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At Florida Hospital Orlando, we offer patients battling cardiovascular disease some of the most innovative and advanced care around. Our Florida Hospital Cardiovascular Institute is one of the largest and best-regarded cardiac facilities in the country. It’s also the only facility in Central Florida that performs heart transplants. Every year, we see more than 70,000 cardiac patients, including 25,000 who seek emergency care and 2,000 who require cardiac surgery. Since 1981, we’ve performed more than 82,000 open-heart procedures, more than anyone else in Florida. We treat more patients with cardiovascular and vascular disease, and more female cardiac patients, than any other hospital in the United States.

We’re the highest-ranked facility in the state and recently recognized in the top 100 heart hospitals in the Becker’s Hospital review. But our experience is only the beginning. We have doctors expertly trained in a variety of specialties, from interventional cardiology to arrhythmia and ablation to even the most complicated cardiovascular surgeries. These experts are among the best in the world. Many of them serve on national and state advisory boards and committees. They also participate in research into cutting-edge treatments that may not only save lives, but also improve outcomes and reduce healthcare costs.

At the Florida Hospital Cardiovascular Institute, we take pride in ensuring that our patients have access not only to our state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge procedures, but also the compassionate, patient-centered environment that has earned Florida Hospital its reputation as a health care leader in the Sunshine State for more than a century. We’re one of the largest and most renowned cardiac care facilities in the world, and we diagnose and treat myriad cardiovascular conditions. We have the kind of experience and expertise that few hospitals anywhere can match. 

If you would like to make an appointment with one of our specialists, please give is a call at (855) 303-DOCS today.