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    Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Care at UW Health in Madison, Wisconsin, focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of all heart, vascular and thoracic diseases, with special emphasis on angioplasty, peripheral vascular blockages and limb salvage, cardiac surgery, heart and lung transplantation, and surgery for aneurysms. Consultations, tests and procedures are provided in collaboration with a number of community health systems.


    UW Health Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Care's Heart Valve Clinic: Edwards SAPIEN valve procedure  

    Breakthrough in Valve Treatment


    Offered at our Heart Valve Clinic, the Edwards SAPIEN Transcatheter Heart Valve is for patients with severe aortic stenosis and allows physicians to work non-surgically via the femoral artery rather than open surgery in the chest.


    Learn more

    Meet Dr. Bartlett


    Dr. Heather Bartlett leads the UW Health Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program, treating patients who face different cardiac issues than adults with acquired heart disease. Learn more about Dr. Bartlett

    Help your heart while eating great food. Check out UW Health's Heart-Healthy Recipes

    Eat Heart Healthy


    You can help your heart health and enjoy great-tasting food at the same time.


    Meet Joe


    In the immediate aftermath of heart surgery, Joe Servick followed a comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation routine that involved exercise and nutrition counseling.

    UW Health Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Care minimally invasive surgery: Surgeons in the operating room  

    Minimally Invasive Surgery


    UW Health surgeons use minimally invasive surgical techniques whenever possible, with benefits to patients including less pain, shorter hospital stays and a quicker return to the lifestyle to which they're accustomed.


    Our minimally invasive surgeries


    Go Red For Women




    Hope for Patients with Heart Failure; UW Health Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Care; Madison, Wisconsin