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UPMC Heart and Vascular Institute

When it comes to your heart, you want the very best.

Our patients entrust their heart’s care to UPMC because we're an established leader in high-quality cardiovascular care.

Our talented heart and vascular team works together to provide advanced treatments for all types of cardiovascular conditions.

Learn About Your Condition or Treatment

Health care professionals — learn about UPMC's Cardiology Telemedicine Services.

Community Education and Screenings

View a list of our heart screenings and events and learn about our Check Your Heart program.

Recent News

Andrew Voigt, MD, implanted the first wireless pacemaker in Pennsylvania.

Learn more about the procedure in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.

PH specialist Patty George, MD, and Team PHenomenal Hope raced for a cure for pulmonary hypertension and completed RAAM -- a 3,000 mile bicycle race from San Diego to Annapolis, Md.

Joon Sup Lee, MD, was quoted by NBC News in an article about after hours heart attacks and mortality.

Read the article.

UPMC is ranked among America’s best hospitals, by U.S. News & World Report, for heart care and heart surgery.

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