Treating Cardiovascular Disease
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In addition, the American Heart Association estimates that more than 90 million Americans are living with some form of heart disease or the after-effects of stroke.
The TVH Cardiovascular Center at Temecula Valley Hospital provides comprehensive heart and vascular care, including the diagnosis, intervention and advanced treatment of a wide range of conditions, including:
In addition, the Chest Pain Observation Unit at Temecula Valley Hospital is nationally recognized by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care for meeting or exceeding national care standards for acute cardiac medicine. The hospital is also a designated STEMI (heart attack) Receiving Center for Riverside County and San Diego County.
Heart and Lung Surgery
Temecula Valley Hospital, in collaboration with the University of California San Diego Health, provides cardiothoracic surgery to residents of the greater Temecula Valley region. Through the experience of cardiothoracic surgeons from UC San Diego, the hospital can provide advanced cardiac and interventional procedures closer to home.
These surgeons perform a wide range of procedures, including bypass surgery, heart valve surgery, aneurysm repair and more. Learn more about cardiothoracic surgery >
Hear the latest health information from cardiology professionals at the hospital: