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The cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, interventional radiologists, and vascular surgeons at the Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute work together to provide high quality, comprehensive care and the most advanced treatments known to medicine.
Meet our Experts
We have cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, vascular surgeons and specialists, and interventional radiologists.
Treatments & Procedures
Our multidisciplinary team of experts provide treatments for any heart or vascular condition.
Our patients have a lot to say about being treated at the Heart and Vascular Institute.
Renowned Heart-Lung Transplant Expert Robert Higgins Is Johns Hopkins’ New Surgeon-in-Chief
Re-inflating balloon after stenting appears to double risk of stroke and death
—Findings lead Johns Hopkins surgeons to call for end to routine “ballooning” once stent in place
Dr. Bruce Perler, M.D., M.B.A., to Begin Term as President of Society for Vascular Surgery
—Group is the largest vascular surgery organization in the world
Ventricular Restoration | Jack Brown’s Story
Jack Brown’s heart failure was so advanced, doctors told him he’d need a heart transplant. But Dr. John Conte had a different idea: reshape one chamber of the heart so it could do its job again. Left ventricular restoration was life changing for Jack Brown.
Treatment for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome - Aaron's Story
Aaron Hoover first felt the shoulder pain while pitching in a college baseball game. After numerous tests and scans, Aaron's doctor found a blood clot — a major clue that he had Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Aaron talks about his experience with the Johns Hopkins Thoracic Outlet Syndrome clinic, from surgery to recovery.