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Heart and Vascular

For generations, people with serious heart problems have turned to Johns Hopkins physicians for help. World-renowned cardiologists and cardiac and vascular surgeons provide comprehensive care of the highest quality, ensuring that patients receive the most advanced treatments known to medicine.

Our new cardiovascular and critical care tower seamlessly integrates state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic services under the Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute. The new facilities allow our physicians and staff to continue providing cutting-edge care, while giving patients and their families a more welcoming experience. Specialists in every branch of cardiac care work collaboratively in a hospital setting designed to foster innovative treatments and accelerate the science of medicine.

Learn more about the new facility

Specialists in every branch of cardiac care will work collaboratively in a hospital setting designed to foster innovative treatments and accelerate the science of medicine.

Our specialty centers include:

Our specialty areas include:

  • Cardiology and Vascular Medicine
  • Aortic Diseases
  • Arrhythmia Service
  • Cardiac Imaging: Non-Invasive
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation and Exercise
  • Cardiac Surgery
  • Cardiomyopathy and Heart Failure
  • Cardiovascular Diagnostic and Interventional Laboratory
  • Congenital Heart Surgery: Pediatric and Adult
  • Coronary Artery Surgery
  • Electrophysiology and Arrhythmia Service
  • Interventional Cardiology
  • Minimally-Invasive Cardiac Surgery
  • Pediatric Cardiology
  • Pediatric Cardiac Surgery
  • Peripheral Vascular Intervention
  • Transplantation
  • Valve Surgery
  • Valvular Heart Disease
  • Vascular Lab
  • Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy
  • Ventricular Assist Devices

To learn more or to make an appointment, call +1-410-502-7683.

Discover Our Research

Heart CT Scans Outperform Stress Tests in Spotting Clogged Arteries
Results of a head-to-head comparison study led by Johns Hopkins researchers show that noninvasive CT scans of the heart’s vessels are far better at spotting clogged arteries that can trigger a heart attack than the commonly prescribed exercise stress that most patients with chest pain undergo.  Learn more about this study.


Sticky Gel Helps Stem Cells Heal Rat Hearts
A sticky, protein-rich gel created by Johns Hopkins researchers appears to help stem cells stay on or in rat hearts and restore their metabolism after transplantation, improving cardiac function after simulated heart attacks, according to results of a new study. Discover more.

Male and Female Hearts Don't Grow Old the Same Way
A federally funded analysis of MRI scans of the aging hearts of nearly 3,000 adults shows significant differences in the way male and female hearts change over time. Results of the research, led by investigators at Johns Hopkins, do not explain exactly what causes the sex-based differences but they may shed light on different forms of heart failure seen in men and women that may require the development of gender-specific treatments, the scientists say. Read more.