Pioneering Cardiac Surgical Care

Johns Hopkins cardiac surgeons provide a full range of traditional and minimally invasive cardiac surgical services throughout the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., metropolitan areas.

  • Surgical Treatments

    Our experts are higly specialized in diagnosing and surgically treating conditions of the heart.

  • Our Experts

    Our experts are on the leading edge of treating cardiovascular conditions no matter how rare or complex.

  • Locations for Care

    Visit one of our three convenient locations in Baltimore, Lutherville and Bethesda.

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Physician Referrals

If you have a patient you who needs to meet with a cardiac surgeon please contact the Johns Hopkins Division of Cardiac Surgery.

Amyloidosis Leads to Heart and Kidney Transplant: Harold Baines's Story

Harold Baines, MLB Hall of Famer, has a genetic condition called amyloidosis which is a rare disease characterized by a buildup of abnormal amyloid deposits in the body. As a result, he needed both a heart and kidney transplant.

Aortic Dissection | Rodney's Story

Rodney M. was airlifted to Johns Hopkins after experiencing sudden chest discomfort, leg numbness and excruciating pain. The culprit of his symptoms was a life-threatening tear in his aorta, the vessel that supplies blood from the heart to the rest of the body. Rodney promptly underwent a highly complex emergency surgery during which Dr. Jennifer Lawton repaired his aorta and set him on the road to recovery.

Management of Advanced Heart Valve Disease

Michael Robich, surgical director of structural heart disease at Johns Hopkins, and Rani Hasan, regional medical director of the structural heart disease program at Suburban Hospital, discuss how a multidisciplinary team works to get every patient the individualized care needed.

Charitable Giving

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  • Cardiac Surgery

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