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When it comes to your heart’s health, you want the very best care – from expertly trained surgeons whose treatments keep your needs and goals in mind. Our Northside Hospital Heart Institute team of heart and vascular specialists provide comprehensive care for any level of cardiovascular disease, offering hope for those who may need advanced heart surgery.
With extensive cardiac surgery capabilities, we offer procedures such as coronary artery bypass grafting, minimally invasive surgery and advanced procedures such as robotic-assisted cardiac surgery. Heart surgery patients at Northside receive complete care and support from your initial diagnosis through treatment and recovery with a focus on improving your overall heart wellness.
No matter what cardiac condition or concern you face, the expert cardiac surgical team at Northside Hospital offers life-saving procedures for those with the following conditions:
With best-in-class facilities, the Northside Hospital Heart Institute offers the advanced technology necessary for the most complex heart care. Northside Hospital’s Strickland Heart Center in Gwinnett County has dedicated cardiovascular operating rooms, including a vascular hybrid room and advanced monitors that display images in 3D.
Our board-certified and fellowship-trained cardiac surgeons offer the safest and most advanced procedures available, including:
You can take heart in knowing that Northside Hospital is a leader in the Southeast for minimally-invasive robotic procedures. An expertly trained cardiac surgeon performs the heart procedure in robot-assisted heart surgery. The main advantage of robot-assisted surgery is the incision can be much smaller, and the surgeon only needs three tiny holes rather than large incisions. Robot-assisted surgery has been studied extensively and is found to be an excellent alternative to open-heart surgery, resulting in reduced pain, fewer complications and faster healing for most people.