We have locations throughout the New York City area. To make an appointment, please call one of our cardiac surgeons.
NYU Langone’s cardiac surgeons are renowned for their ability to perform complex cardiac procedures and for pioneering new and better ways to treat conditions that affect the heart, including aortic valve disease and mitral valve disease.
Our cardiac surgeons offer you the most advanced options, including the latest open, minimally invasive, robotic, and transcatheter techniques. Our breadth and depth of expertise ensures that you receive the treatment that is best suited to your individual diagnosis, and that allows you to go home as early as the next day—and return to your daily activities as safely and quickly as possible.
We are also dedicated to making sure that every patient has a pleasant and convenient experience.
NYU Langone cardiac surgeons performed the first-ever minimally invasive mitral valve repair in the United States, the world’s first robotic mitral valve repair, and world’s first completely trans-septal percutaneous mitral valve replacement. Our surgeons have worked to refine minimally invasive and robotic techniques for aortic and mitral valve replacement, including transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) and transcatheter mitral valve repair (TMVR), and have performed more transcatheter valve procedures than any other surgeons in the United States.
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Our cardiac surgeons were also at the forefront of many innovations in coronary bypass graft surgery, minimally invasive cardiac surgery, and congenital heart disease treatment.
Cardiac surgery procedures we perform include the following:
Each patient is cared for by a team of experts with advanced training in treating people with cardiac diseases. We strive to keep you and your family fully informed and actively involved throughout your treatment and recovery.