Our heart doctors at NYU Langone are recognized leaders in cardiovascular care, both in New York City and around the world. From the tiniest hearts to the ones that have served us a lifetime, our doctors provide the personalized heart treatment each person needs to live a better, healthier life.
For more than 35 years, our doctors have been at the forefront of research and innovation in care for conditions that affect the heart.
At NYU Langone’s Heart Valve Center, patients receive superior care from specialists in heart valve repair and replacement. We are leaders in robotic mitral valve repair and minimally invasive treatment for complex mitral valve disease through our Mitral Valve Repair Program. Our Transcatheter Heart Valve Program is one of the most experienced transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) programs in the country, and our doctors perform more MitraClip® procedures than any other center in the Northeast.
Cardiology and Heart Surgery Highlights
Our achievements include advances in robotic cardiac surgery, treatment for complex aortic disease, and transcatheter valve repair and replacement techniques.Read About Our Contributions to Cardiovascular Medicine
Our cardiac electrophysiologists pioneered minimally invasive catheter-based therapy for cardiac arrhythmias such as atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter, and were the first to treat a patient using the world’s smallest pacemaker. Our Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory is one of the busiest in the region.
We’ve performed more minimally invasive and robotic heart surgeries for a wide range of complex heart procedures than any other facility in the Northeast, including single or multiple heart valve procedures, bypass surgery, pediatric congenital heart and adult congenital heart repairs, and reoperations.
Our doctors are leaders in the care of people with aortic valve disease and mitral valve disease.
We use minimally invasive techniques to diagnose and treat blocked arteries.
We provide expert care for heart rhythm disorders including atrial fibrillation.
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