Related Reading

Back to Document


Helping the Heart Through Cardiac Rehab
5 Exercises to Prevent an Aching Neck
8 Mistakes Heart Patients Make
A Woman's Guide to Beating Heart Disease
AEDs: High-Tech Help for Heart Attacks
Alcohol and Your Heart
Aspirin and Your Heart: Should You or Shouldn’t You?
Business Travel Stress-Busters
Exercise Your Way to a Healthy Heart
Heart Attacks and Women
Learning to Live with Heart Disease
Live Well with Congestive Heart Failure
Making Changes to Avoid Heart Disease
Optimize Your Health and Happiness
Performance Anxiety Can Choke Up Athletes
Preventing a Second Heart Attack
Stress Can Increase Your Risk for Heart Disease
Strokes and Heart Attacks: What's the Difference?
Take Action to Beat Heart Disease
Thriving After a Heart Attack
Twelve Weeks to a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle
Is Your Sweet Tooth Harming Your Heart?

Rest assured your heart is in the right place at Broward Health. Patients have access to a wide range of services at all of our hospitals for prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Our team of cardiac physicians and cardio-thoracic surgeons are among the most talented and experienced in Broward. Broward Health Medical Center has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report as the only high performing hospital for heart care and heart surgery in Broward County.

The Heart Center of Excellence at Broward Health Medical Center, one of the nations’ top centers for cardiovascular treatment, gives patients access to a medical team of experts and the most advanced technology needed to combat heart disease and its related conditions.

Broward Health Imperial Point’s Heart Failure Management Program was the first hospital in South Florida to receive the Gold Seal of Approval™ for healthcare quality from the Joint Commission.

Find a variety of cardiac services at Broward Health Coral Springs, including rapid treatment and thrombolytic therapy at the new Emergency Department, as well as ongoing Cholesterol and Blood Pressure Screenings and Fitness Classes at the Community Education Center.

Many of our facilities use Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), a technique that takes multiple "cross-section" images of the body, which are then assembled into a three-dimensional image by a computer, to evaluate cardiac conditions such as cardiac malformations and blood flow and vessel disorders.

Broward Health North offers Positron Emission Tomography (PET), a powerful, proven diagnostic imaging modality that can effectively pinpoint the source of many of the most common heart diseases, eliminating the need for redundant tests and diagnostic surgical procedures.

To contact a Broward Health heart specialist or request an appointment, call the Broward Health Line at 954.759.7400.