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Welcome to OSF HealthCare Cardiovascular Institute

At OSF HealthCare, we offer a comprehensive array of heart and vascular services, providing the best in clinical practices and technology, and do so with our patients’ best interests at heart.

Our compassionate, caring doctors and professional staff provide information, education and treatment for your condition.

We have the experience and facilities to perform the latest diagnostic procedures, tests, treatments and surgical procedures. Because we're concerned about our patients' total well-being, we provide specialty clinics and information to help patients manage their conditions or prevent them from developing.

Our goal is always to bring you into full recovery and to help you lead a productive and healthy life.

Patient Stories - Meet Julie

At the age of 44 and in the best shape of her life, the last thing Julie expected to experience was a heart attack.
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