To find a cardiologist at St. John’s, call 855-53-HEART.
The team of experts at St. John's Heart and Vascular Institute brings excellence in care focused on the personal needs of patients and their family members. Whether it's having a cardiac team ready for you in a time of emergency or helping you regain strength with a dedicated cardiac rehab program, St. John's is there for you whenever and wherever you need us.
St. John's Regional Medical Center in Oxnard and St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital in Camarillo are full service cardiac facilities offering the latest in cardiovascular technologies. For more than 50 years, St. John's has proudly served the community as a leader in all aspects of heart and vascular care, from diagnosis to surgery to disease management, to help patients stay heart healthy. Learn more about our quality care and awards.
Prevention and maintenance of heart and vascular disease begins with understanding the heart, learning more about heart disease, and finding the best doctors. The cardiac team at St. John's includes renowned cardiovascular surgeons, cardiologists, and primary care physicians assisted by nurses and other clinical experts, all of whom have an excellent understanding of the heart and work quickly to repair it with precision and excellence in a compassionate setting. In addition, St. John's provides educational classes and screenings to give more insight into your heart and treating heart disease.
To help you understand what you or a loved one might be facing and how St. John's can help, we've brought together information about a variety of heart and vascular diseases and conditions, as well as details about some of the common treatments and procedures offered at St. John's Heart and Vascular Institute. You can also meet our medical directors.
To find a cardiologist or cardiovascular surgeon at St. John's Heart and Vascular Institute, call 855-53-HEART.
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