Why Choose Us
National Leaders in Cardiovascular Care for Adults and Children
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital provides world-renowned cardiovascular care for adults and children with heart diseases and disorders. For almost 20 years, NewYork-Presbyterian has been the #1 hospital in New York for cardiology and cardiac surgery services, according to U.S. News and World Report. For 2022-2023, U.S. News ranked our program #4 in the nation. Our exceptional team — which includes more top cardiologists and cardiac surgeons than any other hospital in the country — treats more cardiac patients than any other cardiac program in the Northeast. These rankings reinforce the commitment our clinicians put forth to improve the health and wellbeing of our patients.
The Most Top Heart Specialists in the Country
You need a strong team to provide the exceptional care NewYork-Presbyterian is known for. Our team of general cardiologists, interventional cardiologists, electrophysiologists, cardiac surgeons, transplant surgeons, nurses, physician assistants, and auxiliary staff work together to ensure you receive the most appropriate treatments available.
Our Approach to Care
Advanced & Multi-Disciplinary, Comprehensive Heart Care
At NewYork-Presbyterian, we welcome and successfully treat some of the highest risk cases in the world. In fact, many patients who cannot be helped elsewhere come here, where every patient receives advanced, comprehensive care. With four dedicated heart centers — Ronald O. Perelman Heart Institute at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, Vivian and Seymour Milstein Family Heart Center at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, William Acquavella Heart Valve Center at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and the Heart Valve Center NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center - our patients have access to the highest level of care.
Leadership and experience: Our cardiologists and cardiac surgeons are leaders in the field and highly specialized in diagnosing, treating, and managing a wide range of cardiovascular conditions. We are excited to train and mentor future innovators in cardiology and cardiac surgery.
Individualized care: We offer the highest quality of personalized, patient-centered care that has achieved an excellent level of patient satisfaction.
Strong network: NewYork-Presbyterian, together with the physicians of Weill Cornell Medicine and Columbia University Irving Medical Center, attracts physicians, nurses, researchers, and clinical staff of the highest caliber who all strive to deliver outstanding patient care. As a patient, you have access to specialists across the hospital network for effective, comprehensive care.
State-of-the-art technology: Our cardiology division is at the forefront of catheter ablation of complex arrhythmias. We are one of the leading centers in the country on the use of robotic magnetic navigation technology for the treatment of ventricular arrhythmias. Our cardiac surgery division is at the forefront of less invasive surgery and one of the only centers in New York utilizing robotic technology in cardiac surgery. By using smaller access incisions or robotic technology, we allow the patients who are candidates for these techniques to recover and get back to normal life more quickly.
Cutting-edge research: Our division is continuing a history of innovative and impactful research. Many of our findings have set the standards for cardiovascular care.
Heart Health News & Stories
Heart Health News & Stories
A Patient Finds ‘Peace of Mind’ Thanks to New Technology That Tracks Her Heart From Afar A Patient Finds ‘Peace of Mind’ Thanks to New Technology That Tracks Her Heart From Afar
A new Bluetooth device that transmits heart data directly to her doctors ensures that Mary Darby’s care never skips a beat.
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A cardiologist discusses heart disease risk for African Americans and 6 things to know about heart health.
Learn how we help our patients stay amazing
When Eliana arrived, she could not walk or even stand. As the team at NewYork-Presbyterian waited for her new heart to arrive, they worked to nourish her body as much as possible. About a week after getting on the transplant list, Dr. Uriel got the good news that they had secured a heart.
I feel like a brand new person. Living on the LVAD taught me how to live in the present moment and to be grateful for every second of life and every breath I take. Now, with the heart transplant behind me, I’m traveling and living life from a whole new perspective.