Heart Services & Specialties

Valvular Heart Disease

National leaders in minimally invasive heart valve repair and replacement procedures

Why Choose Us

Pioneers in Minimally Invasive Heart Valve Repair

TAVR Doctors

NewYork-Presbyterian’s world-class team of heart specialists leads the nation in minimally invasive heart valve repair and replacement procedures, achieving extraordinary outcomes in one of the nation’s largest programs. Our Columbia and Weill Cornell Medicine doctors led major studies assessing new approaches to treat damaged aortic valves, mitral valves, and pulmonary valves.

Our doctors performed one of the first transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), a minimally invasive treatment for aortic valve disease. Today, we are proud to feature the most experienced program in the country. We are seeing patients and performing TAVRS at our hospitals in the Upper East Side, Washington Heights, Queens, and Brooklyn. Contact us for more information.

WC Cardiac Team

Our Team

Nationally and Internationally Recognized Cardiologists and Cardiac Surgeons

Our cardiologists, heart surgeons, interventional cardiologists, and cardiac imaging experts work together to customize the best care for each patient. Our physicians and surgeons are innovators in the field, collaborating to develop and refine minimally invasive techniques that speed recovery for patients while achieving higher survival rates with fewer complications.

Columbia and Weill Cornell Medicine doctors provide an overview of heart valve care at NewYork-Presbyterian.

Our Approach to Care

Personalized Heart Valve Treatment with a Record of Success

NewYork-Presbyterian TAVR team

Damaged heart valves can become leaky (called “regurgitation”) and force the heart to work harder, which can cause heart failure. That's why it's crucial to treat heart valve disease early. Open-heart surgery was once the only option. Through one of the country’s most experienced heart valve programs, NewYork-Presbyterian now offers less invasive heart valve treatments — many developed by our own physician-scientists—with a low rate of complications and excellent outcomes.


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NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Structural Heart and Valve Center

NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center

Acquavella Heart Valve Center

NewYork-Presbyterian Queens

Heart Valve Center

NewYork-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan Hospital

Heart Valve Center

NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital

Heart Valve Center