With a team of more than 100 cardiac experts, Virtua provides comprehensive cardiac care, from medical cardiology to interventional procedures to advanced cardiac surgery. And, we're in the community, helping protect the hearts and lives of our neighbors through wellness and prevention programs.
To schedule an appointment with a Virtua heart specialist, call 888-847-8823.
In July 2019, Lourdes Health System and its Lourdes Cardiovascular Institute became a part of Virtua Health, bringing together clinical expertise unmatched in the region. Our team of cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, electrophysiologists, and other heart care specialists, offer advanced therapies delivered in a compassionate, caring environment.
Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital has been recognized by leading organizations with awards for quality and service, including:
• Perfect 5-star ratings from Healthgrades, one of the nation’s leading health ratings organization, for pacemaker and defibrillator procedures, five years in a row
• Highest ranking of “A” in Leapfrog Hospital Safety Score (November 2019)
• Press Ganey has awarded Virtua Cardiology with the prestigious "Guardians of Excellence Award" for five straight years in recognition of outstanding patient satisfaction results
Most heart specialty care begins with an appointment for a medical cardiologist, who will evaluate your heart health and make recommendations for treatment with our specialists in interventional cardiology, heart rhythm care, structural heart care, or cardiac surgery.
With cardiac specialists at physician offices, outpatient centers, and Virtua hospitals across South Jersey, Virtua experts are accessible near to where you work and live.
New patients can meet with a Virtua cardiologist within 24 hours.
Call 888-847-8823 to schedule an appointment.
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