What You Need to Know About New Advances in Cardiac Surgery
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women, but innovations in cardiac care are helping those with the disease live longer and better lives. One of the most highly rated and fastest growing cardiac surgery institutions in the region, the Center for Advanced Cardiac Surgery at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center is a leader in advanced treatment options ranging from the most complex cardiac surgeries to minimally invasive surgeries — including cutting-edge procedures like robotic-assisted procedures and transcatheter approaches — to treat coronary artery disease, aortic valve disease, heart valve defects, and aortic aneurysms.
The skilled team of cardiac surgeons, who come from major academic institutions, operate in some of Boston’s newest operating rooms supported by the latest technologies. Patients receive top-notch, patient-focused, post-surgical care in the new Intensive Care Unit and new Cardiac Care Unit with all private rooms.
The Center for Advanced Cardiac Surgery at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center offers patients high-quality care and excellent outcomes, along with an outstanding patient care experience. From some of the most complex procedures available to the least invasive treatments, St. Elizabeth’s remains at the forefront of cardiac medicine.
The can see new patients within one week and invite you to learn more about the center, the team, and conditions they treat.
3 More Awards for St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center
- Healthgrades (2018-2019): America’s 50 Best Hospitals for Cardiac Surgery for two years in a row.
- U.S. News & World Report (2018-2019): High Performing Hospital for bypass surgery.
- Three-Star Rating: the highest from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons for outcomes in bypass surgery and aortic valve surgery.
The Center for Advanced Cardiac Surgery at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, located at 736 Cambridge Street in Brighton, MA, offers high-quality outcomes to its patients. For more information visit semc.org/cacs or call 617-789-2045.This is a paid partnership between St. Elizabeth's Medical Center and Boston Magazine's City/Studio