The Cardiology and Vascular Medicine practice at Boston Medical Center offers state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment services for a full range of cardiac diseases and conditions, with expertise in interventional cardiology, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathy (heart failure), arrhythmia, non-invasive imaging and preventive cardiology.
We are nationally recognized for our interventional procedures, including balloon angioplasty and stents, but we know that the best medicine is preventive medicine. Thus, we offer a variety of medically supervised exercise and lifestyle-modification programs to help people prone to heart disease lower their risk through physical activity and nutritional counseling. These programs include the Cardiovascular Risk Reduction and Rehabilitation Program, the Exercise Training Consultation Program, the Lipid Program, and the Smoking Cessation Program.
The Vascular Medicine Unit at Boston Medical Center offers treatment for a variety of peripheral vascular diseases, venous diseases, sasospastic diseases and lymphedema.
Boston Medical Center’s Cardiology and Vascular Medicine practice is a part of BMC’s Cardiovascular Center, an integrated, multidisciplinary team from cardiovascular medicine, cardiothoracic surgery, interventional radiology and vascular surgery. The Center is comprised of a nationally recognized team committed to providing clinical excellence, innovation and compassionate patient care.