South Seminole Hospital Heart and Vascular Care

The cardiology and vascular services at Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital are provided in a newly opened, state-of-the-art center outfitted with the newest catheterization technology, all to serve the Seminole County community close to home.

The cardiovascular team of experts are able to conduct minimally invasive procedures on the new system to treat a wide range of clinical problems including stroke, carotid artery disease, abdominal aortic aneurysms and other peripheral vascular disorders and coronary artery disease, which is the leading cause of heart disorders in the U.S. These catheter-based procedures may reduce the risks and recovery time found in traditional surgical approaches. The benefits of catheter-based interventions include shorter hospital stays, reduced recovery time without the pain of a large incision, and less visible surgical scarring. These procedures can be performed on both the heart and peripheral blood vessels.

Cardiovascular services at Orlando Health South Seminole include both invasive and noninvasive procedures provided by board certified radiologists and cardiologists.

Orlando Health Heart & Vascular Institute
521 W. State Road 434
Suite 308
Longwood, FL 32750

Care is given in a warm, healing environment where patients and their families receive support and encouragement. Our expert team and the newest cardiac technology combine to give the highest level of care to our patients.

Cardiology services also include diagnostic catheterization. This is a diagnostic tool used by the interventional cardiologists to view the coronary arteries of the heart. Our cardiovascular team specializes in a team approach, caring for you before, during and after the exam. Other procedures available in cardiology include: