Providence Heart & Vascular Team

The Providence Heart & Vascular Team is committed to bringing you many years of expertise and experience to help you understand how to prevent, treat and recover from cardiovascular diseases and conditions. From tips to eating better to exercise and everything in between, our clinical experts know how to help you help your heart.

  • Donate blood to save a life

    Donate blood to save a life

    It’s National Blood Donor Month, and we’re giving you the basic facts about who can donate blood and what it’s like.

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  • Life’s essential 8 for your heart health

    Life’s essential 8 for your heart health

    Learn about the most important healthy behaviors and measures to keep your heart beating at its best.

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  • Patient with heart failure makes miraculous recovery

    Patient with heart failure makes miraculous recovery

    When Hillary Steffen experienced sudden heart failure, she was prepared to say goodbye to her family. But instead, Providence heart specialists saved her life.

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  • Staying on the track of good health

    Staying on the track of good health

    The skilled care team at Providence St. Mary Medical Center share the importance of annual screenings and routine vaccinations.

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  • Whole-person patient cares improves outcomes.

    Whole-person patient cares improves outcomes.

    The Integrative Cardiology care team at Providence Mission Hospital helps patients seek treatment with innovative technology and a whole-person care approach.

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  • Women: Talk to your doctor about your risk for heart disease

    Women: Talk to your doctor about your risk for heart disease

    Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death for women in the United States. Let your primary care provider become your partner in managing risk factors.

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  • The stroke-hormone link: What women should know

    The stroke-hormone link: What women should know

    Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death for women. Hormones and hormone replacement therapy can play a role. Here’s what you should know.

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  • 5 Not-so-obvious signs that you may have a heart problem

    5 Not-so-obvious signs that you may have a heart problem

    Signs and symptoms of heart issues can show up in many ways. A Providence cardiologist explains what to look out for and when to see your doctor.

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  • Reduce your sodium intake one step at a time for better health

    Reduce your sodium intake one step at a time for better health

    Too much sodium can lead to high blood pressure and other chronic diseases. Learn how small dietary changes improve your health.

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  • Advances in Cardiac Treatment

    Advances in Cardiac Treatment

    Providence St. Joseph cardiologists are having success finding and treating a heretofore sneaky heart condition.

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  • Top 2021 research shows how small steps can help you protect your heart

    Top 2021 research shows how small steps can help you protect your heart

    New research reveals how starting small can improve cardiovascular wellbeing. A Providence cardiologist weighs in on the findings.

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  • Matters of the heart

    Matters of the heart

    Providence St. Mary Medical Center’s new electrophysiology (EP) lab brings a specialized level of care to the community.

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  • Tender hearts

    Tender hearts

    Surgery to treat heart conditions takes place in a supportive environment. A patient and doctor connect to enhance care and recovery at Mission Hospital.

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  • Spread the word: Heart disease affects women differently

    Spread the word: Heart disease affects women differently

    Heart disease is the #1 cause of death for women in the U.S., but many don’t realize it. Learn what you should know about your heart health.

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  • Heart Valve Disease: How healthy is your heart?

    Heart Valve Disease: How healthy is your heart?

    Heart valve disease affects over 11 million Americans, yet a majority don’t know what it is. Learn more about causes, warning signs and treatment options.

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  • Put your heart first this Valentine’s Day

    Put your heart first this Valentine’s Day

    Be your own Valentine with some simple strategies to make self-care a regular part of your routine. Learn more about its impact on women’s health.

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  • A skilled cardiologist and his optimistic patient are beating the odds

    A skilled cardiologist and his optimistic patient are beating the odds

    Cardiologist Dr. Venkat Devineni works to develop a treatment plan for a former Marine who has survived four major heart attacks and eight surgeries.

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  • Ways to monitor your heart health throughout the year

    Ways to monitor your heart health throughout the year

    Heart health is critical to overall health. Learn about heart rate, heart monitoring and what you need to know to care for your heart.

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  • The Impella pump: A small device with a big impact for heart patients

    The Impella pump: A small device with a big impact for heart patients

    Lifesaving technology like the Impella pump is available to cardiovascular patients at Providence Mission Hospital.

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  • AFib awareness: Learn about risks, treatments and the latest research

    AFib awareness: Learn about risks, treatments and the latest research

    September marks AFib Awareness Month. Learn the basics of atrial fibrillation, what symptoms to look out for and the latest treatment options.

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