Yale’s physicians treat the full spectrum of cardiovascular conditions, and our teams offer care in programs in several specialized areas, including inherited cardiomyopathy, cardiovascular genetics, echocardiography, electrophysiology, heart failure, interventional cardiology (structural and vascular heart disease, peripheral vascular disease, coronary heart disease), and transplantation. Our Interventional Cardiology and Structural Heart Disease Programs are the largest in Connecticut.
In addition to providing comprehensive clinical care, our cardiologists are involved in five specialized research centers, including Yale Cardiology Research Group, Yale Translational Investigations Center, Cardiovascular Clinical Trials Program, the Center for Outcomes Research and evaluation (CORE), and the Yale Cardiovascular Research Center, with faculty from eight countries and four continents.
Specialized care is offered in the following areas:
Adult congenital heart disease
Cardiomyopathy and congestive heart failure
Coronary heart disease
General cardiology (including stress tests and holter monitoring)
Peripheral vascular heart disease
Vascular heart disease
One of the largest peripheral vascular programs in the country, with leadership and participation in multiple new percutaneous device trials
Nationally recognized critical limb ischemia percutaneous revascularization program
Largest structural heart disease program in the state, featuring a percutaneous valve program, including aortic, mitral, and pulmonic valve procedures and interventions for adult congenital heart disease
Advanced heart failure program that includes destination and bridging ventricular assist devices, as well as cardiac transplantation
Leading electrophysiology program, including state-of-the-art ablation and other procedures
Internationally recognized imaging program with nuclear, echocardiography, MRI, and CT
Largest, most comprehensive lead management program in Connecticut using novel laser lead extraction technology