leading the way in cardiac care

At the Bon Secours Heart & Vascular Institute, our cardiologists and heart surgeons bring together innovative technology and compassionate care to implement a multidisciplinary approach to preventing, treating and even reversing heart and vascular disease. You have access to an extensive array of tests and diagnostics as well as a full spectrum of services and treatments from our certified, award-winning program.

 

Even though you may be out of town, you can still be active for your heart health!

Enjoy 30 minutes of physical activity with your friends and family each day this holiday weekend.
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Bon Secours is now offering a proven, interactive, text-based smoking cessation program for FREE

It’s never too late to quit smoking! Your health will improve and your risk for heart disease, cancer, lung disease, and other smoking related illnesses will decrease whenever you stop smoking. Quitting is a journey. Every individual’s quit experience is …

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St. Mary’s Earns High Praise for Cardiac Services

Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital continues to receive national recognition for providing top-level health care. This time it’s for cardiac care.

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Bon Secours Richmond Health System Earns Accolades

All five Bon Secours Richmond hospitals received recognition from prestigious organizations for heart and stroke care.

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St. Mary’s Hospital Takes Five

U.S. News & World Report recently rated Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital among the nation’s best. The Richmond-area hospital received five “high performing” marks in procedures and conditions.

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Bon Secours Cancer Institute Implements New Cardio-Oncology Prevention Program

Physicians at the Bon Secours Cancer Institute are now working together with Bon Secours cardiologists to improve heart health for cancer patients through prevention, collaborative evaluation and monitoring of long-term cardiovascular effects.

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Matters of the Heart

There are a number of actions one can take to prevent or control heart disease, but sometimes symptoms go unnoticed. In the absence of annual checkups, often the first sign of advanced heart disease is a heart attack.

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