Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital

​Where it's a matter of the heart

At Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital, a satellite of Abrazo Arrowhead Campus, we spend a considerable amount of time on the study, understanding and excellence of healthcare conditions where it is a matter of the heart. That focus has led to better outcomes and a better experience for our patients.

Our six dedicated institutes specialize in the comprehensive treatment of heart diseases:
Institute for Advanced Aortic Disease 
Institute for Cardiac Arrhythmias
Institute for Congestive Heart Failure
Institute for Coronary Artery Disease
Institute for Peripheral Vascular Disease
Institute for Valvular Diseases

Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital, a satellite of Abrazo ​Arrowhead Campus, was selected as one of the Truven Health's 50 top Cardiovascular Hospitals. Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital was also the first hospital in the U.S. dedicated to heart disease, and it quickly became one of the world’s leading cardiac care centers. As one of the first freestanding outpatient clinics dedicated exclusively to cardiovascular health, Abrazo Arizona Heart Institute has become a world-renown destination and regularly collaborates with top clinicians worldwide to advance cardiovascular health. We know there are a lot of great cardiovascular doctors and facilities in the Phoenix area. But when it comes to your heart, you can’t go wrong with one of the best.

See our hospital in action

Instead of simply reading about Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital, see it for yourself. The following videos show our hospital in action, and give you an idea of the innovative treatments we can use to improve your heart health. 

Early Detection

Our Services

Heart Care

When your heart isn’t healthy, it can affect every aspect of your life. So when you need treatment for your heart, you want the best possible care. At Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital, that’s what we do, which is why we consistently have some of the highest levels of patient satisfaction.

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Stroke & Vascular Care

Strokes, clots and clogged arteries can have devastating effects if you don’t get the right treatment. As a leading cardiovascular treatment center, we offer some of the latest in minimally invasive endovascular procedures.

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Trivascular Oviation Stent 

Emergency Care

If you’re having a heart attack you need expert care, fast. Our emergency room physicians and nurses are all specially trained in cardiovascular medicine care, so we can treat your heart emergency both quickly and effectively. Our ER is integrated with our cardiac catheterization lab. Many treatments, all in one place.

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Bruce Cooper, Abrazo Arizona Heart Hospital patient

They used their expertise in watching and guiding me back to health.

Catheterization Labs 

Our advanced cardiac catheterization labs are fully integrated into our emergency rooms so we diagnose and treat cardiovascular problems on the spot.

Absorbable Heart Stent

The new stent is similar to dissolving sutures and is expected to absorb entirely in about three years, letting the restored artery pulse and flex naturally - something it just couldn't do with the metal stents.

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Critical Limb Ischemia 

Do you have severe pain in your legs and feet when you're not moving? Do you have sores that won't heal? These are two classic symptoms of Critical Limb Ischemia. Our team of experienced specialists will diagnose and treat your condition with one goal in mind: Improving the quality of your life.

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Problems with your heart’s electrical system can lead to life-threatening arrhythmias, atrial fibrillation, and palpitations. We offer electrophysiology suites staffed by cardiologists who specialize in electrophysiology. This combination of technology and experience can help you get your life back into the right rhythm.

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Wound Care

If you have chronic wounds that won’t heal on their own, we can help. Our on-site wound care center offers cutting-edge hyperbaric treatment for patients with slow-healing wounds. More than 80 percent of patients are healed within 16 weeks.

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