Our Services & Programs
Advanced Services & Programs to Meet Your Needs
Your body's heart and blood vessels form a seamless system, working together to keep your body and mind going strong. So do the many programs, services and people of the University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center.
Follow these links to learn more about our services. Or, call us toll-free at 888-287-1082 (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET) to reach any of these services.
Adult Congenital Heart Program — For adults who experienced any form of heart disease as a child, or were born with structural defects in their hearts, we offer comprehensive, long-term follow-up care in conjunction with the Congenital Heart Center.
Anticoagulation Service — We work with U-M physicians to offer safe, effective blood clot-prevention strategies for their patients with any condition that requires anticoagulant medication (warfarin) to reduce health risks for developing blood clots. Please contact Dr. Jim Froehlich or Dr. Brad Dyke to consult for any questions such as: choice of agent, duration of therapy, or if your patient might be able to avoid warfarin therapy. Follow this link to reach the Anticoagulation Service internal audience only website.
Aortic Program - Multidisciplinary — provides outstanding clinical care, are leaders in clinical trials, as well as are experimental investigators.
Aortic Diseases Program — Medical and surgical care for patients with aortic disease involving the aortic valve, thoracic aorta and abdominal aorta. These diseases include aneurysms, dissection and stenosis.
Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology — Expert treatment of all types of heart rhythm abnormalities including catheter ablation therapy and implantable devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators.
Cardiac Surgery — For conditions of the heart and large blood vessels that need surgical repair, U-M is renowned for bypass operations, valve repair and replacement, transplant and much more.
Cardiovascular Medicine — The home of outpatient and inpatient care for patients with suspected, known or chronic cardiovascular diseases such as coronary artery disease, high cholesterol and diabetes-related heart issues. The gateway to our many diagnostic and treatment services.
Cardiovascular Medicine at Domino Farms — For those who have survived heart attack, battled chest pain or been told they face a high risk of cardiovascular disease, preventive cardiology offer comprehensive medical, exercise, nutrition, and stress-reduction services. We offer a tailored Executive Health Program for individuals, cardiac rehabilitation program and the Metabolic Fitness Program, just to name a few.
Center for Circulatory Support — One of the world's leading centers for patients who need high-tech mechanical devices to boost their failing hearts' ability to pump blood - both temporarily or for the long term.
Heart Failure —We offer multidisciplinary care to all patients with heart failure at any stage through a broad array of treatments that include medical therapy, mechanical circulatory support and/or heart transplantation.
Heart Transplant —The University of Michigan Cardiac Transplant Program is the leading cardiac transplant center in Michigan, performing more than 30 cardiac transplants a year. The Cardiovascular Center has three adult cardiac transplant surgeons and 7 heart failure and transplant cardiologists with advanced training in managing the complexities of this patient population. Because the University of Michigan is a high volume transplant center, we afford the multidisciplinary care required for the complex transplant patient, encompassing specialists in advanced circulatory support, cardiac critical care, nutrition, social work, congenital heart disease, inherited cardiomyopathies, and transplant infectious disease. We offer a Post Transplant Telemanagement Team of nurses and an Inpatient team of NP's and PA's to assure safe,collaborative, team based care.
Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Clinic — We offer one of only seven clinics nationwide specializing in the treatment of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM), a common genetic cardiac disorder characterized by abnormal thickening of the heart muscle.
Interventional Cardiology— The University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center offers high-quality, minimally invasive procedures including cardiac catheterization, coronary angioplasty, intravascular ultrasound and invasive physiologic assessment.
Mitral Valve — Coordinated evaluation, surgical repair or reconstruction, and follow-up for patients with disorders of the mitral valve, including surgery for early-stage heart failure patients.
Nutrition Services — Provides individualized nutrition counseling appointments as well as a series of interactive small group nutrition workshops and is offered at 2 locations:
- Cardiovascular Medicine at Domino Farms
- Cardiovascular Center
Pediatric Services — When it comes to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of heart disease, the Congenital Heart Center is an invaluable resource for children and families. Our team of specialists have extensive expertise in all cardiovascular conditions of infants, children and young adults.
Pulmonary Hypertension — We offer multidisciplinary care for all patients with Pulmonary Hypertension (also known as Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension, PAH, PPH, IPAH, pulmonary vascular disease) of all stages and severities. Our physicians and nurses have expertise in the evaluation and chronic management of patients with many varieties of pulmonary hypertension, and extensive experience with some of the highly specialized and complicated medical therapies for this condition. Our program offers a broad array of treatments including medical therapies, clinical trials, and lung transplantation.
Peripheral Arterial Management Program — This multidisciplinary approach will lead to effective medical treatment strategies for managing patient symptoms and slowing progression of atherosclerosis, as well as allowing the most appropriate revascularization strategy, when indicated.
Radiology - Imaging — Our teams of radiologists use advanced imaging techniques to "see" the blood vessels of the body and brain, as well as the heart, in a way that guides and enhances treatment.
Radiology - Interventional — Our specially trained interventional radiologists perform minimally invasive procedures on blood vessels throughout the body, in cooperation with our cardiologists and vascular surgeons.
Stroke Program — Our multi-disciplinary team offers nationally recognized emergency and follow-up care for ischemic (blockage) and hemorrhagic (bleeding) strokes, as well as mini-strokes.
Vascular Programs — Blood vessel conditions of all kinds receive specialized diagnosis and treatment through team-based medical, surgical and minimally invasive care.
Venous Health Program — We are able to manage and treat a wide variety of vein issues such as deep vein thrombosis, varicose veins, venous insufficiency, spider veins, post-phlebitis syndrome, venous malformations and problems with single leg swelling. We also diagnose, treat, and manage the vein care of patients with more complex venous abnormalities, such as Klippel-Trenaunay and May-Thurner syndromes.
Women's Heart Program — Because heart disease kills more women than any other condition, this program focuses on helping women identify and reduce their risk factors, and receive effective treatment.