Whether you have a pre-existing heart condition, a new problem, or a cardiac emergency, you don't need to drive far to receive the best possible care from top cardiac care specialists who have access to the latest treatments and technologies.
At Astria Health, our multidisciplinary team of cardiologists, vascular surgeons, cardiac care technologists and nursing staff collaborate to evaluate you and provide the most appropriate treatment for your condition. Having this level of expertise available locally make it easier for you to care for your heart and for yourself. Astria Cadiac care services and heart experts are available convenient outpatient Astria Health Center multispeciality locations throughout the Valley, at the Astria Health Medical Plaza in Yakima, and at Astria Sunnyside Hospital, ensuring you have the cardiac care you need, close to home.
All of our cardiologists are board-certified and educated at the top universities in the nation. They are experts in managing the stages of cardiac care, including diagnosing, offering surgical and nonsurgical treatment, implanting and managing cardiac technology devices, and providing ongoing care.
We value patient interaction and offer individualized care. When you come in for an appointment, you'll see your cardiologist in person and have a chance to ask questions and talk about your needs and concerns. This personal, individualized approach to care is important to each of our cardiologists.
Astria Health's vascular medicine team has the expertise to provide a full spectrum of care, including:
- Advanced diagnostic technology: Heart and vascular specialists utilize advanced imaging technology such as computed tomography angiography (CTA) and magnetic resonance angiography (MRA), or a minimally invasive peripheral angiogram to evaluate and diagnose vascular disease.
- Risk-factor management: Diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity and unhealthful habits such as a sedentary lifestyle, smoking and improper diet can contribute to vascular disease. Astria Heart Institute offers educational and preventive-screening services to help promote healthful practices that contribute to heart and vascular health. A multidisciplinary team can provide a treatment program to manage risk factors to minimize the risk of developing or aggravating vascular disease.
- Peripheral interventions: Minimally invasive catheter-assisted techniques such as angiogram, angioplasty, atherectomy and stent placement can be used to remove plaque and reopen blocked arteries. Vascular specialists use minimally invasive procedures whenever possible.