For almost four decades, we have put our hearts into caring for yours.
Our dedicated cardiovascular team provides patients in Santa Clara County with a full range of advanced heart and vascular services. From the emergency treatment of heart attacks to minimally invasive surgical procedures and cardiac rehabilitation, we are here for you.
Good Samaritan Hospital is proud to be designated as an ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) Receiving Center, which qualifies us to rapidly treat the most severe type of heart attack. Additionally, we are recognized by U.S. News & World Report as a high-performing hospital in the treatment of heart failure.
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San Jose cardiology services
Using a multidisciplinary approach, our specialists work together to help detect, manage, and control a wide range of cardiovascular diseases, including heart arrhythmias, heart failure, heart valve disease and peripheral vascular disease.
Our state-of-the-art facility includes a 24-hour cardiac catheterization lab, an electrophysiology (EP) lab and a cardiovascular intensive care unit to support recovering patients. We also have a dedicated Heart Rhythm Center specially equipped to serve patients with heart rhythm disorders such as atrial fibrillation (AFib).
Cardiac emergency care
We are dedicated to significantly reducing the mortality rate of patients who visit our emergency room with chest pain. As a STEMI receiving center, our ER is staffed 24/7 with specialists trained to treat a STEMI heart attack quickly. It also means our cardiologists are prepared to perform advanced cardiac procedures to open up blockages.
Cardiac rehabilitation can play an important role in your recovery after a heart event or surgery. We provide two phases of rehab. The first phase starts while you are in the hospital and includes mobility training and nutrition education. The second phase is a comprehensive program at our Mission Oaks campus.
Heart screening and imaging
Good Samaritan Hospital provides patients with comprehensive heart imaging tests to properly diagnose and prevent heart disease, including echocardiograms, electrocardiograms (EKG), EP studies and stress tests.
Additionally, our specialists perform a wide array of interventional imaging procedures using the latest diagnostic technologies in our cardiac catheterization lab and cardiac electrophysiology lab. Some advanced treatments include cardiac catheter ablation, coronary angioplasty, device implantation and stent placement.
If surgery is determined as the best form of treatment, our heart surgeons are highly experienced in both traditional and minimally invasive surgical procedures and techniques, including various types of coronary bypass surgery.
Our board-certified vascular surgeons use advanced varicose vein treatment and vascular stenting to treat a wide range of circulatory system disorders.