​UPMC Division of Cardiology

The Division of Cardiology at UPMC has 20 locations and more than 90 physicians and scientists throughout western Pennsylvania. As an international leader in the field of cardiovascular medicine, the UPMC Division of Cardiology combines outstanding community-based care with the most advanced technology and treatments available for every type of heart and vascular disease.  The Institute ensures that all patients have access to these state-of-the-art methods for comprehensive services by expert cardiologists throughout western Pennsylvania.

By pursuing excellence in clinical care, research, and education, the UPMC Division of Cardiology serves as a resource for patients, families, students, and physicians, discovering and delivering innovations in cardiovascular medicine every day.

In addition to practicing general cardiology, our cardiologists specialize in a number of areas.  We also collaborate with community-based primary care physicians to provide our patients with world-class care close to home. 

Specialized services offered by the UPMC Division of Cardiology include:   

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