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Rutland Heart Center

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The Rutland Heart Center provides comprehensive care for cardiology and vascular disease patients, from advanced testing to proven treatment options, in one convenient location. Our board-certified cardiologists, interventional cardiologists and other experienced and caring providers are dedicated to providing only the best and most effective cardiovascular services, including:

Complete Cardiology Care

We offer a full range of cardiology care provided by expert cardiologists. For complex cases, our partnerships with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and The University of Vermont Medical Center allow patients needing bypass surgery, or other specialized cardiac procedures, to be quickly and seamlessly transferred. All of our cardiology patients who receive care at one of our partner hospitals is personally guided through the process by their Rutland Heart Center cardiologist.

Emergency Care 24/7

Because all of Rutland Regional cardiologists are employed by the hospital, one is always present and available to respond to emergencies, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Vascular Disease and Varicose Vein Treatment

Vascular disease patients can feel confident in the expert diagnostic and vascular treatment services our specially trained radiologists and general surgeons provide.

We offer treatment for a range of conditions including peripheral vascular disease and femoral artery disease, as well as vein therapy for varicose veins.

Contact Us

You can reach the Rutland Heart Center at 1.855.RHC.BEAT (1.855.742.2328) or at 802.747.3600.

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Rutland Heart Center
12 Commons Street
Rutland, VT 05701

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