Cardiovascular specialists in Salt Lake City, Utah

St. Mark’s Hospital is small enough to give our patients the individual attention they deserve, but big enough to offer the valuable services of a wide range of medical specialists. Our cardiovascular surgery services are no exception. We provide each patient with an individualized care plan that covers all aspects of your care, from diagnosis through recovery.

For more information about St. Mark's Hospital’s cardiovascular surgery services, call us at (801) 268-7111.

Our heart and vascular surgery services

We treat heart and vascular conditions and diseases of all degrees, from poor circulation in your feet to blood clots in your arteries.

When surgery is needed, we provide it in our hybrid operating room, which offers advanced imaging systems to enable minimally invasive surgical techniques. It is staffed by a support team that receives ongoing training, ensuring they are able to bring our patients all the benefits of these technological advancements.

Specialty procedures we offer include:

  • Abdominal aortic aneurysm repair
  • Carotid endarterectomy
  • Femoropopliteal bypass surgery
  • Other open- and robot-assisted thoracic surgeries, such as:
    • Diaphragmatic pacing implantation
    • Diaphragmatic plication for diaphragmatic paralysis
    • Lung transplantation

Varicose vein treatments

Varicose veins—similar to spider veins—are swollen, often discolored veins in the legs or other areas of the body. They are caused by dysfunctional valves in the veins, which, over time, allow blood to build up in the veins. These are very common in women, but also appear in men. Although they are typically harmless, they can be a nuisance or sources of discomfort. In these cases, we offer two expert treatments for varicose and spider veins.

Heart and vascular surgery at MountainStar Healthcare

Cardiovascular surgeons work to repair damage done to the heart and blood vessels. Damage can be caused by heart diseases or disorders, including heart failure and congenital heart defects. Surgery is a vital part of treatment for many heart conditions.

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