Access to advanced heart care is never far from home.

No matter where you live in Vermont and northern New York, you have access to all the diagnostic tools, procedures, and expertise of UVM Health Network heart doctors. Just as importantly, by coming a Network specialist, you'll begin receiving the cardiovascular care you need right in your own community whenever possible.

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Cardiology Programs in VT

How the Network Works

Our cardiovascular program is structured to keep care local and provide initial cardiology consultations and treatments all across Vermont and northern New York, in 13 different towns and cities. When your primary care provider refers you to a local Network heart specialist, the most advanced treatments in the Network become an option for your care. That's the power of the Network.

While many cardiovascular diagnoses can be addressed through your local cardiologist, some issues may require additional tests or treatments. Fortunately, the relationships your cardiologist has with other Network specialists affords you convenient access to the closest Network facility that can address your particular needs.

Cardiology Programs in VT

What happens when you need to see a cardiologist?

By choosing an experienced, board-certified Network cardiologist, your care can start close to home. Should you need testing or a procedure that isn't performed locally, your care will be coordinated to create as seamless an experience as possible. View the carousel of maps below to see what services are available through each Network facility or affiliated provider.

The Heart Care You Need, As Close to Home as Possible

No matter where go in The UVM Health Network, your local primary care physician is part of the care and follow-up.

Cardiology Programs in VT

Getting care through the UVM Health Network is not a one-way street. All members of our cardiology team—from cardiologists in your community to cardiothoracic surgeons and interventional cardiologists at our hospitals—makes communication and collaboration with referring physicians a priority.