Recognized as a premier provider of cardiovascular care in the San Francisco Bay Area, we offer a full spectrum of cardiovascular services that span both our Walnut Creek and Concord Medical Centers, with physicians located throughout Contra Costa and Solano counties.
Our superior cardiovascular programs and expert medical staff have earned numerous awards, demonstrating our commitment to and success in implementing a higher standard of care for heart disease. Both our Concord and Walnut Creek Medical Centers are designated as Contra Costa County STEMI Receiving Centers for severe heart attack patients.
To continue to provide patients with high-quality patient care and safety, we expanded our Concord Medical Center in 2010. The Hofmann Family Patient Care Tower houses 61 private cardiovascular patient rooms, a centralized Cardiovascuar Institute and an expanded emergency room. The Cardiovascular Institute also features five catheterization labs, 12 preoperative and recovery beds, four preoperative and recovery lounge chairs, a dedicated 12-bed cardiovascular intensive care unit, and 49 monitored telemetry beds.
For more information about our cardiovascular services, please call (925) 674-2233.
Cardiac Conditioning Program
Helps heart patients of any age recover, resume normal activities, and reduce the chance of further heart problems.
Cardiac Rhythm Center
We bring together the finest cardiac doctors and staff to diagnose and treat heart rhythm disorders and arrhythmias.
Chest Pain Centers
Rapid care for patients having a heart attack can significantly increase their survival.
Heart Failure Program
Heart failure is a chronic condition that requires lifelong management. Explore your treatment options.
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