Heart and Vascular Hospital

State of the Art Facilities

Hybrid Operating Room

The state-of-the-art Hybrid Operating Room (OR) at Hackensack University Medical Center is one of only a handful of operating rooms in the nation where open or minimally invasive surgical procedures and catheterization can be performed simultaneously. The Hybrid OR combines conventional operating rooms with high-tech imaging, allowing surgeons and their colleagues to work together in the same room.

These multipurpose rooms bring technology to the patient, improve overall care and shorten hospital stays. If there are complications, surgery can happen immediately in the same room, maximizing time and minimizing stress on the patient. This groundbreaking technology greatly benefits patients with significant medical issues in a minimally invasive fashion.

Cardiac Surgery ICU

Our Cardiac Surgery ICU nurses are specially trained in taking care of heart surgery patients, and provide the expert care you need to recover quickly.

Setting World Standards & Exceeding Your Expectations

The Heart and Vascular Institute at Hackensack Medical Center is an Award Winning Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery Program nationally ranked by the US News and World Report.

Our Cardiac Surgery Specialists

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Left Ventricular Assist Device Program (LVAD)

Recent advances in cardiac treatment have proven to slow, and in some cases reverse, the advancement of heart failure, resulting in improved survival and quality of life.

A Prestigious Reputation in Heart Care

Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement Program

At Hackensack University Medical Center, our multidisciplinary team is offering transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) as a life-changing option for many patients with aortic stenosis.

Experienced Team Care

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Participation in cardiac rehabilitation has been shown to decrease mortality 20%, cardiac morbidity 25% and increase physical strength and endurance 30%.

Promoting Heart Health

Valve Surgery

Sometimes valve disease can be treated with medication, but depending on the severity of the problem, valve repair surgery or replacement surgery (insertion of an artificial heart valve) is necessary.

Multidisciplinary Care