Cardiovascular Center Resources for Patients
Medical College of Wisconsin Cardiovascular Center physicians offer adult and pediatric patient services at several locations in Wisconsin.
Patient Care & Clinical Trials
Adult Cardiovascular Care Services
Adult services include leading-edge diagnosis, clinical trials and treatment for patients with heart, vascular and cardiopulmonary disease. Specialists in cardiovascular medicine, vascular surgery, cardiac surgery and vascular radiology provide comprehensive, individualized care.
Adult patient services are available at these locations:
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Heart and Vascular Center is conveniently located near major highways in suburban Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The center also offers a variety of services in different areas of Wisconsin, depending on the needs of the patient.
Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center provides primary care at the Milwaukee location, as well as at clinics in Appleton, Union Grove, and in east central Wisconsin at Cleveland, and through a mobile clinic. Primary care services are also provided to Native American veterans who are members of the Oneida Nation via a contract with the Oneida Nation Health Clinic. Secondary and tertiary inpatient and outpatient care is provided at the Milwaukee facility.
Pediatric Cardiovascular Care Services
Leading pediatric physicians and surgeons provide medical and surgical treatment for congenital heart defects and heart disease. Pediatric cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons specialize in pediatric open-heart surgery and heart, lung and heart/lung transplants.
Pediatric patient services are available at these locations:
The Herma Heart Center at Children's Wisconsin is one of the nation's top programs for medical and surgical treatment of congenital heart defects and heart disease.
Cardiovascular patients have direct access to a wide range of clinical trials.
Clinical trials add significantly to the body of knowledge needed to find new solutions to health problems by testing experimental drugs, medical devices and treatment protocols.
Basic information about participating in clinical trials is available on the Froedtert Hospital website. These trials are summarized and include a brief description of the study purpose and basic qualifications for participation. The Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Institutional Review Board has approved each clinical trial.
For more information, call (414) 777-7700.
For additional information about clinical trials, please see the National Institutes of Health (NIH) website for a wide range of resources.