The Mission of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine is to improve cardiovascular health in Southeast Wisconsin and beyond through innovative, cutting-edge research and cost-efficient health care delivery.
The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, located in the Department of Medicine, has 45 faculty members who are involved in patient care, teaching, education and collaborative and innovative research projects with our flagship nationally recognized Cardiovascular Center, MCW Cancer Center, and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute.Learn More
The Division is an integral part of the Heart and Vascular Service Line, which supports multidisciplinary cardiovascular care, education research across all related disciplines in Cardiothoracic Surgery, Vascular Medicine and Surgery, and Critical Care Anesthesiology at the College. All these activities, ultimately, result in a vibrant environment for collaborative clinical care, research, education and community engagement. Our cardiology fellowships offer our fellows the opportunity to hone their unique skills across the clinical spectrum while enhancing their paths to becoming junior faculty and health care leaders. In addition, we provide a broad spectrum of clinical services tailored to meet the needs of the patient. Services include:
- Cardiac catheterization and interventional procedures
- Comprehensive cardiac imaging
- Comprehensive End-stage Heart Disease Evaluation and Treatment Program
- Electrophysiology services