The UT Heart and Vascular Center, in Toledo, OH, is the community's first and only
integrated center for patient care, education and translational research in cardiac
and vascular diseases.
About UT Heart & Vascular
The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association recognize this hospital
for achieving 85% of higher compliance with all Get With The Guidelines®-Heart Failure
Achievement Measures and 75% or higher compliance with five or more Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke
Quality Measures for 12 consecutive months to improve quality of patient care and
The UT Heart and Vascular Center provides patients access to state-of-the-art facilities
and nationally recognized cardiac and vascular specialists in a model that brings
together multiple specialties that include cardiology, vascular medicine, vascular
surgery, cardiac surgery, cardiac rehabilitation and several others.
The center serves as an outpatient center for patients with cardiac and vascular disorders,
focusing on important areas of congestive heart failure, cardiac rhythm disorders,
fainting disorders, complex surgical care, critical limb ischemia, peripheral arterial
disease and venous disease.
Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women and is more deadly than all forms of cancer.
In this Health Check video, Dr. Jodi Tinkel, cardiologist at UT Medical Center, discusses
what you need to know about heart disease in women.