As part of the Osceola Regional Medical Center, the Heart & Vascular Institute will provide high-quality, cost-effective, and innovative care to the acutely and critically ill patient, exceeding the expectations of our customers and community.

Your heart. It serves your entire body, and its health is critical to your well-being. So when you need treatment, you need skilled professionals you can trust.

The Heart & Vascular Institute at Osceola Regional Medical Center is a pioneering facility that is staffed by a highly trained medical team and equipped with state-of-the-art technology. We are the only full-service cardiovascular hospital in the region, offering you comprehensive care when you need it most.

As a specialized service of Osceola Regional Medical Center, we provide superior cardiovascular assessment, care, and education for the community we serve.

Chest Pain Center with PCI

The ONLY Chest Pain Center with PCI in Osceola County.

Osceola Regional Medical Center is an accredited Chest Pain Center (CPC) with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care.

Heart Attack

In a heart attack, time is muscle. The faster it can be diagnosed and treated, the better the chances of saving cardiac muscle and the patient's life. The accredited Chest Pain Center at Osceola Regional has a dedicated chest pain team with an organized approach to treating heart attacks. The hospital's highly trained and experienced medical professionals work together to offer patients fast and accurate care for chest pain.

Signs and symptoms that you may be having a heart attack:

  • Pressure, squeezing, or pain in your chest
  • Arm, back, neck, stomach, or facial pain
  • Breathlessness
  • Cold sweat
  • Lightheadedness

Women often experience other symptoms like:

  • Nausea
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Lower chest discomfort
  • Upper abdominal pressure or discomfort that may feel like indigestion
  • Back Pain

However, did you know heart attacks have” beginnings” and over 50% of patients experience these early symptoms of a heart attack?  Don’t wait for heart muscle damage.  Learn about Early Heart Attack Care (EHAC).

Call 911 if you suspect a cardiac event and ask to be taken to Osceola Regional Medical Center.

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