Caring for Your Heart

Top in the Nation for Interventional Cardiology

Beebe Healthcare has had a cardiac program for more than three decades and a vascular program since 1990. Beebe was recognized among the Top 10 percent of hospitals in the nation for Interventional Cardiology procedures for two years in a row (2017-2018) by Healthgrades.

Our highly skilled cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery teams include experienced interventionalists, heart surgeons, cardiologists, and robotically trained cardiothoracic surgeons. Learn more about the Center for Robotic Surgery.

Meet The Team.

Learn more about the Vascular Surgery team and Beebe Vein Center.


Beebe Offers Advanced Care for Your Heart

Beebe is the first medical center on Delmarva, and one of only two in the Mid-Atlantic, to use FDA-approved technology that improves the treatment of congestive heart failure and other electrical problems of the heart. 

Beebe is also one of the only suppliers on Delmarva of the Zio Patch, a wearable wireless patch that monitors abnormal heart rhythms. 

Cardiothoracic Surgery: Beebe Cardiothoracic Surgery offers advanced treatment for your heart. Open heart surgery is completed by a dedicated team of heart surgeons and physician assistants providing comprehensive care, close to home.
Meet the Cardiothoracic Team.

Cardiac Electrophysiology: Beebe's electrophysiology team performs procedures to correct heart arrythmia and atrial fibrillation (AF).

Meet the Electrophysiologist.

Interventional CardiologyBeebe's award-winning interventional cardiology team performs procedures in one of Beebe's state-of-the-art cath labs.

Meet the Interventionalists.

Cardiac Rehab: Patients get back on their feet with Beebe's traditional cardiac rehab for heart patients.

Ornish Lifestyle Medicine: Beebe is the only provider of the Ornish program in Delaware. This program is proven to prevent and even reverse heart disease.

Cardiac Testing

Neurology/Stroke Services Program


Additional Resources

Are you at risk for a heart attack?

What are the symptoms of a heart attack?

Join the Healthy for Good Movement with the American Heart Association. 


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