An interventional procedure may be required if your tests show that you have a blocked or partially blocked coronary artery. Several types of procedures are available to open blocked arteries and allow blood to flow to your heart muscle. Today, treatments conducted without major surgery are safer and more effective than ever before. However, if our doctors determine that surgery is the best option for you, Chester County Hospital's dedicated cardiothoracic surgical team offers comprehensive surgical interventions for diseases of the heart and aorta. Our team has achieved outcomes that are equivalent to or better than national and regional results.

Learn More About Our Cardiovascular Surgical Procedures

  • Aortic Aneurysm Repair

    An abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is a ballooning of the large artery in the abdomen, a dangerous but reparable condition.

  • Cardiac Surgery

    Chester County Hospital is one of the region's top destinations for a variety of state-of-the-art, comprehensive surgical interventions for diseases of the heart and vascular system.

  • Electrophysiology (EP)

    Electrophysiology is a sub-specialty within cardiology, specifically for the study and treatment of arrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythms).

  • Interventional Cardiology

    Interventional cardiology refers to various non-surgical procedures that involve the use of catheters - long, thin, flexible tubes - to diagnose and treat cardiovascular disease.

  • Minimally Invasive Valve Surgery

    At Chester County Hospital, our cardiovascular surgeons are now able to replace and repair the valves of the heart without the need to make large incisions in the chest.

  • Peripheral Cardiovascular Procedures

    Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD) involves damage to, or blockage in, the peripheral blood vessels located away from the heart, including those that supply blood to the head, neck, brain, abdomen, and legs. The cardiology experts at Chester County Hospital have a full arsenal of treatments to deal with this life-threatening condition.

  • Radial Artery Catheterization

    While the most commonly used entry point for catheter-based procedures has been the femoral artery in the groin, Chester County Hospital offers another access point, the radial artery, located in the wrist.

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