The Complex Consultative Cardiology Program at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) Heart & Vascular Center provides a fully integrated program of care for all types of heart conditions—from common problems such as coronary artery disease and high blood pressure to complex heart arrhythmias. Cardiologists coordinate every aspect of patient care, including routine office visits, referrals to BWH specialists, inpatient hospitalizations and home-based services.
Known world-wide for pioneering advancements in cardiovascular medicine research, diagnosis and treatment, cardiologists at BWH are highly-experienced, board certified physicians with additional training in multiple sub-specialties. They teach the next generation of leaders in cardiology through Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s cardiovascular disease fellowship.
Referring physicians can refer a patient online or call (857) 307-4000 to learn how to refer a patient to the Complex Consultative Cardiology Program.
Complex Consultative Cardiology Program Team
Our nationally recognized team of over 100 cardiologists works closely with leading cardiovascular specialists in the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Heart & Vascular Center to diagnose, treat, manage and prevent heart disease in men and women throughout New England and beyond.