Cardiovascular Program

About Our Cardiovascular Program

We know that heart disease can be a frightening diagnosis — it's the #1 cause of death among men and women — but your heart health is in good hands with us. When it comes to heart care, Jersey Shore is the recognized leader in the region, presenting a full range of services and experience that is unique to the area.

Learn more about what makes us Leaders in Heart by following the links below:

  • Catheterization Labs
    Our diagnostic and interventional treatment options compose one of the most experienced programs in New Jersey and the tri-state area.
  • Chest Pain Center
    Our experts recognize and treat heart attacks quickly while using an integrated team approach. We provide emergency stents 24-hours-a-day.
  • Congenital Heart Disease Program
    Our Congenital Heart Disease program is lead by specialists who treat patients facing CHD throughout their lifetime. It is one of the most comprehensive programs in the tri-state region.
  • Congestive Heart Failure Program
    We provide comprehensive programs to treat the heart's ability to pump blood through the body and educate on ways to manage underlying risks.
  • Diagnostic Services
    Leading cardiologists diagnose and manage your treatment plan.
  • Electrophysiology Lab
    Our new electrophysiology lab expands the treatment and diagnosis of heart arrhythmias and related conditions.
  • Heart Surgery
    Jersey Shore is the only hospital in Monmouth and Ocean counties with the specialized expertise to perform heart surgery, including: valve, bypass, and aortic replacement.
  • Imaging Technology
    We work in collaboration with other specialists to use the newest equipment for scanning arteries and detecting potential problems through less invasive techniques.
  • Outstanding Outcomes
    Recognized by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services with the best outcomes among high volume centers perfoming coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG).
  • Physicians and Clinical Staff
    The leading physicians and caregivers in the community tailor treatment to your individual needs.
  • Prevention, Education and Support
    Our committed team of clinical experts educates the community about managing the risks of heart disease. We also screen at-risk populations and provide support groups to help improve your recovery process.
  • Rehabilitation
    Our rehabilitation programs get you back on your feet to your independent living through carefully planned and monitored exercise programs, education, and social support. Specialty programs have been developed for a full array of both heart and breathing (pulmonary) conditions.
  • Stroke Rescue Center
    The region's only nationally certified Stroke Rescue Center provides rapid diagnosis and treatment of stroke. We're one of a select group of hospitals recognized by the American Stroke Association for Performance Achievement Awards.
  • Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) Procedure
    Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is the latest minimally invasive procedure for patients with critical aortic stenosis being offered through Meridian CardioVascular Network at Jersey Shore University Medical Center. This option is giving new hope to patients who have been determined to be inoperable due to other co-existing medical conditions.
  • Women's Heart Connection
    The Meridian Women's Heart Connection is a comprehensive and interactive program specifically for women's heart health, offering the resources and support needed to take very important steps toward preventing heart disease, ensuring your heart's future health, and raising awareness about the risks you may face.

Care Locations

  • Jersey Shore University Medical Center, 1945 Route 33, Neptune, NJ 07753

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