Heart, Lung and Vascular Center
Coordinated quality care
From routine to life-threatening services, our team at Aurora BayCare offers heart expertise right here in Green Bay.
When you choose Aurora BayCare, you entrust your health to a nationally recognized leader in heart and vascular care. We consistently achieve top health industry rankings:
Recognized leader in the Midwest for radial catheterizations (a safer, more modern method for cardiac care)
Awarded for a whole host of heart care outcomes including quality, patient satisfaction, lower cost per case, and fewer complications.
Our nationally ranked cardiovascular programs and respected physicians set the standard for heart care in Green Bay. Our goal is to be the best heart team in Northeast Wisconsin for both clinical quality and patient experience…and we’re meeting that goal every day.
Integrated Cardiology, Lung and Vascular Services
Heart, lung and vascular diseases are interrelated. When three systems work so closely together, it’s important to treat them together.
As the region’s first fully integrated center for heart, lung and vascular care, we’re providing better patient outcomes. You receive care from not just one physician, but a team of specialists that integrate cardiology (heart), pulmonary medicine (lung), cardiothoracic surgery and vascular surgery.
Physicians from a range of disciplines work together to diagnose and treat all forms of cardiovascular disease. This kind of enhanced collaboration means getting routine care is easier, but it also means we’re better equipped to handle unusual, complex cases.
Start Now to Protect Your Heart
Don’t wait to take charge of your heart health. You don’t have to have chest pain before you see a cardiology specialist. We offer extensive educational and preventive services, including $50 calcium score screenings and a unique women’s heart care program.
Living with heart means taking care of your health – for your sake and for your loved ones. Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States. It’s never too early to measure your risk.