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Heart Care

When your heart is on the line, you want to know you are receiving the highest level of care and treatment. At Kettering Health Network, we don't miss a beat so you won't either. Our award winning care team is devoted to getting you back to the things you love.

Our cardiac team treats all forms of heart disease at our seven hospitals in Greater Dayton and Northern Cincinnati. We offer the latest surgical and non-invasive heart procedures and diagnostic testing.

Trust Ohio's best

Why not trust your heart with the best? Thanks to the quality and compassionate care of our clinical team, Kettering Health Network is your best choice for life-saving heart care. In the category of medical excellence, Kettering Health Network is ranked the #1 hospital in Ohio and the Midwest for Heart Attack Treatment by CareChex, a division of Comparion Analytics.

Dayton's Leader in Heart Care Innovation

At Kettering Health Network, we are committed to providing quality heart care to the Dayton area that is not only compassionate, but innovative. Learn about the new cutting-edge procedures we offer:

Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement
Kettering Health Network is proud to lead the Dayton area in Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement, TAVR, procedures. TAVR is a non-surgical, less invasive way to replace an aortic valve in those with severe aortic stenosis that are high-risk or too sick for open heart surgery. During TAVR, an Interventional Cardiologist will insert a hollow tube called a sheath into an artery in your leg or side. Your new valve, attached to a catheter, will be inserted through this sheath and guided to your diseased valve.

Learn More about TAVR or call (937) 395-6023.

Chronic Total Occlusion Treatment
Kettering Medical Center is now able to treat Chronic Total Occlusion of the coronary arteries. Chronic Total Occlusion (CTO) is a type of heart disease where an artery becomes completely blocked.

In the past people with a CTO were required to have surgery. Today, it is now possible to treat a CTO through a less-invasive technique called percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) or angioplasty. During this procedure a balloon is inserted through a catheter and guided to the area of blockage in the artery. The balloon is inflated to compress the blockage and create a bigger opening to increase blood flow.

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