Methodist Heart Hospital provides a range of services to diagnose and treat heart disease. Our programs are designed to support patients with any type of heart disease, including congestive heart failure, heart valve disease and cardiopulmonary diseases.

We also host educational services to help patients fully understand the heart disease process, from initial diagnosis through final treatment and ongoing care.

For more information about our heart disease services, call Methodist Heart Hospital at (210) 575-6800.

Adult Congenital Heart Center

Our Adult Congenital Heart Center provides multispecialty care for patients born with a form of heart disease. The center is led by a physician who is board-certified in adult congenital heart disease, cardiovascular disease and echocardiography.

Heart disease treatment

Lifestyle changes, such as diet and exercise, and/or medication helps many patients manage heart disease. In some cases, we can install cardiac assist devices, such as pacemakers, to further treat heart disease or heart failure. As a last-resort treatment for life-threatening cardiac conditions, we can perform heart transplants on patients who meet certain criteria.

Visiting us for heart disease care

Methodist Heart Hospital is at the west end of the Methodist Hospital campus. We're inside Methodist Hospital in the north tower on the sixth floor.

For assistance during the check-in process or answers to any questions you have, visit our help desk in the central tower by the main entrance. The help desk's hours are Mon - Fri: 7:00am - 2:00pm. We also have a help desk in Garage 2 that's open daily from 7:00am - 9:00pm.

The closest parking is in our lot off Floyd Curl Drive and Medical Drive. Additional spaces are available in our three parking garages, and we also have valet services for $8 per day, per visit.

Heart disease at Methodist Healthcare

Heart disease is an umbrella term used to describe diseases that affect the heart, including blood vessel diseases, heart arrhythmias and congenital heart defects. Heart disease can often lead to serious complications, like heart attack or stroke.

Learn about Heart disease