A Leader in Heart Care
Trust the experienced, compassionate heart team at The Heart Hospital at Mercy Medical Center. Nationally recognized for fast, responsive emergency heart care.
Our doctors and health care teams are leaders in cardiovascular treatment, distinguished not only by their skill, experience, and knowledge, but also by their ability to help heart patients return to active, productive lives. Our emergency chest pain center, located just inside the doors of the Mercy Emergency Department, contains a fully functional cardiac catheterization lab, enabling us to provide life-saving angioplasty for heart attack patients in as little as five minutes after arrival.
Now Offering Cardiac 24/7 Care For Existing Patients
Mercy’s heart patients can now access care any time of the day or night with Cardiac 24/7. If you or someone you love is an existing patient and experiencing new symptoms, don’t wait until the next appointment.
Call Cardiac 24/7 at 234-203-3535 or complete the form below.
Note: Cardiac 24/7 is not for prescription refills. To request a prescription refill, please call 330-588-4676.
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The Heart Hospital at Mercy offers comprehensive heart care services close to home for our patients and their families.
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Our team of non-invasive cardiologists, interventional cardiologists, and cardiothoracic surgeons with Mercy Cardiovascular Institute provide a complete range of heart care services.
Since 2003, when Mercy Emergency Chest Pain Center (ECPC) became America’s first fully accredited chest pain center, we’ve been setting national standards for rapid and efficient management of heart attacks / acute myocardial infarctions.
- Nation’s first fully functioning cardiac catheterization lab in an emergency department
- Diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterization lab in the Heart Hospital (third floor)
- Bi-plane cardiac catheterization lab with the ability to perform brain intervention
Since performing the nation’s first cardiac catheterization in a community hospital in 1957 and Ohio’s first successful minimally invasive coronary bypass in 1996, the Heart Hospital at Mercy has remained on the leading edge of heart surgery. Today our heart center offers many of the latest, minimally invasive heart procedures, and Mercy was the first to bring robotic heart surgery to Stark County.
In 2016, our transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) program became the first in the Akron-Canton area to perform TAVR without general anesthesia, allowing us to expand our care to include certain high-risk patients who may not be eligible for TAVR elsewhere.
The Heart Hospital Heart Failure Center manages heart failure with excellence, placing emphasis on both quantity and quality of life across the entire continuum of care.
Advanced diagnostic and treatment options for life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias and troublesome atrial arrhythmias.
One of the area’s oldest established programs, Mercy Cardiac Rehabilitation Program has helped patients and their families with both physical and psychological recovery from heart disease.