Heart and Vascular Institute
Providence Mission Hospital can provide exceptional heart and vascular care to our south Orange County community, thanks to generous donors like you.
What Inspires You?
Staffed by board-certified physicians and highly skilled nurses and technicians, the Heart and Vascular Institute provides the highest level of cardiac care in south Orange County.
From our cardiac surgery program to our comprehensive cardiopulmonary rehabilitation program, we’re devoted to providing excellent patient care through diagnosis, treatment, research, education and prevention.
Chest Pain CenterClinicians in our Chest Pain Center are skilled at identifying early signs and symptoms of a heart attack and providing treatment in as little as 30 minutes, significantly improving the chance of a positive outcome.
Muldoon Cardiac CenterThe highly advanced Muldoon Cardiac Center houses our state-of-the-art Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU) and Cardiac Telemetry Units. All 27 private rooms in our CICU offer spacious, comfortable settings with windows that allow natural light and external views, promoting relaxation which aids in recovery. Our 34-bed Cardiac Telemetry Unit, meanwhile, provides personalized care for patients in stable condition, recovering from a cardiac condition or procedure such an open-heart surgery, angioplasty, pacemaker implantation, a heart attack or abnormal heart rhythm.
Ewing Heart Rhythm CenterEstablished by Sandra and Thomas Ewing, the Ewing Hart Rhythm Center is home to the first Electrophysiology Laboratory in south Orange County specializing in identification and treatment of heart rhythm disturbances.
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With the Guidelines® Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award 2020 and 2019The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With the Guidelines® Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award recognizes Mission’s commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence. This prestigious award is only given to hospitals that have demonstrated two or more consecutive years with a strict adherence to AHA/ASA achievement measures.
Designated Cardiac and Stroke Receiving CenterOrange County Emergency Medical Services, the agency dedicated to providing emergency care throughout the county, designated Providence Mission Hospital as a Cardiovascular Receiving Center. This designation assures our patients that Mission Hospital has a highly skilled cardiac response team ready to treat heart attack patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. Mission is also a designated Stroke-Neurology Receiving Center, and the only hospital in south Orange County providing advanced neurologic care for stroke.
Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) ProgramProvidence Mission Heart and Vascular Institute has further developed our Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) Program for the treatment of severe narrowing of the heart valves, which reduces blood flow to vital organs. TAVR is less invasive, allowing our patients to return to their normal activities more quickly with less discomfort.
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Now, more than ever, our community needs Providence Mission Hospital and compassionate neighbors like you.
“Those of us who live and work in south Orange County know that when we experience serious illness and medical emergencies, Providence Mission Hospital is always ready. It does not matter the day of the year or the hour of night. As our community grows and advances in medical technology take place, our Foundation board supports the hospital so the hospital can continue to be there for us.”
—Mark T. Hebner, Chair, Board of Directors
“Those of us who live and work in south Orange County know that when we experience serious illness and medical emergencies, Mission Hospital is always ready. It does not matter the day of the year or the hour of night. As our community grows and advances in medical technology take place, our Foundation board supports the hospital so the hospital can continue to be there for us.”
Meet The Experts
Sanjay Bhojraj, MD
Medical Director, Cardiovascular Care
Wang Teng, MD
Sebak Darbinian, MD
Chief, Cardiothoracic Surgery
Together, we can provide care that transforms lives, now and for years to come.