Heart &
Vascular Care

The heart leaders. Tested. Proven.

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Heart Care
Healing hearts like no one else.

Choosing experts to care for your heart is serious...and deserves a serious look at the real facts. The fact is, the heart team at Prevea Health and HSHS St. Vincent Hospital and HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center is the region’s leader in heart and vascular care. Our team consistently exceeds national benchmarks. We have the highest success rates and offer the most specialized care throughout treatment and recovery.

In fact, we heal more hearts than anyone else in the area.

More Hearts

We heal more hearts than anyone else.

From heart disease prevention to surgery and heart attack recovery, our team treats more hearts across Northeast Wisconsin than any other provider.


Nine times better survival rates

Our survival rate is double the national average.*

Our survival rate following cardiac catheterization procedures is double the American College of Cardiology national benchmark.

Reported Data


90 minute door to balloon time

100% of patients are treated within a 90-minute door-to-balloon time.*

After a heart attack, receiving treatment within a 90 minute “door-to-balloon” time gives patients the best chance for survival. Our heart team treated every patient within the 90-minute national benchmark.

Reported Data


The regions only cardio-specialized intensive care unit

The region’s only cardio-specialized intensive care unit.

Survival doesn’t stop at surgery. That’s why we have the region’s only dedicated cardiovascular intensive care unit (CVICU)—with doctors, nurses and all experts specialized in the specific needs of heart recovery.


Lowest surgery infection rates

One of the lowest surgery infection rates.*

Based on the Society of Thoracic Surgeons benchmark, our heart team has one of the lowest sternal wound infection rates following bypass surgery.

Reported Data


The regions only dedicated pediatric cardiologists.

The region’s only dedicated pediatric cardiologists.

Heart issues are the most common type of birth defect. As part of our long-standing commitment to children’s health, we have recruited the region’s only dedicated pediatric cardiologists, who specialize in children’s heart care.

Pediatric Cardiology


*Source: Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality (WCHQ) latest reporting period


Heart & vascular services

You can feel confident that whatever your cardiovascular health needs may be, you’ll be in great hands throughout your diagnosis, treatment and recovery. Our wide-range of heart and vascular care treatment includes:


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Prevea Allouez Health Center at (920) 431-1850

Prevea Shawano Health Center at (920) 272-1050

Prevea Marinette Health Center at (715) 732-0832

Prevea Sheboygan Health Center at (920) 738-3130

You can prevent heart disease.
Let’s get after it.

It’s true, heart disease is a leading cause of death for both men and women. But it doesn’t have to be. Our heart team, including preventive cardiologists, interventional cardiologists, electrophysiologists, and cardiothoracic surgeons, is committed to not only treating, but preventing heart disease with programs to help you:

  • Detect risk early with heart calcium scoring
  • Get advanced cholesterol testing and cardiovascular screenings
  • Take part in our heart attack and stroke risk programs
  • Quit smoking or tobacco use
  • Get regular exercise
  • Eat a heart-healthy diet

To learn more or to schedule an appointment, call (920) 433-8329 in the Green Bay area or (920) 459-5171 in the Sheboygan area.

Catch heart disease early

Heart Calcium Scoring detects heart disease signs long before symptoms show. It’s simple. Only takes 15 minutes. And can potentially save your life.

Call to learn more or to schedule an appointment:
• Green Bay (920) 433-8329
• Sheboygan (920) 459-5171

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Women’s heart disease

In the U.S., heart disease kills about one woman every minute. But it doesn’t affect all women alike, and the warning signs for women aren’t the same as men.

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Women's Heart Disease

You can make a difference.

Clinical research

Prevea Health believes you can improve the future of health care by participating in clinical research studies.

Clinical studies test new investigational medications and devices; modify existing treatments; or develop new investigational treatment methods. By participating, you lead the way to more effective and safe health care for all of us.

Our Clinical Research staff is highly-trained and dedicated to providing the safest experience for all patients.

For more detailed information about the many clinical trials that are currently available, click on the “more information” link below or contact the Prevea Health Clinical Research Program directly at (920) 272-3336.

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Heart Rhythm Disorders

Heart rhythm disorders

Your heart is run by a delicate electrical system. When that system is off track, it may feel like your heart is fluttering, skipped a beat, added a beat, or is beating too fast or too slow. Or, you may not notice any difference at all.

Our board certified electrophysiologist specializes in diagnosing and treating a vast array of rhythm disorders such as:

  • Atrial fibrillation
  • Atrial flutter
  • PSVT/SVT (supraventricular tachycardia)
  • VentricularTachycardia
  • Woulf-Parkinson-White (WPW) syndrome
  • Slow heart rates (bradycardia)

For more information, call (920) 272-1050.

Cardiac Rehab

Cardiac Rehab Program

After a heart problem, getting active, back to your normal life and feeling like yourself again is important.

Available in both Green Bay and Sheboygan, Prevea’s three-phase Cardiac Rehab Program is for people who have had:

  • A heart attack
  • Heart bypass surgery
  • Heart valve surgery
  • Stenting or balloon angioplasty to treat heart blockage

Our team of registered nurses and exercise physiologists will help you regain mobility and independence as soon as possible. Emotional support experts are also available to help you remain positive. They may assist with smoking cessation, depression and any other behavioral issues that may arise after a heart problem. A dietitian is also available to help get you on a heart healthy diet. And, if desired, spiritual support is available.

Managing heart conditions

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