Silver Cross Hospital brings together advanced technology and the finest medical professionals to create an innovative and efficient approach to heart care. From prevention programs to aftercare, we provide everything you need to maintain a healthy heart. And you’ll always be supported by a caring team of expert cardiologists, surgeons, nurses, technologists, and therapists.
One home for every stage of care
The Cardiology Department integrates every aspect of your heart care experience into a seamless, efficient whole. At Silver Cross Hospital, you will receive expert education, diagnosis, treatment, professional consultation, and rehabilitative care. From our state-of-the-art Cardiac Catheterization suites, to our accredited programs for Echocardiography and Cardiac Rehab, we offer a wide range of comprehensive services to expertly diagnose, treat, and rehabilitate heart disease.
New approaches to cardiovascular care are emerging...
New diagnostic tests can help cardiologists detect a heart complication before it becomes serious or life threatening. And less-invasive procedures like angioplasty and stent placement have created new possibilities for successful treatment. In fact, only 1% of patients ever need heart surgery.*
People are also discovering that they can play the greatest role in their heart health, especially at an earlier age. Day-to-day prevention techniques like exercise, a healthy diet, and maintaining a low-level of stress are widely known to reduce the risk of heart disease.
Silver Cross Hospital unifies these emerging attitudes to create a truly innovative heart care environment. By extending our commitment to care beyond our hospital walls, we foster healthy lifestyle habits that can make invasive treatment a less frequent option.
Welcome to a new era in cardiovascular health.
Silver Cross Hospital’s Cardiology Department brings the most comprehensive and advanced heart care to the Will County and the southwest suburbs. If you would like more information about our cardiovascular services, please call (815) 300-7089.
* Source: American Heart Association