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Palm Beach Heart & Vascular

Our Philosophy: At Palm Beach Heart & Vascular, our dedicated team of professionals have joined together to provide you and your family with high-quality, comprehensive care in a welcoming, modern environment. We are committed to providing personalized healthcare using cutting-edge technology and effective, innovative solutions to improve the quality of life for each and every one of our patients. In this way, we are able to deliver the best possible heart and vascular care. We believe that patients should be treated wholistically and that they and their families should feel empowered when working with our team.

Our Capabilities: The brand new 8,000 sq ft space PBHV calls home houses a care continuum for our patients where they can be evaluated, diagnosed and treated in one location. Patients can expect to have the highest level of attention paid to them in this outpatient setting where we offer:
electrocardiography, echocardiography, ultrasound of the veins and arteries in the upper and lower extremities, and a full state of the art interventional suite that offers conscious sedation for diagnostic and interventional procedures.

Save a Limb Save a Life

Amputation is a problem

The growing worldwide epidemic of preventable amputations caused by peripheral artery disease (PAD) and fueled by diabetes threatens to disable approximately 2 million Americans, according to a 2019 study published in the journal Vascular Health and Risk Management. Even worse is the extremely high mortality rate when combined with leg wounds, foot ulcers, or gangrene.

Caused by these factors

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) from atherosclerosis causes inadequate blood flow leading to plaque buildup in the arteries of the legs and feet. When blood supply to the lower extremities becomes severely reduced patients may feel leg pain, but many do not, due to peripheral neuropathy. Unable to feel their feet from PAD or diabetes places patients at risk for amputation either through inadequate blood flow or leg wounds and ulcers, this combination of issues is known as Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI).