Heart & Vascular Center
Reid Health Heart & Vascular Center
Reid Heart & Vascular Center brings full-service cardiac and vascular care to the East Central Indiana and West Central Ohio served by Reid. Our patients have discovered the quality and personal touch that have set Reid apart for over a century. Patients find comfort in the experienced hands of our heart and vascular surgeons and cardiologists.
The Heart & Vascular Center is on the second floor of the Outpatient Care Center, where the cloud sculptures are found in the atrium.
We also offer the convenience of a dedicated center on the second floor of the Reid Outpatient Care Center where doctors, diagnostic testing, cardiac rehab and other services are in close proximity. We have established regional offices where our caregivers see patients in their home communities when possible. And we have also expanded services to include "telehealth" in some communities.
Quality care, close to home
Our teams have received regional and national recognition in quality. Should you need them, we are confident that our cardiologists, vascular surgeons, cardiothoracic surgeons and their support teams will demonstrate their dedication to you and your family.
Thousands have trusted our team when facing the challenges of cardiovascular disease. If you have concerns or questions, talk to your doctor or contact us (765) 983-3255.
Heart Health screenings
Taking care of your cardiovascular system is something to be proactive about. Visit our Wellness area for information about screenings that you might want to consider, including heart scans and vascular screenings that are easy and quick to do.
Heart & Vascular Center Services
Early Heart Attack Care
Heart Health In Women
Heart Healthy Living
Advanced Heart Failure
Treatment at the Reid Advanced Heart Failure Center can help you feel better and live longer. Treatment is based on a phase-by-phase approach, tailored to each patient's needs.
Physical activity and lifestyle changes are essential to successful recovery after treatment for a heart attack. Whether you've had open-heart surgery, angioplasty or stent procedures, your heart muscle requires appropriate exercise to heal and regain strength.
The focus of Reid's pulmonary rehab program is to improve the quality of life for people with chronic lung disease through individual health education, relaxation techniques, nutrition counseling, physical activity and hands-on support.
Rhythm Management Center
Your doctor will explain the specific cardiac condition that has been found and choose what approach best fits your specific patient situation and direct your care as appropriate for your condition.
Vascular surgeons see patients with diseases of the blood vessels: arteries and veins. Our providers perform a variety of surgical procedures and can help you choose the best option to improve your health and well-being. Whenever possible, our providers opt for a minimally invasive care.
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Dr. Quraishi earned his medical degree from Rawalpindi Medical College in Pakistan. He was chief resident at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine in Dayton, where he completed his residency in internal medicine. Dr. Quraishi did an internal medicine/cardiovascular disease fellowship at Kettering Medical Center in Kettering, Ohio, where he also completed an interventional cardiology fellowship.
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