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Queen’s Heart Institute

Comprehensive Cardiac Care

Queen’s Heart at The Queen’s Medical Center offers patient-centered cardiovascular medicine, surgical care and diagnostic testing in one convenient setting. For both routine and more complex heart and vascular conditions, our team provides comprehensive services utilizing the most advanced technology, treatment and care options to ensure the highest quality of cardiac care for our patients.

Our multidisciplinary team of board-certified, professionally trained physicians and advanced practice nurse practitioners are committed to providing expert diagnosis, treatments and care for a range of cardiac and vascular conditions to improve the quality of our patients’ lives. From your general cardiology needs to the most complex surgical or non-invasive procedures, Queen’s Heart provides compassionate cardiac care to you and your family.

Meet Our Heart Care Specialists

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Awards and Distinctions

Echocardiography Accreditation by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC)

By demonstrating and meeting the high standards and compliance requirements outlined in the IAC Standards for imaging and patient care excellence, The Queen’s Health System demonstrates a commitment to quality patient care in the field of Echocardiography.

Get With The Guidelines Gold Performance Achievement Award — Heart Failure

Queen’s received the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines – Coronary Artery Disease Gold Performance Achievement Award, recognizing commitment and success in implementing a higher standard of cardiac care that effectively improves treatment of patients hospitalized with coronary artery disease.

Queen’s Heart Institute

Queen’s Heart Institute brings together board-certified, specialty-trained physicians and nurse practitioners to offer the most comprehensive, cutting-edge cardiac and vascular care in Hawaii.

As the largest cardiology group in the state, we value a patient-centered, team-based approach that holds to the highest standards of excellence in patient care. Our team is committed to delivering compassionate cardiac care, whether at one of our convenient office settings or while providing consultative services when patients are hospitalized at Queen’s.

We are leaders in research and education. This is highlighted by our participation in innovative clinical trials, and our physicians’ role as the primary teaching faculty for the University of Hawaii Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Fellowship Training Program.

Driven by the mission set forth by our founders, King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma, to provide quality health care to improve the well-being of all of the people of Hawaii, the Queen’s Heart Institute is here to keep the heart health of Hawaii strong.

Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Fellowship Training Program

The Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Fellowship Training Program, under the sponsorship of the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, is an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited fellowship program.

As a teaching hospital training the next generation of heart and vascular specialists, the Fellowship Program is organized to provide training and supervised experience of three years’ duration, comprised of three Fellows per year, for a total of nine Fellows for all years of the Program. All Fellows are based at a single participating site, The Queen’s Medical Center (Queen’s), which is the only site providing structured clinical experience.

The Queen’s Medical Center is the largest tertiary care medical center in the State of Hawaii and the Pacific Basin. Patients evaluated and managed at Queen’s are of diverse ethnicities, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. Patients treated by the Fellows have a variety of acute and chronic cardiovascular disease processes. Moreover, CVD Fellows will care for individuals of both genders who span the continuum from late adolescence through the geriatric age group.

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University of Hawaii Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship