Leading-Edge Cardiology Care
For over 50 years University of Utah Health's cardiologists have been providing world-class, leading-edge care to patients who have been diagnosed with heart conditions. We are recognized as a leading center for the following:
- Heart transplants (one of top hospitals in US)
- Atrial fibrillation management
- Heart disease research
- Heart recovery in heart failure research
- Cardiovascular disease genetic research
- Congenital heart disease
- Pulmonary hypertension treatment (first program accredited in the region)
- Structural heart treatment program
Find a Cardiologist Near You
Keeping Your Heart Healthy
Our cardiologists keep your heart healthy by educating you about the basics of heart care. If you are experiencing one or more of the following symptoms, make an appointment with a cardiologist:
Our cardiologists and other specialists will help you find the most accurate diagnosis for your condition. Our specialists also work with patients to prevent past heart problems from happening again, and to prevent heart disease problems from developing in the future.
Conditions & Services
Our cardiologists also see a number of patients outside the Salt Lake area, including other areas of Utah, Idaho, Nevada, and Wyoming. To see where they practice outside Salt Lake City, visit our Outreach Program.
Outreach Care Program
Live outside the Salt Lake Valley? University of Utah Health provides heart care to multiple areas through our Outreach Care Program. You will get the same level of state-of-the-art care as if you were here.
Visiting & Staying at U of U Hospital
Are you visiting or staying at University of Utah Hospital for your medical care? Get all the info you need for your visit—including how to get here, where to stay, where to eat, and more.
My Doctor Said I Have a Heart Murmur. What Does That Mean?
If your doctor told you that you have a heart murmur, you're probably wondering what that means. Is my health in danger? Will I always have a heart murmur? Do I need surgery?
Why Is My Heart Racing So Fast?
Everyone has a racing heart from time to time. Stress, exercise, or even too much alcohol or caffeine can cause your heart to beat faster than normal. But if your heart races a lot--or if you notice your heartbeat is often irregular--then you should see a doctor.
When Is It Time to See a Cardiologist?
How severe should your heart symptoms be before you see a heart specialist (cardiologist)? How can you tell if someone you love should see a cardiologist?
Meet Our Patients
Tracee Bessinger thought it was a little strange when one day she ran out of breath walking from her bedroom to her bathroom. She figured maybe she was just out of shape, but the breathlessness continued with even less exertion and fewer steps.