Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute
Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute offers the most comprehensive heart and vascular care in Kansas City. We provide the full range of cardiovascular services, from disease prevention to heart transplantation. At Saint Luke’s we use the latest technology to provide a full range of services and treatments.
- More specialized physicians
- More experience
- More innovative treatment options for patients
Setting the Gold Standard: Saint Luke’s is proud to be ranked 34 in the nation for cardiology and heart surgery by U.S. News & World Report.
- Adult congenital heart disease
- Athletic Heart Clinic
- Atrial Fibrillation Clinic
- Cardiac rehabilitation
- Cardiothoracic surgery
- Cardiovascular critical care
- Cardiovascular imaging
- Charles & Barbara Duboc Cardio Wellness Center
- Extra corporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO)
- Heart disease in pregnancy
- Heart failure management
- Heart transplant
- Interventional cardiology
- Muriel I. Kauffman Women’s Heart Center
- Structural cardiology
- Valve Center
- Vascular Center
- Vein Center
- Ventricular assist devices
Research and Clinical Trials
Cardiovascular research continues to be a major focus at Saint Luke’s Health System. The program currently encompasses research programs in each of the major clinical areas, including interventional cardiology, cardiac surgery, heart failure and cardiac transplantation, cardiac electrophysiology, cardiac imaging, and preventive cardiology/lipid and diabetes management.
In addition to supporting clinical research, the cardiovascular research program encompasses centers of excellence and core laboratories in:
- Cardiovascular outcomes research
- Health economics and technology assessment
- Intravascular imaging
- Noninvasive imaging
These centers of excellence currently serve as core laboratories for a wide range of studies that often involve collaboration with other leading cardiovascular centers and researchers from around the world. MAHI continues to serve as one of the four Analytic Centers, along with Duke, Harvard, and Yale, for the American College of Cardiology’s National Cardiovascular Data Registry.