CHI Health Heart Institute

CHI Health Heart Institute is at the forefront of cardiovascular care.

CHI Health Heart Institute

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Whether you are a new patient or you need to see your regular provider for a non-urgent, medical issue, you can do so from the comfort of your home, via the Zoom app, on your phone or computer. Call your clinic to schedule.

At the CHI Health Heart Institute, we are at the forefront of cardiovascular care. In fact, we're one of the nation's highest-quality, award-winning heart programs. From preoperative evaluation to the operating room, and from postoperative care to post-discharge follow-up, you're in the hands of experts. Whether you want to take preventative measures to keep your heart in check, or you need to diagnose a specific problem, our skilled cardiologists and specialized surgeons do it all.

Our program emphasizes keeping you healthy, too. We help patients make smooth transitions back to their daily lives, providing educational programs like Heart Healthy Cooking and our Heart & Sole Walking program. We give you the support and peace of mind you need to make smart choices that lead to a better life and a healthy heart. Our heart program is never standing still.

The CHI Health Heart Institute provides acute services at all CHI Health hospitals with complex care located at Creighton University Medical Center - Bergan Mercy and Nebraska Heart Hospital. CHI Health cardiology specialists also hold clinic at each hospital as well as many outreach locations in northeast Nebraska and southwest Iowa.


Treatments & Procedures

The Coronary Bypass team of the Heart & Vascular Institute received the highest quality rating (3-stars) from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons in 2019. 

HQID Top Performer
CHI Health Nebraska Heart has earned top performer in the Hospital Quality Incentive Demonstration (HQID) which rewards hospitals for delivering high quality care in five clinical areas: Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) or heart attack; Heart Failure; Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG); Pneumonia; Hip and Knee Replacement.