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Chest Pain Certified

   

The Chest Pain Center at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital provides premier cardiac care to Chicago’s Western suburbs.

Glendale Heights Accredited Chest Pain Center

We feature an expert team of cardiologists and nurses at our state-of-the-art facility where we provide comprehensive vascular screening services, diagnostic testing, and treatment procedures.

Accredited for Your Benefit

Through our commitment to expertise and quality patient care, Adventist Hinsdale Hospital has met or exceeded a wide set of stringent criteria and completed on-site evaluations by a review team from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care.  

What does this mean for you? It means faster, more accurate and more effective treatment. And when you or your loved one is experiencing a cardiac event, skill and efficiency are essential. That's when you need the expert care provided by Adventist Hinsdale Hospital Chest Pain Center.

While we offer a range of cardiac care options, including vascular screening, we also work with our patients to coordinate continuing medical care.  Through the Adventist Heart & Vascular Institute you have access to some of the region’s finest cardiovascular physicians, facilities and medical technology. If you need advanced services such as open-heart surgery, your cardiologist can partner with more than 75 heart specialists affiliated with Adventist Midwest Health — assuring a seamless transition that addresses all of your cardiovascular needs.

For more information or to find a doctor, call 630-856-7525.

Minutes Matter

When heart attack strikes, time can mean the difference between life and death. Call 911 immediately if you or someone you know experiences these symptoms:

  • Discomfort in the chest, arm, neck or jaw
  • Unexplained sweating
  • Nausea
  • Shortness of breath
  • Weakness
  • Lightheadedness

Don't guess. Just call 911. Acting quickly could save a life.

 

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