Heart Failure
& Heart Transplant Program

Among the Nation's Best Hospitals Since 1993

#14 in the Nation
by U.S. News & World Report

Heart Failure

About Our Heart Failure ProgramMore than 700 new heart failure patients are seen each year by our heart failure specialists. As a leading heart and vascular center, we provide aggressive medical therapy, implantable heart rhythm devices, state-of-the-art surgical options--and one of the largest left ventricular assist device programs in the country.
What Causes Heart Failure?Know the underlying conditions, signs and symptoms that could indicate heart failure.
Heart Failure Consultation Board-certified heart doctors dedicated to treating advanced heart failure.
Artificial Heart DevicesWe use the latest technology for both temporary and long-term artificial support.
Ventricular Assist DevicesReliable, effective, long-term support from one of the nation's leading LVAD programs.

25 Years of Heart Transplants

2010 marks the 25th anniversary of heart transplant at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine. The program's medical director and cardiologist Greg Ewald, MD, talks about where the program began and where it is now.


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