• Duval County/Beaches: (904) 423-0010
  • St. Johns County: (904) 342-8300
  • Clay County: (904) 375-8100

Our board-certified cardiologists provide compassionate care, paired with the latest research and clinical methods.

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Our physicians are board-certified  in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease.

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Comprehensive Care

First Coast Heart and Vascular Center is a comprehensive cardiology practice that provides competent, timely and compassionate care to our patients.

Our Board Certified Cardiovascular Specialists are experienced in a variety of sub-specialties, and are committed to excellence in patient care through participation in continuing medical education and the performance of advanced team diagnostic testing and interventional procedures.

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Practice News

Welcome Letter

January 11, 2013

We provide comprehensive cardiovascular services to patients in the Jacksonville area.

Shimadzu announces 1st U.S. Trinias digital angiography system installation

February 9, 2015

Torrance, CA – February 2, 2015 – Shimadzu Medical Systems USA is pleased to announce the first U.S. installation of its Trinias C-12 high performance “cross over” system at First Coast Heart & Vascular Center in Jacksonville, FL. This first North American installation of the Trinias angiographic system was completed by shimadzu dealer/partner CMS Imaging Read More

First Coast Heart and Vascular Cath Lab

February 2, 2015

Transradial Cardiac Catheterization What is Cardiac Catheterization, and when is it used? In general, cardiac catheterization is a minimally invasive procedure done to get information about the heart muscle and its blood supply or to provide treatments such as intracoronary stents in certain types of heart conditions. It may also be used to determine the Read More

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