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Cardiovascular Services

Our cardiovascular specialists employ the most innovative medical treatments in a compassionate setting. From emergency treatment to rehabilitation services, Baptist provides comprehensive heart care teamed with great people and state-of-the-art technology.


A Higher Level of Care

“They’ve really stepped up the level of care,” says Dr. Stephen Reich, Cardiac Electrophysiologist.

“From the time that the patient comes into the lab – and we just built a brand new electrophysiology suite with state of the art technology, including the stereotaxis system – all the way up to great lab staff who are fully trained and really put forth the team effort on patient care."

“They are really working to be the center of excellence.”

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To find a physician or to schedule an appointment click here. If you prefer to speak with someone, our referral specialists are available 24 hours a day by calling 866-309-2873.

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Find a heart doctor who specializes in Cardiovascular Disease —  call (210) 297-7005.


We’re all heart.

We want to be your first choice in heart health, and that’s why Baptist offers:

Baptist Health System was also the first and only in the region to offer Stereotaxis robotic surgery for arrhythmia. This advanced treatment for irregular heartbeat reduces the risks of complications and allows you to return to a normal, active life more quickly than with conventional procedures.

Cardiovascular care is at the heart of what we do, and it's one of the many reasons you can trust your heart care to us.

  • “Baptist has taken great care to hand select the best staffing, the best doctors, the best nurses, and the best techs,” says Dr. Stephen Reich, Cardiac Electrophysiologist.

    “Everyone really has the patients in mind when it comes to making sure they’re cared for and comfortable and have a good experience at the hospital.”

We know where the strength of heart really comes from: the ones you love. Treating hearts means treating you like family.

“Baptist care to me is complete care,” says Dr. Timothy Lyda, Cardiothoracic Surgeon. “It’s not just operative care, but it’s preoperatively trying to help the patient with wellness programs and then following up with the patient when they leave the hospital."

"Dedicated personnel make sure the patient’s post-op appointments are being made and they are aware of them. Baptist has taken a lead on this, and I think they’re making big strides.”