Our dedicated physicians and providers are looking forward to seeing you. Call (920) 886-9380 or click here to schedule an appointment with Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin.
If you wish to have your medical records transferred to us from another provider, hospital or physician, simply print, complete, then mail this form to our Appleton location and your records will be transferred to us.
Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin serves Northeast Wisconsin with a location on the west side of Appleton. We’re off College Avenue, near the Fox River Mall and Appleton International Airport.
For the past 50 years, the doctors of Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin have provided our patients with high quality, compassionate care.
As health care continues to evolve, we have made the decision to return to private practice so we may have more control over day-to-day operations and patient care decisions. We believe that serving you as an independent cardiology group, will bring you the best experience along with the highest quality care at a lower cost.
Effective April 1, 2019, we began treating patients in our new state-of-the-art facility. This is the new home of the same cardiologists that have been providing care to northeast Wisconsin since 1968. At the Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin we are able to provide diagnostic testing, labs and common, in-office procedures. We will continue to serve our outlying communities in New London, Ripon, Shawano, and Waupaca. Your cardiologist will also continue to provide services if you are admitted to a ThedaCare hospital or Ascension St. Elizabeth. At each hospital you must specifically ask for a Heart and Vascular cardiologist.
Let us reassure you that you will continue to receive the same exceptional care you have come to expect from us. We are excited about the ways this move allows us to improve your overall health care experience. Doing what is best for our patients will always remain our highest priority.
There’s still one week left to vote for HVI in the Best of the Valley contest! Click the link below and head to the Beauty & Health section to vote for us in the Cardiology Clinic/Hospital category.
We’re also proud to announce that HVI has been chosen as a Cardiology Clinic finalist in several other “Best Of” contests across the state, including Oshkosh, Manitowoc, and Milwaukee. Please consider taking the time to vote for us in these other contests as well (links below).
Oshkosh - thenorthwestern.gannettcontests.com/Best-of-Winnebego-County-2023/
Manitowoc - htrnews.gannettcontests.com/Best-of-the-Lakeshore-2023/
Milwaukee - jsonline.gannettcontests.com/Top-Choice-Awards-2023/ ... See MoreSee Less
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We are excited to have Benjamin Brewer at the Heart Institute selling premium coffee from 7am to 10am. Open for our employees, patients, visitors and the public. Stop by and get a great cup of joe! ... See MoreSee Less
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Good News To End National Heart Month
Today is the last day of National Heart Month and we are only a few days away from the annual meeting of the American College of Cardiology.
One item we are all looking forward to this weekend at the meeting is a new study showing that heart attack deaths (aka Acute Myocardial Infarctions or AMI's for short) have declined in the last 20 years.
This is great news that Americans are less likely to die of a heart attack. But let's not kid ourselves, cardiovascular disease is still the #1 killer of Americans (1 in 4 deaths), and this news should not detract from the reality that we have a long way to go in reducing the impact of cardiovascular disease on our population.
So rather than wait another year for Heart Month 2024 to raise awareness, our hope is that people can stay focused on these 8 ways to lower your heart disease risk:
1) Do not smoke or use other tobacco products
2) Improve your cholesterol levels
3) Control high blood pressure
4) Get active and move every day as much as you can
5) Follow a heart healthy diet
6) Get to a healthy weight
7) Control diabetes
8) Manage stress and anger ... See MoreSee Less
Heart attack deaths down in US: ‘We’re making progress in the right direction’The study, to be presented March 5 at ACC.23/WCC in New Orleans, examined outcomes data from 1999 to 2020.
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The talk by Dr. Ciske, scheduled for tomorrow at noon at the Neenah/Menasha YMCA, has been cancelled.
Dr. Carrie Chapman is still speaking tomorrow at 5:00 pm at the Appleton YMCA. The title of her talk is "A New Generation of Addiction" (Vaping and its effects on our youth) ... See MoreSee Less
Do you know your key indicators for Cardiovascular Health?
When people think about important indicators to judge cardiovascular health, most often cholesterol level and blood pressure come to mind, although I suspect many people don't know their target blood pressure or the differences between cholesterol test measures of HDL, LDL and Triglycerides.
But there are many more important numbers you may want to be aware of. These include:
Your Coronary Artery Calcium Score
Your fasting Glucose level
Your heart valve ejection fractions
Your body mass index
Your ankle brachial index
Your degree of carotid artery stenosis
The diameter of your abdominal aorta
The degree of leg claudication
These, and other important measures, will be discussed during the remaining series of talks being given this month by cardiologists from the Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin at local YMCAs.
The events are free, open to the public, and do not require any advance registration - just show up!
February 7th, 5:00 pm - Apple Creek YMCA
Dr. Thomas Tamlyn: "Varicose veins and leg pain. Sometimes you see it. Sometimes you don't"
February 14th, 5:00 pm - Appleton YMCA
Dr. Carrie Chapman: "Know your numbers (how to be proactive when it comes to understanding your cardiac risk"
February 20th, 10:30 am - Neenah Ogden YMCA and Tennis Center
Dr. Agei Enoh: "TAVR, a less invasive approach to aortic valve replacement"
February 28th, 11:00 am - Neenah/Menasha YMCA
Dr. Ben Ciske: "Watchman - An alternative to lifelong use of blood thinners"
February 28th, 5:00 pm - Appleton YMCA
Dr. Carrie Chapman: "A new generation of addiction (vaping and its effects on our youth)" ... See MoreSee Less
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