High blood pressure is often called the silent killer because it has no symptoms.

Having high blood pressure is a significant risk factor for developing stroke and a heart attack. If you have high blood pressure, you should work closely with your doctor to keep it under control. Managing it can greatly reduce your heart disease risk. Our doctors can help you manage your condition.

Why come to Nebraska Medicine for treatment of your high blood pressure?

Leaders in Cardiology

A regional leader in cardiology, Nebraska Medicine’s Heart and Vascular Center provides the most comprehensive and sophisticated care using the latest innovations and therapies in heart and vascular care and surgery.

Expert Subspecialty Heart Care

No matter what type of cardiac care you may need now or in the future, we will likely have cardiologists who subspecialize in this area. Our Heart and Vascular Center includes physicians who subspecialize in areas such as cardiac electrophysiology, interventional cardiology, diagnostic heart and vascular imaging, congenital heart disease, advanced heart failure and heart transplantation. These subspecialties afford our center an abundance of experience and expertise that allows us to treat individuals with the most complex and rarest forms of heart disease. We are also a leader in cardiac surgery, providing the most advanced, complex and life-saving surgical treatments for patients with heart and vascular disease and some of the highest volumes of cardiac surgeries in the region.

Partnered with University of Nebraska Medical Center 

The University of Nebraska Medical Center is Nebraska Medicine's official academic partner. That means not only are our doctors treating patients, many of them also are conducting research leading to the next generation of medications and procedures related to high blood pressure and many other ailments.

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