Why Come to Nebraska Medicine for Heart Valve Treatments?
Interventional and Structural Heart Care Expertise
The only program of its type in Omaha, Nebraska Medicine’s interventional and structural heart programs specialize in offering some of the most advanced and innovative minimally invasive procedures to repair flaws in the heart, heart septum and heart valves. Our skilled cardiac surgeons and structural and interventional cardiologists perform minimally invasive procedures for heart problems that have been traditionally treated with open heart surgery, offering treatments that are less invasive, safer, have quicker recoveries and most importantly, excellent outcomes.
- Aortic Valve Stenosis
- Bicuspid and Tricuspid Valve Disease
- Congenital Heart Disease
- Complex and Advanced Valve Disease
- Damage Caused by Infection or Heart Attack
- Hypercholesterolemia - Calcium Build Up
- Hypertrophic Obstructive Cardiomyopathy
- Infective Endocarditis
- Marfan's Syndrome
- MItral Valve Prolapse
- Mitral Valve Regurgitation
- Mitral Valve Stenosis
- Perivalvular Leak
Leading Edge Valve Repair and Replacement
- Minimally Invasive Pera-valvular Leak Closure
- Complex Valve in Valve Replacement
- MitraClip Procedure for Mitral Valve Regurgitation
- Mitral Valve Prosthesis Valve in Valve
- Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)
Comprehensive Heart Care Team
Our heart and vascular network has local, regional and nationally recognized expertise in cardiology, cardiothoracic surgery, cardiac anesthesiology, advanced cardiac imaging, congenital heart disease and more all that serve on a multi-disciplinary team with one goal, working together to provide state of the art heart and vascular care.
Accreditations and Awards
The Society of Thoracic Surgeons 3 Star Rating
As a national leader in health care transparency and accountability, The Society of Thoracic Surgeons believes that the public has a right to know the quality of surgical outcomes.
To further this goal, the Society has established the STS Public Reporting initiative, which allows participants in the STS National Database to voluntarily report their surgical outcomes to the public on the STS website, the Consumer Reports website, or both.
The first public reporting scores and ratings were published in September 2010 on isolated coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) surgery data that were included in the ACSD. Since then, the initiative has grown to include isolated aortic valve replacement (AVR) and combined AVR and CABG (AVR+CABG) from the ACSD, observed-to-expected operative mortality ratios for procedures in the CHSD, and lobectomy procedures in the GTSD.
Using this information, consumers can see how participating cardiac surgical groups compare with national benchmarks for overall performance, survival, complications, and other measures. Nebraska Medicine is proud to achieve a 3 Star rating for cardiac surgery.