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Corrigan Minehan Heart Center

An adaptive approach to expanding access to high-quality cardiovascular care. We are on the brink of a revolutionary new era in cardiovascular care — one that will allow patients anywhere to access expert care.

The Corrigan Minehan Heart Center at Massachusetts General Hospital is:

  • A champion of the multidisciplinary team approach to care, a critical component to effective treatment and recovery
  • Committed to integration of clinical research with patient care, ensuring the best treatment for each patient at the right time
  • A leader in identifying individuals at risk for heart disease and in developing cardiac devices and procedures to reduce that risk
  • Home to an organ transplant team that is a pioneer in expanding the pool of available organ donors, offering a second chance at life to those with no other options

Leveraging a new suite of digital tools, our expertise in telemedicine and our leadership in groundbreaking discoveries, we’ll lead the way in delivering coordinated, personalized, comprehensive cardiovascular care.

Doreen Defaria Yeh, Sawalla Guseh, MD

Imagine a future where ...

  • Providers develop a personalized plan for health that responds and adapts to an individual’s needs across their lifetime.
  • Most patients remain in the comfort of their home with communication and monitoring tools to ensure safe, stress-free of management and recovery from their disease.
  • A suite of tools allows us to predict and prevent most cardiovascular diseases — and, when that’s not possible, effective treatments lead to recovery.

With faculty and staff who bring unrivaled expertise in cardiovascular research and care, the Heart Center is well-positioned to bring this future to life.

By the Numbers

2022 was a record-breaking year at the Corrigan Minehan Heart Center.
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1,996 Operating Room Cases

Not only is this a number that broke Heart Center records, it also represents a 9% increase over the prior year.

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54 Heart Transplants

This is the highest number of transplants ever performed in one year in our history, and also the highest number in New England.

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73,944 Cardiology Office Visits

With approximately 1,420 office visits each week, this number saw an 11.5% increase over the prior year.

The Global Cardiology team’s visit to Haiti included Doreen DeFaria Yeh, MD, Oyere Onuma, MD, Carl Turissini, MD, and Njambi Mathenge, MD, MPH
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