The BSA Heart and Vascular Center provides comprehensive services for all stages of cardiac care from diagnosis to recovery.
BSA offers $99 coronary artery calcium scoring, a test which will detect calcium deposits in the arteries.
Knowing your artery calcium score can help you detect potential heart issues before they occur. The test is quick and painless. A physician referral is required. To schedule an appointment, please call 806-212-8888.
For patients who have issues with their heart's electrical signals, BSA's Electrophysiology Lab provides the following services:
BSA Cardiothoracic Surgery offers expert surgical care for patients needing treatment for issues of the heart, lungs and other organs of the chest.
Surgical services include:
For patients experiencing a heart event, the BSA Cardiac Catheterization Lab provides life-saving services, including:
During recovery after a heart event, patients can attend the BSA Cardiac Rehab Program, a 12-week long program that includes exercise, education and support.
Patient benefits of the program include:
BSA Hospital has been recognized as a Blue Distinction Center+ for cardiac care by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas. BSA Hospital is currently the only hospital in Amarillo with this designation. Facilities recognized as a Blue Distinction Center+ show expertise in delivering improved patient safety and better health outcomes.
BSA is an accredited Chest Pain Center by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care for the ability to assess, diagnose and treat patients who may be experiencing a heart attack.
BSA is proud to be the only facility in the Texas Panhandle to offer Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacements (TAVR) to patients. It is a safe and effective solution for patients suffering from aortic stenosis. More than 2.5 million people, ages 75 and older, suffer from aortic stenosis, a condition caused by narrowed heart valves. These narrow valves result in the reduction or blockage of blood flow from the heart to the body. This condition can lead to heart failure or disease, the number one killer in America.
You may qualify for TAVR if you suffer from aortic stenosis. Typically, aortic stenosis is caused from:
A physician referral is required. For more information, call 806-212-4668.
Knowing the risks, signs and preventive measures for heart-related issues can be life-saving. Learn more about protecting your heart by downloading the Early Heart Attack Care (EHAC) Guide below.