University of Michigan

Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of Americans today. The University of Michigan Samuel and Jean Frankel Cardiovascular Center is on the forefront of innovative, advanced efforts to combat the magnitude of cardiovascular disease. Specific to heart valve disease, the Frankel Cardiovascular Center has expert, multidisciplinary medical teams, ongoing research at our new Cardiovascular Research Center, and a clinical building where our patients can take advantage of advanced technologies in beautiful surroundings.

Using the latest surgical and minimally invasive techniques our valvular experts include Stanley Chetcuti, Himanshu Patel, P. Michael Grossman, G. Michael Deeb, Matthew Romano and Daniel Menees (from left to right in the picture above).

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Over 1,000 TAVR Procedures & Counting...

U-M Frankel Cardiovascular Center offers patients all available aortic valve replacement (TAVR) options and recently celebrated performing its 1,000th TAVR procedure—the most in Michigan.

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Meet Our Heart Valve Specialists

University of Michigan has assembled a special team of heart valve specialists that are committed to getting patients the best results. Our team consists of many leading surgeons and cardiologists that you can learn more about by clicking the links below:

Our Patients Say

I am convinced that seeking Dr. Bolling out was the best decision I made with regard to my mitral valve ... Read more.

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Clinical References For Our Patients

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