Interventional Cardiology

Part of Cardiovascular Health

What We Offer You for Interventional Cardiology Care

Stanford Health Notes Video: TAVR Procedure (Heart Valve Surgery)
When it was too exhausting to walk more than 30 feet without resting, Gary Verwer knew that something was wrong and he needed to see his cardiologist. Verwer was diagnosed with severe aortic stenosis, but due to a bypass surgery years earlier he was not eligible for open surgical valve replacement. Verwer instead underwent a new, less invasive procedure as part of a clinical trial, called transcatheter aortic valve replacement or TAVR. To read more about the TAVR procedure: Learn more: Visit:


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Your Doctors

Interventional Cardiologist

If you need heart care, you will likely work with an interventional cardiologist at some point. These doctors are specially trained cardiologists who can access your heart through an artery or vein using thin tubes called catheters. They can help with your initial consultation, diagnostic tests, or treatment.

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Nurse Practitioner

Nurse practitioners (NPs) are registered nurses (RNs) who have advanced education and clinical training. They can perform physical exams, diagnose and treat health problems, order lab work and X-rays, prescribe medicines, and provide health information.

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Clinical Nurse Specialist

A clinical nurse specialist is an advanced practice nurse who has completed graduate education. This specialist uses clinical expertise and research to improve patient outcomes. A clinical nurse specialist may devise and implement new strategies for nurses in a particular area, such as cancer, to improve patient care.

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Academic Medical Center (AMC) Roles

Extended Care Team

Nurses and Nurse Coordinators (RN)


Technicians and Device Coordinators

We go beyond offering specialized expertise and leading treatments to making our care accessible and convenient. Once contacted, we usually see people within a week, prioritizing those with more pressing needs. For many procedures, such as angioplasty, we can often safely send you home the same day so you do not need to stay in the hospital.

Convenient Care for All Your Cardiology Needs

Frequently Asked Questions

Considering Stanford
What insurance plans does Stanford Health Care accept?

We participate in a wide range of insurance plans. View the list of insurance plans accepted by Stanford Health Care »

Have insurance or pre-authorization questions? The Patient Financial Clearance team is available Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., to answer your questions. Please call 650-724-4445 or 1-877-291-7335 (toll free).

How do I find the right doctor for me?
What Interventional Cardiology support services are available?
Do I need a doctor referral to be seen at the Heart and Vascular Center?

You can call the Interventional Cardiology clinic directly to schedule an appointment with a Stanford Health Care doctor. Call 650-725-2621 to make an appointment. 

What areas of clinical research and innovation are Stanford doctors currently pursuing?
Is financial assistance available?
First Appointment
How long does it take to get a first appointment?
What can I expect on my first appointment?
What should I bring to my first appointment?
I need directions to the clinic. Where do I park?

Heart and Vascular Center - Heart Clinic 1
300 Pasteur Drive
3rd Floor, Room A31
Stanford, CA 94305
Phone: 650-725-2621

How do I send my medical record to SHC?
How do I cancel or reschedule my appointment?

Please call our clinic receptionists at 650-725-2621. They are available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. to help you with rescheduling or canceling your appointment. 

Can my family member or friend attend my appointment?
Can I record my discussion with my doctor during my appointment?
What is the best way to get all my questions answered during my appointment?
Current Patients
How do I pay my bill?

You have multiple options when it comes to paying your bill.

  • Pay Online:
    • You can log in to MyHealth or the MyHealth mobile app to see and pay your bill.

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  • You can also pay as a guest to pay your bill without logging in.
  • Pay by mail:  
    • Stanford Health Care
      P.O. Box 740715, Los Angeles, CA 90074-0715
      Los Angeles, CA 90074-0715
  • Pay by Phone:
    • You can call our Patient Billing Customer Service Office

For our latest business hours and for more information about billing, visit our Billing page. 

What Interventional Cardiology support services are available?
How do I cancel or reschedule my appointment?

Please call our clinic receptionists at 650-725-2621They are available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. to help you reschedule or cancel your appointment. 

How do I know if a Clinical Trial is right for me?
International Patients
I live overseas. How do I access Stanford care?

Many of our programs are available to international patients.

Our International Medicine Services team can help you find the right doctor, estimate medical costs, book travel, and get you information about Stanford programs and services. Please call +1 650-723-8561 or email to get started. 

For Health Care Professionals

Fax a referral form with supporting documentation to 650-320-9443.

Phone: 1-866-742-4811

Fax: 650-320-9443
Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m – 5 p.m.