Women’s Heart Center
Texas Heart Medical Group Women’s Heart Center provides health care for women that incorporates the latest women-focused research. We evaluate every woman carefully to create a personalized care plan that will improve health and wellness and empower women as they partner with us through every step of their journey.
Our trusted team of compassionate women’s health experts brings together hundreds of years of experience and is led by the Director of Texas Heart Institute’s Center for Women’s Heart & Vascular Health, Dr. Stephanie Coulter.
Through coordinated patient-focused care, we pave the way for a better future for all women with cardiovascular disease through our unwavering commitment to excellence and improving the quality of life for our patients.
By combining state-of-the-art health care with an integrative wellness approach, we have developed a progressive women’s heart program to treat heart conditions arising during pregnancy, spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD) and Fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD,) Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, complex arrhythmia management, and other heart and vascular conditions disproportionately affecting women of all ages.
Top-Ranked Heart Center
Texas Heart Medical Group doctors are leaders in treating women with cardiovascular disease and have spearheaded some of the most innovative clinical care protocols in the medical field today.
Texas Heart Institute is recognized nationally and internationally for developing novel imaging techniques, minimally invasive interventional techniques, and prevention and disease management strategies. Our clinical leadership continues to apply new knowledge about the underlying causes of heart disease in women and the ways in which we can better treat and prevent it.
We welcome the opportunity to help women in our local, regional, and global community by ensuring they have access to the best care for their needs.
Research to Improve Treatment Outcomes
Through our practice, you may have the opportunity to participate in clinical trials. Texas Heart Institute’s clinical trials include experimental treatments that may lead to better patient care for people with heart failure.