The cardiac team at NYU Langone’s Heart Valve Center is among the most experienced and sought-out in the country for the treatment of people with heart valve disease. We have more than 40 years of experience in heart valve repair and replacement, and are innovators in the care of people with aortic valve disease, mitral valve disease, and tricuspid valve disease.
Through our Mitral Valve Repair Program, we specialize in minimally invasive and robotic surgical techniques, and complex procedures that require extensive surgical skill and expertise. Our doctors have performed more than 4,000 mitral valve repair procedures—among the most of any center in the world.
At our Transcatheter Heart Valve Program, we are pioneers in nonsurgical procedures that use only a small incision in the groin to access the aortic or mitral valve. Our doctors have performed more than 5,000 transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) procedures, and we are one of the highest-volume centers for mitral valve repair using MitraClip®.
Our expertise in all heart valve surgical techniques allows us to give every person the treatment best suited to their condition. Our goal is to provide the most effective, long-term outcome that helps you return to the life you enjoy.
“I feel good knowing that the procedure is done and I can live with less shortness of breath.”
John, 78Read Our Heart Valve Center Patient Stories
Our surgeons were the first in the country to perform several procedures, including minimally invasive port access mitral valve repair and nonsurgical transcatheter mitral valve replacement.
To continue the advancement of heart valve technologies and procedures, we are actively involved in research and offer our patients the opportunity to participate in more than a dozen clinical trials.
Our team of doctors specializes in evaluating and treating patients with heart valve disease and has pioneered new treatment options that advance the care of patients.
Our cardiologists use echocardiography to diagnose and manage conditions that affect the way blood moves through your heart.
Our doctors use catheter-based techniques to treat coronary artery disease, valvular disease, and peripheral arterial disease.