Good Samaritan Dayson Heart Center
Cardiology Services in Indiana & Illinois Counties
Good Samaritan’s Dayson Heart Center is a comprehensive center focused
on the prevention, detection, treatment, and rehabilitation of cardiovascular
and circulatory diseases. We offer state-of-the-art technology and advanced
treatment in a patient-focused environment, close to home. The skilled
cardiologists, vascular/thoracic surgeon and support staff strive to provide
you with the best patient care resulting in better outcomes and the availability
of more advanced treatment options.
Good Samaritan Dayson Heart Center
520 S. Seventh Street
Vincennes, IN 47591
812-885-3243 or 800-928-3243
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Comprehensive Heart & Vascular Services
At Good Samaritan, we have outfitted the Dayson Heart Center with the latest
equipment for diagnosing and treating heart disease. Our multidisciplinary
approach aims to diagnose and treat a wide range of cardiovascular issues
for patients of all ages.
With our Board Certified Physicians of Interventional Cardiologist and
Cardiothoracic Surgeons, you can rest easy knowing that you and your family
will get the care and attention you deserve. Our seasoned team of medical
professionals are also supported by Acute Care Nurse Practitioners as
well as other Clinical Specialists.
We believe in taking a holistic approach to care, and also offer many services
to assist patients with their mental and emotional needs while treating
The Dayson Heart Center
- Two State of Art Cardiac Catheterization Labs, with one being a Hybrid
Lab, where endovascular AAA repairs and peripheral stenting is performed.
Cardiac catheterizations are performed to identify blockages in coronary
arteries. If blockages are found, cardiologists will perform non-surgical
procedures to open blocked arteries.
- Echocardiogram (ECHO). Using ultrasound, an ECHO evaluates valvular function
of your heart
- Electrocardiogram (EKG). An EKG records electrical activity of your heart
- Stress Testing. Stress tests evaluate your heart’s response to physical
stress or exercise. Stress tests may be performed with exercise or by
using medications to simulate the effects of exercise.
- Holter and Event Monitoring. Monitors for patients to wear home to record
heart rhythm when symptoms such as irregular heart beat occur.
- Pacemaker Clinic – follow up for patients with permanent pacemaker
or implantable defibrillators.
- CHF Clinic – Outpatient clinic with focus on symptom control and
- Lipid Clinic – Outpatient clinic focusing on reducing lipids by education
and medication control
- Anticoagulation Clinic – Outpatient clinic monitoring patients on
long-term anticoagulation for various vascular condition such as atrial
Phase One – Inpatient education for patients that are recovering from heart
attacks or cardiac cath lab interventions.
Phase Two – Outpatient cardiac exercise program with exercise while being
Phase Three – Outpatient program with intermittent monitoring for patients completing
phase two, with focus on reducing cardiac risk factors.
Vascular and Thoracic Surgery
At Good Samaritan we offer an array of cutting-edge treatment options for
both vascular and thoracic concerns. Our Thoracic Surgeon, Elizabeth Ashworth,
MD, is highly skilled in treating and diagnosing complex issues related
to these areas of the body. To learn more,
please click here.
Heart disease is a silent killer and the number one cause of death in the
United States. While heart disease may not manifest any debilitating symptoms
before a heart attack or stroke occurs, your physician can assess the
condition of your cardiovascular system and risk of sustaining a cardiac event.
Though heart disease is a prevalent problem in the U.S., it is also a preventable
one. Changes in diet, exercise, and lifestyle can help you avoid and even
undo the damage to your heart and arteries. Our Community Health Department
offers a wide array of
health screenings throughout the community. Learn more about the condition of your heart
and what you can do to take action against heart disease.
Call 812-885-3243 or 800-928-3243 to contact the Good Samaritan Dayson