Northwestern University is an educational and research institution. Members of Feinberg Cardiovascular Research Institute provide clinical patient care through Feinberg-affiliated hospitals. Feinberg is not a patient care destination.
Heart Institutes at Northwestern Medicine
The Heart Institutes at Northwestern Medicine, including FCVRI, represent the comprehensive approach to cardiovascular health at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and Northwestern Memorial HealthCare. Brining the best talent and facilities of Northwestern with a shared mission, we intend to impact heart disease in a big, bold, and disruptive manner.
Northwestern Medicine Resources
Northwestern’s Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute (BCVI), also part of the Heart Institutes at Northwestern Medicine, was created in 2004 to provide top-quality, personalized cardiovascular care and is structured around six clinical centers:
- Center for Coronary Disease
- Center for Heart Failure
- Center for Heart Rhythm Disorders
- Center for Heart Valve Disease
- Center for Preventive Cardiology
- Center for Vascular Disease
The Division of Nephrology at Northwestern Medicine provides diagnosis and treatment for disorders and diseases of the kidneys as well as hypertension disorders.