Heart and Vascular Care in Canton, GA is located on the Northside Hospital Cherokee Campus in Medical Building 460, 3rd floor. Northside Hospital Cherokee is a full service 118-bed hospital, committed to advancing health care in Cherokee County. Our physicians have served as Directors of Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories at Northside Hospital Cherokee.
Canton, situated in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, is home to 23,000 people. The area is accessible from Atlanta via Interstate 575. Surrounding communities to Canton include Holly Springs, Ball Ground, and Hickory Flat. The area is known for its Cherokee Nation heritage and historic downtown.
Heart and Vascular Care is committed to serving residents of Canton and the surrounding community. Staffed by experienced physicians, certified nurse practitioners, and a complete medical support team, HVC’s patients receive the best medical care in the region. Treatment plans are based on each person’s unique cardiac and vascular condition using the latest in testing. Our HVC Vein Center can treat people with symptoms including:
HVC’s onsite Vein Center treats:
Additionally, our award-winning physicians we treat Cardiac Disease. We perform minimally invasive treatments as well as surgical procedures at Northside Hospital Cherokee and other local hospitals.
Making an appointment at our Canton location is easier than ever.
The physicians at Heart and Vascular Care, Inc are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak via the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) and the World Health Organization (WHO). The virus and protocols around it are changing quickly, and we are working to mitigate any impact on our patients, staff and providers.
We ask all patients and their guests who have a fever, symptoms of a respiratory infection, or have been exposed to a person with a coronavirus, the flu or any other communicable disease to please call to reschedule their appointments or procedures.
We will be posting signs in our offices and following CDC and Georgia DPH recommendations for screening and management of patients. If you are at all concerned you may have a serious infectious disease, your best course of action is to call or seek care from your primary care physician’s office or local hospital’s emergency department.
Please remember that the best way to prevent the spread of communicable disease is cleanliness and hand washing.
Again, this is an evolving situation, and we will be closely monitoring it and providing
our patients and staff updates. We are doing everything we can to keep our patients and staff healthy.
If you have questions or need any assistance rescheduling an appointment, please call us at 678-513-2273.