Doctors who treat

Cleveland Clinic has the nation's largest valve treatment program.

Doctors vary in quality due to differences in training and experience; hospitals differ in the number of services available. The more complex your medical problem, the greater these differences in quality become and the more they matter.

Clearly, the doctor and hospital that you choose for complex, specialized medical care will have a direct impact on how well you do. To help you make this choice, please review our Miller Family Heart and Vascular Institute Outcomes.

Cleveland Clinic Heart and Vascular Institute Surgeons

The following Mitral Valve Center surgeons specialize in mitral valve surgery:

The Mitral Valve Center surgeons offers expertise and experience to provide the best outcomes possible.

The Miller Family Heart and Vascular Institute offers specialty centers and clinics for patients whose treatment requires the expertise of a group of doctors and surgeons who focus on valve disease:

If you would like to find out if you are a candidate for minimally invasive mitral valve surgery or learn more about minimally invasive heart surgery, contact us, chat online with a nurse or call the Miller Family Heart and Vascular Institute Resource & Information Nurse at 216.445.9288 or toll-free at 866.289.6911. We would be happy to help you.

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Last reviewed by a Cleveland Clinic medical professional on 07/19/2019.

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