We were the first in the region to perform procedures including: Cardiac Catheterizations, Primary Angioplasty, Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms, and Carotid Artery Stenting. Learn more about all the procedures we offer.

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Chairman’s Message

Innovators at Heart: Florida Heart & Vascular Multi-Specialty Group
Making excellent care for patients a priority through innovation and research

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Our Physicians

Working as a team across cardiovascular and multi-specialty disciplines, we are able to provide the best-possible individualized plan of care for the diagnosis and treatment of each patient.

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Welcome to the Region’s Most Complete, Private Heart-Care Facility

When you need us, Florida Heart & Vascular Center will be here for you with services that are far reaching in breadth and scope.

Founded in 1991 by internationally-recognized interventional Cardiologist Dr. David Lew, the Center provides patients with the highest level of cardiovascular and peripheral vascular care through expertise, a high-trained nursing staff and leading-edge technology.

Endovenous Laser Therapy for Treating Varicose Veins

Endovenous laser therapy (EVLT) is an excellent method for treating varicose veins in an office setting. EVLT is a new minimally invasive procedure used to treat the incompetence of the greater saphenous vein in a short period of time, usually just 30 minutes. During the procedure, a thin laser fiber is inserted into a greater saphenous vein, and then laser energy is delivered through the fiber and into the vein, causing the vein to close. It is done under local anesthesia. There are few complications with this procedure and it has a low recurrence rate.



Monday – Friday: 9 am – 5 pm

  • Immediate Cardiac Care Services *
  • Unanticipated, non-emergency cardiac needs
  • Rapid, pre-operative
  • Appointments preferred. Walk-ins accepted
  • No referral needed
    (unless required by your insurance)

* Immediate Cardiac Care does not take the place of, and is not competing with hospital emergency departments. In the event of an emergency, or if symptms occur outside office hours, call 911.