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Alaska Heart Institute is recognized for excellence in cardiology in the state of Alaska and beyond.

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From prevention to diagnosis to treatment, we offer a full complement of cardiovascular services.

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Imaging

We are proud to offer the most advanced cardiovascular imaging services in the state of Alaska.

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To ensure a healthy future for our community, we've created a proactive approach to preventing heart disease.

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Our mission is to provide exceptional cardiovascular care for all Alaskans. We are proud to give back to our community.

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News & Updates

Alaska Heart Beat; Spring 2015

March 26, 2015

You can view the full newsletter here , or read below. Our Iditarod Docs Embrace the Spirit of Alaska At the Alaska Heart & Vascular Institute, we are proud to have a talented team provide the highest quality of cardiovascular care to Alaskans. This year, AHVI physicians are participating in an event that has a special […]

May 27, 2015

May 27, 2015

  The Alaska Heart & Vascular Institute dedicates itself to our patients’ comfort. We see minimally invasive methods to treat discomfort as especially efficient. Our veins can become damaged. Conditions such as obesity, inactivity and high blood pressure all cause strain in our veins. The amount of pressure needed to propel blood, against the natural […]

May 20, 2015

May 20, 2015

High blood pressure (HPB) affects many areas of our bodies, especially our veins, which are vulnerable to its stress. Suffering from high blood pressure can tax our veins and force them to work harder to push blood throughout the body. The harder your circulatory system works, the more potential it has of collecting materials such […]

May 13, 2015

May 13, 2015

Our body is a cyclical system. Blood goes out to the muscles and organs, bringing them oxygen and nutrients, then it travels through veins to the lungs and heart to be replenished. Those hardworking veins can become damaged and superficial thrombophlebitis can occur, which is when a vein becomes inflamed due to a blood clot. […]

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