We welcome referrals from cardiologists, primary care doctors and other medical professionals. Our doctors, clinicians and staff members are devoted to providing the best care possible, delivered with human touch. We call it Humancare. We are committed to treating each and every person we serve with dignity and respect.
To refer a patient, please complete the relevant form below and fax it to us.
- Seton Heart Institute Physician Referral Form
- Outpatient Phase II Cardiac Rehabilitation and Secondary Prevention Patient Referral Form
- Advanced Heart Failure & Transplant – Patient Referral Form Class III-IV Heart Failure
This video provides more information for physicians about the benefits of referring a patient to Seton’s Heart Care team.
Women’s Heart Center
The Women’s Heart Center provides comprehensive services for risk assessment, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease in women. It has been designed to help women who have survived heart-related crises or those who are at significant risk for having one in the future through a preventive approach, with access to all of the state of the art facilities within the Seton Healthcare Family.
- The Women’s Heart Center Flier provides more details for physicians.
No physician referral is needed. To schedule an appointment please call 512-324-3440.
Our Arrhythmia Center offers advanced care for heart rhythm disorders, including device implantation and management.
- The Arrhythmia Center brochure covers more information for referring physicians.
To refer a patient, call 512-324-3444 and specify EP referral.
Cardiac MRI uses radio waves, magnetic fields and sophisticated computer software to create a highly accurate, complete assessment of a patient’s heart.
For more information or assistance, please call 512–504–0860.
Advanced Heart Failure & Transplant Boot Camp
Boot Camp is a program offered through Seton Heart Care Transplant and Heart Specialty Center which aims to teach patients how to manage their heart failure. They meet with our heart failure team who will educate them and manage their heart disease. Once the program is completed, the patient returns to their primary cardiologist for continued follow up and care.
For more information, please call 512-681-0500 and ask for a Boot Camp Coordinator.