Take a walk through the new Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin as the building process continues. This state-of-the-art facility with cutting-edge technology will open April 1, 2019. This independent practice will offer a variety of cardiac services and diagnostic tests. To schedule your appointment, call 920-886-9380.
As part of WFRVs Celebrating Women program, Dr. Chapman shares the news of the new, independent practice, Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin. The new practice opens April 1. The physicians, providers and staff, many who were part of the team at ThedaCare, are excited to provide patient-first care to all those they serve.
Providing care in Appleton and surrounding communities since 1968, group opens Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin
APPLETON, Wis. (FEB. 14, 2019) – The physicians currently providing cardiovascular care at ThedaCare will form a new independent practice on April 1, called the Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin. This group will begin serving patients in early April at their new location at 5045 W. Grande Market Drive in Appleton, Wisconsin, just off College Avenue, near the Appleton International Airport. Additional regional office locations in or near Oshkosh, New London, Waupaca, Shawano, and Chilton will soon be announced and will bring the same quality care to patients in those areas.
“It is our responsibility to let current patients know of this change to ensure safety through continuity and access of care,” Dr. Carrie Chapman, cardiologist, said. “Our patients can continue to see the same doctors and staff who have provided cardiovascular care since 1968, just now at a new location. We are passion-driven and strive to provide affordable and accessible care. Lastly, we want our patients to know we will accept most major insurance companies.”
Chapman is among the 15 physicians who will comprise the Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin team. The group specializes in all areas of heart and vascular disease, specifically coronary artery disease, arrhythmias, heart disease, heart failure, hypertension, and prevention, and are committed to individualized care plans for each patient. Additional services will include cardiac catheterization, ablation and pacemaker implantation and TAVR.
Current patients of these physicians can ask for their patient records to be transferred through their current provider via a release form. This form is also available at heartandvascularwi.com. New patients who wish to make an appointment can call 920.886.9380 between 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. to schedule a time. Current patients who have appointments scheduled after March 30, 2019 should call 920-886-9380 or visit heartandvascularwi.com to reaffirm or reschedule.
Ranking among the best within the state and nationally, and with more than a combined 50 years of combined experience, the physicians and providers of the Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin will focus on providing exceptional care that is accessible and affordable to all those they serve. With a patient-first approach, Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin will deliver compassionate care using advanced and innovative technologies, providing patients with state-of-the-art treatments.
Dr. Carrie Chapman, cardiologist and lead physician at the Heart and Vascular Institute of Wisconsin shares her story of health and fitness. The explores areas such as patient care, issues facing our youth and making healthy choices. You can read the entire article here.