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A healthy heart is a big part of what keeps you moving every day. Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett is dedicated to providing a strong cardiology program so you can receive high-quality care when you need it most. This commitment is what led us to achieving Chest Pain Center accreditation from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care. At our hospital, you’ll find dedicated heart team of highly trained cardiologists and heart specialists available to treat any heart emergency.

In 2013, Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett was named an American Heart Association Get with the Guidelines Gold Plus honoree in heart failure. We are one of just four hospitals in Tennessee to receive the Gold Plus designation in heart failure. Gold hospitals follow treatment guidelines in certain key measures at least 85 percent of the time and have maintained this performance level for consecutive 12-month intervals. The “Plus” awards represent a current gold or silver award and additional 75 percent compliance with module specific quality measures for at least 12 consecutive months.

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