UCSF Medical Center | 100 Hospitals with Great Heart Programs 2017

UCSF Medical Center (San Francisco). The 16-bed UCSF Heart & Vascular Center's Heart Transplant Program began in 1989 and has provided more than 250 heart transplants since then. The center also houses the UCSF Cardiovascular Genetics Program to identify individuals at risk of heart conditions and the Asian Heart & Vascular Center, established in 2006 to serve the Asian Americans, who account for a third of the population in San Francisco. The hospital has earned national recognition such as U.S. News & World Report's ranking as one of the top 50 hospitals in the names for cardiology and heart surgery. Blue Cross Blue Shield Association also honored UCSF Medical Center's heart services with the Blue Distinction Center for cardiac care designation.

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