If you’re experiencing chest pain and/or shortness of breath call 9-1-1 immediately.

We’re safe. So you’re safe.

Our top priority is to provide high-quality and safe care. In fact, only about 1% of our 25,000 healthcare professionals have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 120 days. We’re still the same Jefferson you’ve come to know and trust, with a few more heroes you’ll get to meet.

We have the following measures in place to keep you safe:

  • Universal Masking
    We equip all of our employees and patients with masks
  • Social Distancing
    Seating has been reconfigured in lobbies, cafeterias and waiting rooms in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendation of keeping at least six feet of space between you and others
  • Hygienic Environment
    Increased cleaning and disinfecting of patient care areas
  • “Low Touch” Care
    No touch registration available on mobile phones
  • Office Visits and Online Visits
    If in person visits are not available or not preferred our providers are available to connect with you online anytime, anywhere

Learn more about our safety measures.


Heart disease is the leading cause of mortality in the United States — responsible for an estimated 1 in 4 deaths in America each year. Being informed and learning about your heart health can prevent damage before it starts and minimize your chances of sudden death. If you have questions about your cardiovascular health, Jefferson Health cardiologists are here to help where you are – in Northeast Philadelphia and Bucks County.

Jefferson Health cardiologists are at the forefront of advancing the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of heart and vascular disease. They treat a variety of cardiovascular disorders with a combination of personalized care, renowned expertise and advanced treatment.

Complete Heart Care at Jefferson Torresdale Hospital

The Heart Center at Jefferson Torresdale Hospital conveniently offers a full range of cardiology services right in Northeast Philadelphia. Our patient-centered services cater to wide range of cardiology needs, from diagnostic screenings and general cardiology support to advanced heart treatments.

  • Emergency cardiac care
  • Full-service, onsite 24 hour cath lab with advanced levels of emergent cardiac interventional services
  • Specialized electrophysiology (EPS) labs and services to diagnose and treat abnormal heart rhythms
  • Advanced treatment for atrial fibrillation (A-fib), a type of irregular heartbeat
  • Free, on-site valet parking

Jefferson Torresdale Hospital
10800 Knights Road
Philadelphia, PA 19114

Jefferson Bucks Hospital
Jefferson Bucks Hospital
380 N. Oxford Valley Road
Langhorne, PA 19047

Treating Heart Attacks with Urgency and Expertise in Bucks County

An accurate diagnosis is critical when it comes to treating a heart attack. When a heart attack is identified as an ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), time is of the essence. The highly skilled Heart Center team is also on-site at Jefferson Bucks Hospital to provide real-time diagnosis and intervention. If you or a loved one experiences heart attack symptoms, be sure to act fast and get emergency care as quickly as possible.

Healthgrades Award: America's 250 Best Hospitals


We treat

Our cardiologists and cardiac surgeons help manage and treat a variety of cardiovascular conditions, including heart attack and stroke.



We provide

A pioneer of minimally invasive cardiac care, Jefferson Health provides treatments that offer less discomfort, fewer medications and earlier discharges from the hospital.


Jefferson Health’s mission is to provide comprehensive medical and surgical care with an emphasis on preventing and managing cardiovascular disorders. We also focus on advancing innovative and noninvasive approaches to treating patients without open-heart surgery.

Jefferson Torresdale Hospital and Jefferson Bucks Hospital are rated as high performers in the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) and heart failure by U.S.News & World Report’s Best Hospitals Survey for 2018-19.

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