Welcome To Cardiovascular & Heart Failure Center
At Cardiovascular & Heart Failure Center, you will find one of the most compassionate and patient-focused cardiology practices in Arizona. Our staff works as a team, collaborating to provide patients with comprehensive cardiovascular care to improve health while maintaining a caring relationship with the patient and family.
Our goal is delivering a high level of personal care and expert attention to patients in Arizona. This starts with helping you understand and control your risk factors, and making the appropriate lifestyle changes where necessary. You can count on our dedicated team of highly qualified cardiac specialists to provide the latest in preventive care and diagnostic testing to keep you and your family healthy for years to come.
The confidence and trust of our patients and referring physicians stems from the quality of our personal, attentive care. Our cardiologists focus on our patients’ needs by creating individualized treatment plans to guarantee you get the best possible care in a comfortable, caring environment. We look forward to helping you with any of your cardiovascular health needs.
What Does a Cardiologist Do?
If you are looking for a doctor that uniquely specializes in diseases and conditions of the heart and blood vessels, you want to see a cardiologist. A cardiologist goes through four years of medical school and then three years of training in general medicine before spending three years or more in specialized training to handle heart and vessel related health issues.
Meet Our Doctor
Dr. Carlos M. Orrego, a physician with more than 25 years of experience, has dedicated part of his life taking care of people. He is a very dedicated and compassionate physician who believes that every patient is unique and deserves personalized care. He graduated as a Medical Doctor (M.D.) from The Health Science Institute in Medellin, Colombia in 1993, and then worked for several years as a general practitioner helping people in his native country. From 1998 to 2000, he was a Sports Medicine and Exercise Resident at the University of Antioquia in Medellin, Colombia.