Heart Care

Many of our specialists joined the Centerpoint Medical Center team from Harvard, Stanford and the Mayo Clinic. They diagnose and treat heart conditions including:

  • High cholesterol
  • Peripheral artery disease
  • Stroke

We offer specialized programs and technologies to treat heart problems:

Emergency Care

If you are currently having a medical emergency, call 911.

Rapid medical evaluations are fast, thorough, and complete.

We’re open all the time—not all emergencies are 9-to-5.

Bone & Joint Care

Our orthopedic professionals use a comprehensive, advanced approach to musculoskeletal injuries.

By including a compassionate, caring treatment philosophy, we have created a program known for its quality of care.

  • Private rooms
  • Comprehensive coordinated care program
  • Individual progressive therapy
  • Group activities
  • Specialized nurse clinician for post-operative recovery
  • Pre-operative orientation and education

Women's Care

Centerpoint Medical Center provides comprehensive care for women from pre-pregnancy through childbirth.

We want you to be happy, healthy and comfortable when you welcome the newest member of your family in our newly renovated women’s unit. Tours available.

  • Wellness classes
  • Postpartum/gyn unit
  • Prenatal education classes
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Jeffrey Bissing DO
Cardiovascular Diseases

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Bill VandermeerWhen Bill Vandermeer shattered both of his heels after falling nearly 25 feet from a ladder, his professional hockey career should have been over. “It’s a career ending injury,” said Matt Hess, director of Sports Medicine and Wellness at Centerpoint Medical Center. “There’s not a documented case of someone returning to professional sports after such an injury.”

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