Welcome to Prairie Cardiovascular
Prairie Cardiovascular is a pioneering organization. Its history dates back to 1979 when James T. Dove, M.D., envisioned a greater cardiovascular practice in central and southern Illinois based on the motto “Quality, Compassionate, Personal Care.” The care patients receive at Prairie goes far beyond technical excellence.
In 1982, when Dr. James Dove founded Prairie Cardiovascular in Springfield, Illinois, it was his intention to deliver state-of-the-art heart care to patients while still providing them compassionate, personal care. He succeeded in establishing that platform of excellence for Prairie.
Prairie’s mission was created from this simple motto: “To optimally serve our patients and their physicians in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease with compassion and dignity, assurance of quality, research and education.”
Prairie currently has more than 70 board certified physicians and 45 clinic sites in Illinois. Prairie is a national leader in the innovation and development of new diagnostic and treatment procedures and continues to advance medicine with a very active research program.
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In the News!
Congratulations to Prairie’s Own Dr. Raed Al-Dallow!
Prairie Cardiovascular Launches New Partnership with AliveCor.
Prairie Cardiovascular Opens New Multi-Specialty Clinic in Jacksonville.
Prairie Cardiovascular Celebrates 35 Years Serving Patients
Prairie doctor offers minimally invasive technique, avoids cracking breastbone
Click the link below to read about the cutting edge procedures being performed by Prairie.
House Call: Signs and Symptoms of a Heart Attack!
Click the link below to watch the interview with Prairie Cardiovascular’s Dr. Varadendra Panchamukhi
State-Of-The-Art Heart Failure Clinic Set To Open Thursday
Click the link below to read about the Heart Failure Clinic Opening at the Prairie Heart Institute.
Walk With A Doc!
Click the link below to find out more on the Walk With A Doc! program from Prairie.