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Ascension All Saints Hospital - Main Entrance - Spring Street Campus

Ascension All Saints Hospital - Main Entrance - Spring Street Campus

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3803 Spring St
Racine,  WI  53405




Cardiologists at Ascension All Saints Hospital – Spring Street Campus in Racine, Wisconsin, deliver advanced care for cardiovascular conditions.

When you choose Ascension All Saints Hospital – Spring Street Campus in Racine, Wisconsin, for your heart and vascular care, you get an entire team trained to deliver the latest in therapeutics and surgery to help prevent, diagnose, manage, and treat heart and vascular diseases.

Advanced heart care, close to home

Care teams with Ascension Wisconsin provide advanced heart testing and diagnostics, treatments, medication management, surgical heart and vascular care, and cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation. And as part of a national heart care team, our doctors share best practices in care and research, connecting you to advanced heart care close to home. Find a doctor and start by calling or scheduling an appointment online. Ask if a virtual visit is an option for your care. Need a second opinion appointment? Our team can help. Schedule a consultation today.

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Multispecialty care for heart and vascular conditions

When you need more advanced heart care, your doctor can connect you with a heart specialist close to home. From heart scans to heart consultations and procedures, your doctors, specialists and care team at Ascension All Saints Hospital in Racine, Wisconsin, collaborate, working together for you and with you. Our advanced specialty care includes treatment of:

  • Atrial fibrillation (AFib)
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Heart attack
  • Heart valve and structural heart disease
  • High blood pressure and high cholesterol

Care for AFib and heart rhythm disorders

Electrophysiologists with Ascension Wisconsin specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of heart rhythm disorders. Your doctor works with you on a personalized care plan. Ascension Wisconsin sites of care provide minimally invasive treatments for AFib, including ablation, cardioversion, Watchman™, and MitraClip™.

Care for heart and valve conditions

Heart valve specialists with Ascension Wisconsin provide advanced diagnostics, heart valve imaging, and personalized therapeutic and surgical treatments. Whenever possible, your doctor may recommend a minimally invasive procedure, such as transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR). Talk with a heart valve specialist about treatment options that are right for you.

Heart scans to detect risk

A simple heart screening can help you and your doctor better understand your heart health and could help save your life. Talk to your primary care doctor to see if a heart screening is right for you.

A heart scan is not for everyone. It is not recommended for routine screening of people who do not have symptoms of heart disease and have a low risk of heart attacks. Some heart disease risk factors include hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, tobacco use and a family history of heart disease.

Advanced cancer care for your heart

Cardiologists with Ascension Wisconsin specialize in treating heart conditions that develop during or after cancer therapy. If you experience heart problems at any stage of your cancer care, your oncologist may connect you to a specialist to deliver heart care for your specific needs.

Symptoms of heart attack in men and women

If you have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, irregular heartbeat or other risk factors for heart disease, your doctor works with you to prevent heart attack and stroke. Some heart attacks begin suddenly, while others start with mild discomfort. Watch for these symptoms of heart attack in both men and women:

  • Chest discomfort, pressure, or pain
  • Difficulty breathing independent of activity
  • Lightheadedness or loss of consciousness
  • New weakness or fatigue
  • Rapid or irregular heartbeat
  • Sudden pain in the arm (particularly left arm), jaw, neck, or back

Go to the ER right away if you notice these symptoms in yourself or a loved one. Ascension All Saints Hospital – Spring Street Campus has an ER open 24/7 for life-threatening emergencies like heart attack. And if you need more care, you’ll be connected to an experienced heart care team.

If you are experiencing chest pain, especially in combination with jaw or arm pain, lightheadedness, nausea, vomiting or difficulty breathing, you might be having a heart attack. Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room right away.

Supporting your heart care recovery

Whenever possible, your heart surgeon or interventional cardiologist uses minimally invasive techniques and image-guided technology to deliver advanced treatments and procedures to help shorten your recovery. Sometimes your doctor may recommend an overnight stay in the hospital after surgery for additional monitoring and care. And if you need cardiac intensive care, we provide that, too, at Ascension All Saints Hospital in Racine, Wisconsin. 

Cardiac rehabilitation

Rehabilitation specialists with Ascension Wisconsin sites of care in Racine and the Greater Milwaukee area work with you to strengthen your heart and lungs and help manage your symptoms. During cardiopulmonary rehab, we monitor your heart, nutrition, and lifestyle changes to help lower your cholesterol and your blood pressure, and improve your overall health. We also help you cope with stress by providing support to you and your family.

Your care team can also connect you to the care you need through recovery, including:

  • Heart nutrition counseling 
  • Medication anticoagulation management
  • Transitional care, bridging next steps once home, including fitness and wellness options.

Cardiovascular research and clinical trials

Our doctors are committed to being leaders in cardiovascular research, working to help improve how we diagnose and treat heart and vascular diseases. Your doctor may recommend a clinical trial as part of your care. And you can talk to your cardiologist if you are interested in participating in clinical trials.


Ascension All Saints Hospital has received the American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines® - Heart Failure Gold Plus quality achievement award in 2023 for its commitment to improving outcomes for patients with heart failure, meaning reduced readmissions and more healthy days at home.

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