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Award-winning heart care and so much more.

As Kern County’s Heart and Vascular leader, The Bakersfield Heart Hospital is relentlessly pursuing the latest and most-effective technologies and treatments for our patients. By specializing in the nation's number one killer, we give patients the benefits of advanced technology while providing services that focus on their individual needs. Bakersfield Heart Hospital is leading the way by concentrating on providing the best patient care, achieving better outcomes and making available advanced treatment options.

Each year, heart disease claims more lives than the next seven leading causes of death combined. We're the Bakersfield Heart Hospital, and the solution we bring is like no other. Comprehensive, cost-effective, physician-led, patient-focused. We dedicate resources to keeping the heart healthy and treating it when it's not. In addition to caring for your heart, we care for the rest of you too. From our full service emergency room to our total joint program ,we offer award-winning, complete medical care you can trust.

 

 

Our Hospital is owned in part by certain physicians who practice at the Hospital. A list of physician investors is available upon request.

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    Stroke survivors and their caregivers can get support, education and information at a Bakersfield Heart Hospital support group.
  • Study: Sedentary careers lead to shorter life

    Researchers at the Northwestern University found that spending the entire day sitting could lead to disability later in life. Daily activities likes bathing, getting out of bed and walking could become more difficult if you spent most of your career sitting at a desk.
  • Women’s Heart Center Celebrates 1 Year Anniversary

    Lori Gibbons is a double heart attack survivor who received treatment at Bakersfield Heart Hospital.
  • Red scarves let women with heart disease know they’re not alone

    Throughout October, the focus of women’s health was on breast cancer - but there’s something more silent and dangerous that is the largest killer of women — heart disease. According to the American Heart Association, each year one in three women die of a heart disease-related complication such as heart attack or stroke.