Albury Wodonga Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Albury Wodonga Private Hospital Cardiac Care services offer patients the gold standard in cardiac care, supporting you through diagnosis, treatment, and recovery.

Our leading multidisciplinary team are here to ensure you receive the best treatment and support possible, without having to travel to the city.

Holistic Heart Care


Chronic Heart Conditions

Our multidisciplinary team of experts will help manage symptoms, medications and optimal wellness, assisting patients in regaining their independence and quality of life.


Cardiac Rehabilitation

Our comprehensive rehabilitation program delivered at nearby Murray Valley Private Hospital is individually tailored and designed to aid recovery helping people return to their previous lifestyle and activities through exercise, nutritional support, and education.



Our state-of-the-art diagnostic services and theatres at Albury Wodonga Private enable our specialists and multidisciplinary team to provide quality cardiac care. Albury Wodonga Private Hospital cardiac facilities encompass a state-of-the-art cardiac catheter laboratory, High Dependency Unit and much more.


Ramsay Health Plus 

Our outpatient clinic Ramsay Health Plus, provides a range of expert allied health services in one location at Murray Valley Private Hospital in Wodonga. Ramsay Health Plus may help patients prevent issues before they arise with exercise plans, nutritional support and more.



The costs associated with your cardiac treatment and recovery will depend on the type of treatment you receive. It is important to understand the level of cover you have with your health insurer prior to any emergency treatment or admission as an inpatient.

Cardiac Procedures

Our leading cardiac specialists currently perform the following procedures at Albury Wodonga Private Hospital.

This is a technique using a contrast medium to outline blood vessels. The procedure may be done in a variety of ways, depending on the indications. Examples include coronary angiography, performed in the cardiac catheterisation laboratory, by an interventional cardiologist to examine the heart for blockages; peripheral angiography, done by a vascular surgeon also performed in a cardiac catheterisation laboratory, to look for blockages in the arteries to the lower limbs and CT angiography, performed by a radiologist in the X-ray department to look at a number of different organ systems.

Stenting involves stretching a narrowed area of the artery with a small cylindrical balloon. Once the narrowing has been stretched a stent is inserted (a fine mesh cylinder usually of stainless steel) that supports that part of the artery.
A TOE is a procedure that looks at the heart chambers and valves using ultrasound. The probe is passed through the mouth and into the oesophagus. This is always done under anaesthetic or heavy sedation. 
An ICD is a device that helps correct fast and slow heart rates as it assists the heart to pump more effectively by coordinating the left and right ventricular contractions. It is also designed to deliver an electrical shock to the heart to restore extremely rapid and irregular heart rate to a normal rhythm.
A pacemaker is implanted to treat an abnormally slow heart rate. Pacemakers can also adjust the heart rate to meet the body’s needs, whether during exercise or rest. Implantation of a pacemaker involves positioning leads (thin, insulated wires) in the heart and placing the device in a pocket of the skin, usually in the shoulder area.