Did you know?

Robert A. Bruce is known as the “Father of Exercise Cardiology.” He developed the standardized treadmill test for diagnosing and evaluating heart and lung diseases. He was the first head of cardiology in 1950. His multistage test – several stages of progressively greater workloads – became known as the “Bruce Protocol.”

We have over 90 full-time clinical faculty at three hospitals: The University of Washington Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center and the Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System.
Our faculty are known for excellence in patient care, teaching and research. In fact, many of the cardiologists listed by Seattle Magazine year after year as among "Seattle’s Best Doctors" are full-time University of Washington faculty.
Our fellowship program accepts up to seven trainees per year, providing a full spectrum of clinical and research training. 
Research opportunities range from basic to clinical investigation. 
Our priority is to provide outstanding care while meeting the highest expectations for service to patients and referring physicians.
Patients and physicians are invited to call our clinics at the following numbers for an appointment:
  • University of Washington Medical Center: (206) 598-4300
  • Harborview Medical Center: (206) 744-3475
  • Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System: (206) 764-2008