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Our highly experienced heart doctors and surgeons provide life saving care using advanced technology and expert techniques.


180 JFK Drive
Suite 320
Atlantis, FL 33462

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Mon - Fri: 8:30am - 5:00pm
Sat - Sun: Closed
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About our JFK office

Our heart doctors and surgeons perform life-saving services and procedures.

Expert care

In the rapidly changing field of medicine, our thoracic and cardiovascular surgeons stand out as a group committed to providing the very best in personal and individualized care while incorporating the very latest in technology and innovation. This medical team, in collaboration with HCA Florida JFK Hospital, is committed to providing improved quality of care by offering exciting avenues for innovation.

Cardiovascular services

  • Advanced heart failure care
  • Chest pain care
  • Heart surgery
  • Minimally invasive surgery
  • Structural heart care
  • Thoracic surgery
  • Valve surgery
  • Vascular surgery

Advanced heart failure care

Congestive heart failure, or heart failure, occurs when the heart doesn’t pump blood as it should. Symptoms of heart failure include:

  • Lower leg swelling
  • Shortness of breath
  • Fatigue
  • Irregular or very fast heart beat
  • Persistent cough

Your cardiologist may prescribe medication or a special diet to help manage heart failure. Florida Heart and Vascular Care’s JFK location has an advanced heart failure specialist who works alongside your cardiologist to help manage heart failure.

Advanced treatment options for heart failure may include:

  • Medication adjustments
  • Diuretic infusions
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy or pacemaker placement

Life-saving devices for heart failure

If lifestyle and medication is no longer effective, a device may be required to help the heart pump. One such device is a pacemaker. A pacemaker sends small electrical pulses to the heart, when necessary, to correct irregular heart beats. We also offer a ventricular assist device (VAD) to patients needing advanced care. A VAD is a small mechanical pump that can be placed in the left or right ventricle of the heart. This pump is most often placed in the left ventricle (LVAD). It may be placed temporarily to help the heart pump, or long term for patients with heart failure. Open-heart surgery is necessary to place the pump. Your physician will help you determine if you are a candidate for these life-saving devices.

The pacemaker sends small electrical pulses to the heart, when necessary, to correct irregular heart beats.

  • Pulmonary artery pressure monitoring
  • Left ventricle assist device

A referral from your cardiologist is required. Call JFK’s Advanced Heart Care Center at (561) 548-5823 for more information.

Dr. Marcos Nores - Florida Heart and Vascular Care at JFK Hospital

Meet Dr. Nores, a cardiothoracic surgeon specializing a minimally invasive surgery at Florida Heart and Vascular Care in Palm Beach County. Dr. Nores offers transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), a procedure that offers valve replacement for patients who aren't candidates for traditional heart surgery.

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