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If you aren’t a candidate for a catheter ablation, another option is the Maze/Mini-Maze surgery. We’ve compiled a list of Medical Centers and doctors performing the Maze surgeries organized by US state (when applicable).

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ALABAMA

University of Alabama at Birmingham, Division of Cardiovascular Disease

ARIZONA

Cavanaugh Heart Center

ARKANSAS

Samuel T. Rayburn MD PA

CALIFORNIA

USC Healthcare Consultation Center II 

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian 

University of California San Francisco, East Bay Surgery 

University of California, Irvine Medical Center, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery 

Pacific Coast Cardiac & Vascular Surgeons

Sequoia Heart Surgeons

Sacramento Cardiovascular Surgeons 

Sutter Medical Group Cardiology 

Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Medical Center 

Stanford School of Medicine

CONNECTICUT

Yale Cardiac Surgery

FLORIDA

Shands Hospital at the Un. of Florida 

Mayo Clinic Jacksonville 

Atrial Fibrillation Institute/St. Vincent’s Heart and Vascular Center 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Tampa/Advanced Center for Atrial Fibrillation

Sarasota Memorial Hospital (Dr. Paul Vesco)

GEORGIA

Emory University Heart Center 

Piedmont Heart Institute

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ILLINOIS

Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Division of Cardiac Surgery 

University of Chicago Medical Center, Department of Surgery 

Illinois Cardiac Surgery Associates, SC 

OSF St. Francis Medical Center Illinois Cardiac Surgery Associates 

INDIANA

Community Heart and Vascular Hospital

Clarian Health Group/Methodist Hospital 

LOUISIANA

New Orleans Heart

MARYLAND

Capital Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery 

Johns Hopkins Un. 

University of Maryland Cardiac Surgery

MASSACHUSETTS

Massachusetts General Hospital

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center 

North Shore Medical Center

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MICHIGAN

Borgess Heart Center, Kalamazoo

Great Lakes Cardiothoracic/Northern Michigan Hospital

 

MISSOURI

Wheeler Heart/Vascular Center 

Washington Univ. School of Medicine 

St. John’s Cardiovascular Specialists

MINNESOTA

Mayo Clinic Rochester 

NEW JERSEY

St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center 

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

NEW YORK

Montefiore Medical Center CAR,  Division of Cardiology-Montefiore-Einstein

Maimonides Medical Center, Atrial Fibrillation Center

New York Columbia Presbyterian Hospital

Lenox Hill Interventional Cardiac & Vascular Svcs

NORTH CAROLINA

Asheville Cardiovascular Surgery 

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Wake Forest University/Baptist Medical Center

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OHIO

Deaconess Hospital Atrial Fibrillation Center

Cleveland Clinic Foundation

The Ohio State Un. Medical Center

OKLAHOMA

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

OREGON

Swanson Gatley Cardiothoracic Surgeons/St. Vincent’s Medical Center

PENNSYLVANIA

Allegheny General Hospital, The Gerald McGinnis Cardiovascular Institute

SOUTH CAROLINA

Greenville Hospital System,  University Medical Group Cardiothorasic Surgery

TENNESSEE

Methodist University Hospital 

Vanderbilt Heart Center for Atrial Fibrillation

TEXAS

Texas Heart Institute/Cardiovascular Care Providers, Inc. 

University of Texas Houston/Memorial Hermann Hospital 

Cardiothoracic Surgery Associates of North Texas 

UTAH

Intermountain Medical Group

VIRGINIA

Inova Heart and Vascular Institute, Inova Fairfax Hospital

WISCONSIN

Aspirus Heart & Vascular Institute, A-Fib Clinic

Froedtert & Medical College Clinics

Midwestern Heart Surgery Institute, St. Luke’s Medical Center


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Disclaimer: this directory is provided for your convenience only. We make no endorsement of a specific physician or medical facility. Choosing a physician is an important decision and should be based upon your own investigation of each physician’s training, education and experience. This directory offers you the opportunity to locate and contact a healthcare professional directly.

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