The Department of Cardiology at Aarhus University Hospital is an internationally renowned and highly specialised department for diagnosis and state-of-the-art treatment of every aspect of heart disease.

The department is dynamic and innovative, dedicated to excellence in research, education and clinical care.

Focused on integrated patient care, treatments span from standard non-invasive procedures such as medical treatment of hypertension to highly advanced invasive procedures such as heart transplantation, electrophysiology testing and pacemaker treatment, including biventricular pacemaker and ICD implantation.

In 2011, the Department of Cardiology was the most research active Danish hospital department with 121 peer-reviewed scientific articles. The department is particularly known for the Danami2 study documenting the advantages of PCI treatment (angioplasty).

The department collaborates with the most well reputed heart centres worldwide. Moreover, a large number of foreign heart specialists stay in the department for a short or longer period of time contributing to an international atmosphere. 

 
 

Facts (2015)

Discharges: 8,182
Bed days: 20,809
Average length of stay: 2.5 days
Outpatient visits: 41,504