Allina Health Minneapolis Heart Institute – St. Paul

Allina Health Minneapolis Heart Institute – St. Paul


Call 651-292-0007or 1-888-703-0019

Appointments or calendar

Clinic hours
Monday to Friday:
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Suite 100: 
Cardiac and Radiology Imaging
Suite 400: Main clinic and The Heart Disease Prevention Clinic

225 Smith Ave N
Suite 400
St. Paul, MN 55102
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Allina Health Minneapolis Heart Institute offers a full range of resources for the prevention, early detection, rapid treatment and rehabilitation of heart disease in one integrated, state-of-the-art facility conveniently located in downtown St. Paul. Together with Nasseff Heart Center on the United Hospital Campus, Allina Health Minneapolis Heart Institute is your resource for specialty heart care.


Allina Health Minneapolis Heart Institute offers a full range of tests and services.

Specialized clinics

Heart Disease Prevention Clinic

At this heart attack and stroke prevention clinic, you will receive a complete picture of your health by meeting with a cardiologist, nutritionist and exercise physiologist.

Vascular & Endovascular Clinic

Allina Health Minneapolis Heart Institute - Vascular combines expertise of cardiology, radiology, vascular surgery and vascular medicine and delivers care in one convenient clinic location in downtown St. Paul, Minn. Allina Health Minneapolis Heart Institute - Vascular is a partnership between Minnesota Surgical Associates, St. Paul Radiology and Allina Health Minneapolis Heart Institute.

Valve & Structural Heart Center

The Center for Valve and Structural Heart Disease at Allina Health Minneapolis Heart Institute® at United Hospital is world renowned. We evaluate our patients in a dedicated clinic, using a multidisciplinary, heart-team approach. 

Cardiac & Thoracic Surgery

Minneapolis Heart Institute®'s nationally recognized surgical team specializes in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of cardiothoracic (heart and lung) diseases.

Research and clinical trials

Our research team includes cardiologists, clinical scientists, registered nurses and regulatory specialists. They work together to discover new ways to lessen the burden of cardiovascular disease.

Clinical trials allow patients to take a more active role in their health care, gain access to new drugs, treatments and disease management practices, contribute to medical research.

Should I participate in a clinical trial?