Treating Heart Disease at Temecula Valley Hospital

Temecula Valley Hospital offers a variety of noninvasive cardiac treatments, including:

Thrombolytic therapy

Thrombolytic therapy uses medications to dissolve arterial clots and let blood flow normally. The earlier the clot-dissolving drugs are used, the better chance cardiologists have of avoiding serious, irreversible heart damage.

Supplemental oxygen

Supplemental oxygen can be provided to the cardiac muscle during a heart attack to help the heart work easier.


Medications that improve blood flow to the heart can be given after a heart attack to lower the body’s demand for oxygen and treat or prevent irregular heart rhythms.


Rest is another important aspect of treatment after a heart attack, especially resting the heart muscle. You can reduce strain on the heart by resting quietly. Temecula Valley Hospital monitors patients to ensure that their heart is not overworked.

Find a cardiologist

Call 855-859-5203 to schedule an appointment or search the free online directory.