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SARC by HSH Surgical – Pine Bluff, AR

Address: 7200 S. Hazel Street, Pine Bluff, AR 71603

Hours:8am - 5pm Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Phone: (866) 668-2188


SARC by HSH Surgical – Pine Bluff, AR

We’re Here for Your Health

At SARC by HSH Surgical - Pine Bluff, our passion for providing exceptional healthcare begins with equipping our experienced surgeons with specific technology for minimally-invasive interventionist diagnostic treatment for patients who require cardiovascular care, vein treatment, and pain management. Our truly hybrid Operating Rooms (OR) and Cardiac Catheterization Lab are a rare feature in an Ambulatory Surgical Center (ASC) in Arkansas, and we meet the rigid compliance requirements for both a surgery center and a cardiac catheterization lab. You can find us just off the Hazel Street exit on Interstate 530. Take a right turn on Hazel Street and follow to #7200. Our SARC by HSH Surgical is on the right side of the building complex. Nestled in a neighborhood of physicians and the nearest hospital, Jefferson Regional Medical Center, we are a licensed multiple specialty ASC with excellent resources and impeccable relationships for long-term primary care referrals.




Our two ORs can perform both surgical and cardiac catheterizations. Our cardiovascular diagnostic and treatment procedures: Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary angioplasty (PTCA):

Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)

Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) is the most common form of heart disease. Arteries in the heart become narrowed and blocked with gummy substance known as plaque. PTCA Angioplasty is minimally invasive procedure to open arteries to restore blood flow to the heart. A surgeon threads a thin tube through a blood vessel in either the arm or the groin to a blocked site in the artery. A tiny balloon is moved through the tube and inflated to remove the plaque blockage against the outer lining of the artery. PTCA Angioplasty reduces chest pain caused by a blood flow block and can minimize damage to heart muscle from a heart attack. Most patients go home after angioplasty and can return to work within a week.

Depending on the specific conditions of each patient, stents may or may not be an option. Stents are made of mesh, made of metal, fabric, silicon or a blend of these materials. Stenting is a minimally invasive procedure where small mesh tubes are moved through tubing to hold open flow passages in the body, like weak or narrow arteries. Stents can also treat an aorta blockage or aneurysm. Neck Carotid arteries can be treated with stents to prevent or treat strokes. Silicon stents are often used to treat blockages in the lungs.

Loop implants

An implantable loop recorder (ILR) records the heart and is placed underneath the chest skin to monitor the heart looking for causes for slow heartbeats, irregular rhythms which may cause strokes, hidden fainting, and heart palpitations.

Pacemaker implants

Cardioverter defibrillator (ICD)

Angioplasty or Bypass

Vein treatment


Use of sclerosant in a cluster removes the internal lining of the veins and eliminates spider veins

Pain Management




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