Education and prevention


Comprehensive care including prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation

Heart disease is everyone's concern. It affects young and old, men and women alike. The keys to survival are to recognize the symptoms and to get qualified medical attention as quickly as possible.

Comprehensive inpatient and outpatient cardiac services include:

  • diagnostic technology – a variety of special tests help diagnose and treat heart problems
  • nonsurgical services – several procedures, including angioplasty or stent placement, may be performed to treat a blocked artery
  • device implants – procedures such as the placement of a pacemaker, defibrillator or other implanted devices may be advised to treat an abnormal heartbeat
  • surgical procedures – advanced surgical procedures are available for multiple blocked arteries or other serious heart conditions
  • pulmonary tests – determine if you have a breathing disorder, if your current medications are appropriate for you and make appropriate changes in your current medical treatment.