MemorialCare Heart and Vascular Institute specializes in minimally invasive heart procedures. With these innovative techniques, patients benefit from fewer complications, less scarring, greater comfort and faster recoveries. Distinguished as a leading heart and vascular institute.
MemorialCare is proud to offer psychiatric services to provide treatment for individuals suffering from acute emotional and psychological health problems.
Going home is often the best medicine for someone who's been away due to illness or injury. MemorialCare Home Care assists patients and their families in making the transition from hospital to home care through a team effort that includes skilled medical professionals, advanced technology and a commitment to our patients.
Our Center offers comprehensive treatment options for men and women with pelvic problems. The multi-disciplinary team has the expertise and training to evaluate, diagnose and treat pelvic floor relapse, urinary and fecal incontinence, and other pelvic floor disorders.
According to the American Heart Association, heart attack prevention should begin by age 20. To prevent cardiovascular disease monitoring your risk factors is key.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. Every year, more than 780,000 Americans have their first heart attack and an additional 470,000 have a second or subsequent heart attack. Inactivity, obesity, high blood pressure, cigarette smoking, high cholesterol and diabetes are all risk factors.
We believe that being well-informed will help you make the best choices about your heart care when you consult with our physicians. Below, we have provided some links to independent online resources for heart information.
Heart Attack (Myocardial Infarction) is a Medical Emergency
If you think you may be experiencing a heart attack, call 9-1-1 immediately so that treatment can start as soon as possible. Do not drive yourself or wait for a ride from a friend or family member. Have an ambulance take you to a hospital that is a cardiac
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Your heart is nothing short of amazing. All day and all night, relentlessly, it beats away without a single conscious thought from you. It is, by far, the most important muscle in the body, the machine that keeps you alive.
Like other muscles, heart muscles need exercise. Maintaining a healthy heart demand
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. Heart disease describes a variety of disorders and conditions that can affect the heart. The key to preventing heart disease is living a healthy lifestyle, as well as knowledge of your family's medical history.
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