On this month's edition of Deborah Heart and Lung Center Presents on Hurley in the Morning, Dr. Joseph Costic speaks on the topic of lung cancer.
Sometimes it’s the personal connection that can make a real difference in how you feel about a hospital.
Research in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology shows potential for ‘shockwaves’ to safely break up calcified plaque prior to stenting.
Over 100 Procedures Just in 2020 – Despite COVID-19
Early Evidence Points to Coronavirus Contributing to Heart Inflammation
Five years ago Richard Young had a heart attack, followed by a pacemaker. Soon his downward slide into heart failure began.
In this edition of Hurley in the Morning live radio show, Dr. Bernard John Hynes, electrophysiologist, goes in-depth about the types, causes and symptoms of heart arrhythmias.
In honor of World Heart Day, Dr. Kulpreet Barn was on PHL 17 this morning to help celebrate.
An abstract presentation titled “Meaningful Recognition,” prepared by the nursing staff at Deborah Heart and Lung Center, has been selected for presentation at the Nursing Workplace Environment & Staffing Council (NWESC) Retreat on September 18, 2020.
Deborah physicians – Cardiologist, Sara Sirna, MD, and Interventional Cardiologist, Vincent Varghese, DO -- joined with other community health leaders for a special, virtual “Ask the Doctor” Health Workshop on Saturday, September 12, 2020.
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