• Mitral valve repair gives new lease on life to cardiac patients

    The pool of patients ineligible for life-saving cardiac surgery continues to shrink, thanks to new technology allowing for percutaneous mitral valve repair.

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  • Mitral valve repair gives new lease on life to cardiac patients

    The pool of patients ineligible for life-saving cardiac surgery continues to shrink, thanks to new technology allowing for percutaneous mitral valve repair.

  • Less a year after beginning operations in March 2014, Priority Ambulance has grown to more than 500 employees with approximately 100 ambulances across four states.

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  • Mitral valve repair gives new lease on life to cardiac patients

    The pool of patients ineligible for life-saving cardiac surgery continues to shrink, thanks to new technology allowing for percutaneous mitral valve repair.

  • Less a year after beginning operations in March 2014, Priority Ambulance has grown to more than 500 employees with approximately 100 ambulances across four states.

  • Working Stiff: Two Years, 262 Bodies, and the Making of a Medical Examiner

    by Judy Melinek, MD, and T.J. Mitchell; c.2014, Scribner; $25.00 / $29.99 Canada, 258 pages

     

  • Family ski photos still line the stairway to our basement den. Each evokes vivid memories of when our children were younger and we enjoyed winter ski trips together. One year, we even used the photo as our family Christmas card.

  • For several years, there has been a consistent and growing trend toward mergers and acquisitions in the healthcare sector of the economy.

  • Complex Cardiac Procedure Available Close to Home

    When it comes to cardiac rhythm care, Mountain States Health Alliance and Johnson City Medical Center’s Electrophysiology Laboratory are committed to providing state of the art treatment to patients in our region – helping to improve overall health and quality of life.

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