Stories: Heart and VascularIn This Section
- Our Patients. Their Stories. Jeff Sharlet.By Bonnie Barber | April 27
Jeff Sharlet admits he was not a fan of "healthy living." He thought, "Walking is boring and I don't have time to exercise." Then he had a heart attack at age 44 and did a 180-degree turn.
- Our Patients. Their Stories. Barbara Goldman.By Bonnie Barber | February 20
Barbara Goldman's heart valve wasn't closing properly, so she underwent MitraClip. She shares her story with the help of two of her providers, Dr. Timothy Beaver and Dr. Megan Coylewright.
- Our Patients. Their Stories. Bill SchenckAugust 30
Bill Schenck's cardiologist found he had a leaky heart valve. After finding out he was a candidate for a less invasive heart procedure he never imagined it would become his 90th birthday surprise.
- Our Patients. Their Stories. Paul St. HilaireJune 27
Restoring one family's faith in health care
- Our Patients. Their Stories. Paul KeaneNovember 27
Paul's greatest passion? Pushing his lawnmower. "Thornton Wilder has the stage manager in his play Our Town say 'one man in ten thousand enjoys pushing his own lawnmower.' I'm that guy."
- Our Patients. Their Stories. Ronald ParshleyAugust 20
When Ronald Parshley was first told he had a possible heart condition, he didn't put much thought into it and continued to work two jobs.