Stories: Heart and VascularIn This Section
- Investigators Announced for New Vascular Disease Research NetworkJanuary 18
Teams from Brigham and Women's Hospital/Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Northwestern, University of Kentucky/Baylor College of Medicine and Vanderbilt awarded $3.7 million each
- Our Patients. Their Stories. Glendon IngallsBy Tom Haushalter | September 21
Glendon Ingalls of Rutland, VT collapsed while playing his trumpet during an event. Thanks to the efforts of bystanders and specialists in Cardiovascular Medicine, he is here to share his story.
- Our Patients. Their Stories. Steven and Arleen RutledgeBy Tom Haushalter | May 16
Husband and wife, Steven and Arleen Rutledge, experienced similar cardiac events and found D-H's Cardiac Rehab invaluable to their recovery.
- 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.