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Heart and Vascular Institute of New Jersey at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Provides World-Class Expertise in Cardiac and Vascular Disease

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center opened the Heart and Vascular Institute of New Jersey in July 2000. Linking the heart and circulatory system, the Heart and Vascular Institute focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of all cardiac and vascular diseases with particular emphasis on angioplasty, cardiac surgery, surgery for aneurysms, peripheral vascular blockages and limb salvage. The Institute will also offer less invasive surgical and non-surgical techniques including beating heart surgery.

Cardiovascular disease affects hundreds of thousands of Americans every year. In fact, the American Heart Association lists Cardiovascular disease as the leading cause of death. Explaining the importance of the collaboration of heart and vascular experts, Doug A. Duchak, President and CEO, said, "The Heart and Vascular Institute of New Jersey will offer services that are far reaching in breadth and scope considering the patient as a whole person."

 

 

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Archive Press Releases
  • Englewood Hospital Cardiac Surgery Program Ranks #1 in New Jersey
  • Dr. David Feigenblum Joins Englewood Hospital and Medical Center
  • Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Physicians Publish Cardiac Surgery Study in The Annals of Thoracic Surgery
  • Carotid Stenting: Minimally Invasive Option to Reduce Stroke Successful for High Risk Patient
  • Intravascular Radiation for Renarrowed Arteries: Cardiac Brachytheraphy Joins Expertise of Interventional Cardiology and Radiation Oncology.
  • New Test May Predict Heart Disease
  • Ballplayer's death instigates new look at ephedra dangers
  • EHMC Begins Clinical Trials for Blood Substitute
  • New Test May Predict Heart Disease