What happens when a homeless person has a heart attack? Sutter Health supports a program that assures care for those in need, including interim care after they leave the hospital.
George Vaughn never had heart trouble until a sudden onset of ventricular fibrillation threatened his life.
At age 50 Nick had a second heart attack. The heart damage was so extensive, there was only one promising solution: a heart transplant.
Looking at Ethan today, you wouldn’t know that he has endured three open-heart procedures.
An electronic engineer by profession, Roger spent his life designing and fixing systems. But he needed help when it came to repairing his own heart.
After living with painful varicose veins for decades, Mark is now golfing all 18 holes thanks to a minimally invasive procedure.