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.
Tyler was named starting quarterback of his high school football team. It was like a dream come true until the day he couldn’t catch his breath.
After having a minimally invasive valve replacement (TAVR) at CPMC, Dan Hogan was back to splitting wood on his ranch within weeks.
Keira was still in the womb when doctors discovered she had a heart defect. After birth, doctors at Sutter Health repaired the newborn's tiny heart.
At age 50 Nick had a second heart attack. The heart damage was so extensive, there was only one promising solution: a heart transplant.
At age 88, William Ayres' atrial fibrillation was uncontrolled until he underwent the Totally Thorascopic Maze (TT Maze) Procedure.