George Vaughn had never had heart trouble until one fateful morning when his wife found him slumped over in their shower. Thanks to her quick actions and the care team at Sutter Heart and Vascular Institute, Vaughn beat the odds and survived a lethal ventricular fibrillation.
After having a minimally invasive valve replacement (TAVR) at CPMC, Dan Hogan was back to splitting wood on his ranch within weeks.
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.
Sutter Health patient Ram Madduluri describes how stroke research at Sutter is helping pioneer the future of acute stroke care.
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.
Denny LeVett and his wife Jeanne decided it was time to make another major gift to PAMF, in honor of Duncan Matteson, as well as their friendship.
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