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.
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 suffering a massive heart attack, Earl Lovell received a life-saving heart transplant at Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento.
From the moment Patricia collapsed from a stroke, doctors began coordinating her transfer from Novato to the CPMC specialty stroke center.
Diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was 2 years old, Carol has spent her life dealing with complications of the disease.
Sutter Health patient Bud Hamilton describes how research at Sutter is helping pioneer the future of care for people with atrial fibrillation.
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