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A heart attack victim’s story

November 2015 — By Amanda Duforat Special to the Herald “Call the ambulance.” Those three words, and an unexpected heart attack, led 80-year-old Joel Miller and his wife on a journey he didn’t expect to have at Scenic Mountain Medical Center. “My son had a heart attack a few years ago and he had told…

January 6, 2016
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New State Rules for Catheter Procedures May Help Rural Patients

A new California law that took effect this year changed state regulations to allow more California hospitals to perform catheter-based cardiac diagnostic and treatment procedures. The policy shifts could cut miles and hours off cardiac patients’ drive time in rural parts of the state and could mean expanded services and revenues for regional and rural…

December 17, 2015
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Trios Health designated as Level I Cardiac Care Center

Trios Health in Kennewick is now categorized as a Level I Cardiac Care Center. The categorization, from the Washington State Emergency Cardiac and Stroke System, became effective late last week and was announced Thursday morning. It means the health system met exacting criteria and provides the high level of cardiac care 24 hours a day,…

December 16, 2015
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Interview with Dr. Moosa about Trios Health Partnership

Dr. Yunus Moosa speaks with ABC about the benefit added by CardioSolution’s interventional cardiology unit at Trios Health in Kennewick, WA.

December 14, 2015
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Interview with CardioSolution CEO Perrin Peacock

Perrin sits down with Jackie Bales of 21st Century Business to discuss CardioSolution’s business model, why the company has been so successful, and how CardioSolution can help rural hospitals across the country.

December 13, 2015
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