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CMH launching interventional cardiology program

First for health system, region WILMINGTON — CMH will be launching an interventional cardiology program, a first for the health system and the region. “While CMH has long been this region’s anchor for emergency and specialty care, patients with chest pain and other heart related symptoms are often transferred to other facilities for lifesaving treatment,”…

April 25, 2017
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EXCLUSIVE: Greater Cincinnati startup to hire two dozen heart doctors

Mar 27, 2017, 1:44pm EDT Updated Mar 27, 2017, 4:03pm EDT | Barrett J. Brunsman CardioSolution, a Blue Ash startup that specializes in providing around-the-clock cardiac care for regional hospitals, plans to hire up to two dozen heart doctors as it expands operations in Ohio and other states. For example, doctors are being added to…

March 31, 2017
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CardioSolution named Fast 55 Finalist for 2017

The Business Courier has selected the finalists for its annual Fast 55 program, which ranks the fastest-growing private companies in Greater Cincinnati. This is the 13th year for Fast 55, and the competition was as fierce as ever. To be included, companies must be based in the Greater Cincinnati region and have at least $1…

March 28, 2017
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Staffing Solutions for Community Hospitals

“Rural healthcare is in need of solutions. If we continue to compete in the traditional healthcare market, we are doomed. We have got to find different ways, different avenues of bringing care into our communities.”  Bud Warman CEO, Highlands Health System Highlands Health System is a community hospital in eastern Kentucky. Highlands’ cardiovascular program faces challenges with…

March 15, 2017
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LRMC cardiac lab opening celebrated

DENISE MARQUEZ Lea Regional Medical Center celebrated the opening of its new cardiac catheterization laboratory Tuesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The new cardiac catheterization laboratory includes around $1.5 million of new equipment. Doctors Charles H. Moore, from Houston, and Dr. Chip Uricchio, from Philadelphia, will treat patients in the lab. Read more here

February 22, 2017
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