Be inspired by the stories of Concord Hospital Cardiovascular Institute cardiac patients.
Janet Stevens of New Boston was diagnosed with blockages in three coronary arteries. She underwent a life-saving treatment at Concord Hospital Cardiovascular Institute.
Jane Raymond was the first patient to undergo a cardiac valve replacement at Concord Hospital Cardiovascular Institute, without open-heart surgery.
Terry Thomason feels like he has the best of both worlds —excellent care at Concord Hospital Cardiovascular Institute, and the peace of mind of having the same experts in his own neighborhood.
Don Davis flew from Alaska to Concord Hospital for treatment when he learned he needed medical attention for a problem with a wire on his cardiac pacemaker.
Cardiologist used a stent to help quickly re-open Nick Lefebvre's blocked artery, ending a heart attack and reducing the chance of a future one.
Concord Hospital's expert cardiology team helped save Marta Burke's life when she experienced a heart attack.
Within weeks of receiving the WATCHMAN device, Ted Bailey no longer was taking blood thinners, while the WATCHMAN made sure no clots could form in his heart.
Marilyn Carlson underwent a procedure called cryoballoon ablation to correct her irregular heartbeat. The treatment has allowed her to continue her active lifestyle.
Jim Mackinaw says the care he received at Concord Hospital Cardiovascular Institute removed a cloud that had slowed him down and stolen his quality of life.
Concord Hospital Cardiology, whose providers care for patients at Concord Hospital, also has an office in Laconia to care for patients at LRGH and Franklin Regional Hospital.