Giving Is Good for the Soul and Good for The Heart, Literally
People who donate time or money to help others will tell you it’s good for the soul. It brings them joy. Scientists will tell you it’s also good for the heart. It brings better health.
Concord Hospital Receives Get With The Guidelines Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award
The award recognizes the hospital’s commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines.
A Tiny Pump Made a Big Difference for a Cardiac Patient
Last Fall, Janet Stevens of New Boston was diagnosed with blockages in three coronary arteries. She underwent a life-saving treatment at Concord Hospital Center for Cardiac Care.
Cardiac Rehabilitation Key For Heart Attack Recovery
Cardiologist used a stent to help quickly re-open Nick's blocked artery, ending a heart attack and reducing the chance of a future one.
Coordinated Care Eases Heart & Cancer Treatments
Center for Cardiac Care Nurse Navigator Melissa Hogan, RN guides cardiac patients through their surgical experience — offering reassurance, information and support.
Excellent Care Close to Home
Terry Thomason feels like he has the best of both worlds —excellent care at Concord Hospital Center for Cardiac Care, and the peace of mind of having the same experts in his own neighborhood.
First TAVR Patient Experiences Immediate Relief
Jane Raymond was the first patient to undergo a cardiac valve replacement at Concord Hospital Center for Cardiac Care, without open heart surgery.
Life-Saving Collaboration Between Concord Hospital & LRGHealthcare
Concord Hospital's expert cardiology team helped save Marta Burke's life when she experienced a heart attack.
New Cardiovascular Improvements & Services
Cardiac Associates continually evaluates the needs in the community and adjust and expand services to meet such needs.
WATCHMAN™ Reduces Stroke Risk for Afib Patient
Ted, who is 87, has atrial fibrillation, an irregular heartbeat that affects his heart’s ability to pump blood normally.