At Good Samaritan Medical Center for Cardiac and Vascular Care, we offer patients high quality advanced technology, compassionate care and skilled, knowledgeable staff trained in heart failure treatment, the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart conditions, circulatory problems, and cardiovascular disease.
Our multidisciplinary cardiovascular services team provides an array of diagnostic tests and treatment options for patients with a wide range of cardiac and vascular conditions, including coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, arrhythmia, peripheral vascular disease and stroke. We also offer 24/7 emergency primary angioplasty, which allows patients having a heart attack due to a clot in a coronary immediate treatment. Good Samaritan Medical Center’s primary angioplasty team specializes in re-opening blocked arteries quickly and is available around the clock.
Good Samaritan’s state-of-the art catheterization lab and electrophysiology (EP) clinic are staffed by specially trained registered nurses and technicians. Our newly renovated angiography suite offers the most current technology to treat patients with peripheral vascular disease, those on dialysis and other illnesses.
Good Samaritan Medical Center continues to be recognized for excellence in cardiac care. The center was recognized by annual Stroke Collaborative Reaching for Excellence (SCORE) with the National Institute of Health Stroke Scale Most Improved award for a large hospital in 2012 and cardiologist Joseph Weinstein, MD, was named one of America’s “Top Cardiologists of 2011” by the Consumers’ Research Council of America.
In addition, we offer access to clinical trials, including a phase II Mass Comm Trail in which the medical center can offer elective heart stent services to a broader number of patients close to home.