Dr. Alice Kim, cardiologist with Care New England Cardiovascular Care and the Women's Heart Health Program at Women & Infants, weighs in on how to protect your heart before Menopause. Read more
The Providence Journal: Angioplasty at Kent
Kent Hospital completed its first elective coronary angioplasty since obtaining state approval earlier this year to perform the procedure both on an elective and emergency basis. Read more
Many patients note heart palpitations after meals. Chester Hedgepeth, MD, PhD, executive chief of Cardiology at Care New England explains. Read More
Warwick Beacon: Kent 'ready' to perform coronary angioplasty
Kent Hospital has notified the Department of Health that it will submit an application for a certificate of need to regain the approval for coronary angioplasty that it was granted in 2008. Read More
Providence Journal Dennis D. Keefe: Bringing cardiology care close to home
Dennis D. Keefe, president and CEO of Care New England, discusses the recent expansion of Brigham and Women’s Cardiovascular Associates at Care New England. Read More
Providence Business News: 5 Questions with Dr. Hedgepeth
Dr. Chester Hedgepeth talks about how telemedicine allows local patients to access the talents of a larger team based in Boston and thus improve their health. Read More
GoLocal Prov: Kent Announces Advances Heart Failure Program
Kent Hospital announced the development of a new Advanced Heart Failure Program today, in conjunction with the Center for Advanced Heart Disease at Brigham and Women’s Hospital of Boston. The program will enhance the scope of services locally for its Cardiology Division, which already offers an array of clinical services to cardiac patients in the community. Read More
Warwick Beacon Article: "Dancing is RX for Healthier Communities"
An Irish tradition made an early appearance at Warwick Mall Saturday, but that’s just what was intended by those organizing the National Day of Dance for Your Health. Read More
Clinical Lab Products Magazine Article: "Cardiovascular Testing"
Heart disease is responsible for one in every four female deaths, and is the leading cause of death in women over 40 years old and after menopause. Laboratory testing plays a major role in monitoring the cardiovascular health of women whose risk of heart disease increases with age. Read More