That is a bold question, but one being addressed by researchers today. According to recent trials, the answer could be yes. With heart disease being the number one killer in our country, responsible for 25% of US deaths every year, wiping out heart attacks is a substantial consideration to the health of our nation.
We believe our employees are the heart of Hillcrest. The high quality healthcare we provide our patients every day is in the hands of our great employees. If you have been interested in finding the right job in the right place, this could be the perfect time for you!
Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in our country. It is a complex disorder that often times requires multiple medical approaches and lifestyle modifications to properly manage. At Oklahoma Heart Institute, our endocrinologists remain abreast of the latest advancements in diabetes management to give our patients the best course of action and outcomes that favorably affect their health and quality of life.
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Oklahoma Heart Institute’s Cardiovascular MRI (CMR) Department completed their first case this week 13 years ago, June 3, 1999. The department was the first of its kind in the United States, originally providing outpatient services and performing 300 clinical studies in the first year. The Cardiovascular MRI team has tripled since that first year, with 3 CMR technologist and 3 CMR cardiologists now performing more than 2500 studies a year. Additionally, today both inpatient and outpatient services are available.