The Mended Heart Support Group is a national and community-based nonprofit organization that offers the gift of hope to heart disease patients, their families and caregivers.
While many may associate amputations with traumatic events such as war, the more common causes often stem from vascular disease exacerbated by diabetes, according to the nonprofit Amputee Coalition.
Less than a year after opening, the hybrid endovascular surgical suite at Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital has helped thousands of local residents and become a destination learning center for surgeons from across the country.
Kingwood Medical Center, an HCA Affiliated Hospital, celebrated Heart Month and supported the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® national movement to help end heart disease and stroke in women by showing off their red threads on “National Wear Red Day.”
Kousta Foteh, M.D. gave Gearldine Robinson something that no other doctor was willing to give her – hope.