Bruce went through an on-going series of medical tests to try to uncover the reason for tightness and pain in his chest. But it wasn’t until he was referred to the new Nash Heart Center that a diagnosis and treatment were accomplished. Turns out, Bruce had 100% double blockage. Even more amazing, the surgeon at Nash Heart Center was able to perform a minimally invasive procedure through Bruce’s wrist resulting in a much faster recovery! In fact, just a week later and he was back in the gym. And it all happened right here on the campus of Nash Health Care. If you need routine or emergency heart care, Nash Heart Center is ready to help.
Nurse Janet knew exactly what was happening when she began experiencing heart problems. And she knew she needed to act fast. Other members of her family had previously been sent to a heart care facility some 45 minutes away. But now, the new Nash Heart Center can perform heart procedures right here on the Nash Health Care campus. It was a relief for Janet to get emergency care immediately, without the stress of traveling to another city. Nash Heart Center physicians were able to diagnose the problem, treat her, and get her back to where she belongs—helping others. When every second counts, Nurse Janet knew she could trust Nash Heart Center. And you can too.
Bobby knew something wasn’t right. He struggled with continuing chest pains. It even kept him from the things he loved, like playing his guitar. He was also low on energy, and felt the need to go to bed and earlier earlier in the evenings—yet he had difficulty sleeping. That is, until he went to Nash Heart Center. Bobby was able to get the treatment he needed right here on the Nash Health Care campus, and get back to doing what he loves. His heart-related symptoms are gone. And now Bobby is strumming a new tune. If you need routine or emergency heart care, remember Nash Heart Center is close to home. That’s sure to be music to your ears.
Cynthia was in the middle of a routine stress test when everything changed. The doctors concluded Cynthia was on the verge of a major heart attack. They acted quickly. Luckily, the new Nash Heart Center, right here on the Nash Health Care campus, was ready to receive and treat her. Previous to the opening of Nash Heart Center, Cynthia would have been sent to another facility some 45 minutes away. That's 45 minutes Cynthia might not have had. But now she was able to be treated immediately to great success. Today, Cynthia’s heart is right back where it belongs—with her husband. When every second counts, Nash is ready.