Methodist Hospitals achieve new status as accredited chest pain center

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Pictured from left: Wright Alcorn , vice president of operations ; Connie Adams , chest pain coordinator; Shelly Major, chief nursing officer; Marcia Brewer, director of Heart and Vascular Institute and Ian McFadden, president and CEO.

Methodist Hospitals has received chest pain center accreditation from the Society of Chest Pain Centers (SCPC), an international not-for-profit organization that focuses on transforming cardiovascular care by assisting facilities in their effort to create communities of excellence that bring together quality, cost and patient satisfaction.

Hospitals that have received SCPC accreditation have achieved a higher level of expertise in dealing with patients who arrive with symptoms of a heart attack. They emphasize the importance of standardized diagnostic and treatment programs that provide more efficient and effective evaluation as well as more appropriate and rapid treatment of patients with chest pain and other heart attack symptoms.

To become an accredited chest pain center, Methodist Hospitals engaged in rigorous reevaluation and refinement of its cardiac care processes in order to integrate the healthcare industry’s successful practices and newest paradigms into its cardiac care processes.

As an accredited chest pain center, Methodist Hospitals ensures that patients who arrive at the hospital complaining of chest pain or other symptoms of a heart attack receive the treatment necessary during the critical window of time when the integrity of the heart muscle can be preserved.

“People tend to wait when they think they might be having a heart attack, and that’s a mistake,” states Nazzal Obaid, M.D., medical director of the Heart and Vascular Institute. “The average patient arrives in the emergency department more than two hours after the onset of symptoms, but what they don’t realize is that the sooner a heart attack is treated, the less damage to the heart and the better the outcome for the patient. ” For more information, visit www.methodisthospitals.org. They https://pro-essay-writer.com/ are daring the federal government to take their federal funds

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