Press Items for Treatment: cardiac bypass surgery

1/3/2017 - North Shore Medical Center (NSMC) has been named among the nation’s 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals by Truven Health Analytics, an IBM company. Truven Health Analytics is a leading provider of information and analytics focused on the quality and cost of healthcare.  
Many Cardiac Services Will Remain at NSMC
6/23/2016 - The Salem News
Our broad array of world-class cardiac services will remain right here on the North Shore, while our open-heart surgery program will be consolidated with Massachusetts General Hospital. So whether our patients need a check-up, diagnosis, test, defibrillator, pacemaker, ablation or stent, the NSMC Heart Center will be here to provide expert advice and treatment.
Warning Signs: Beverly Man Catches Heart Disease in the Nick of Time
Shoveling snow can cause many people to suffer aches and pains, but for Beverly business owner, David Boeggeman, this winter’s annual ritual ended up saving his life. Boeggeman was shoveling a light dusting of snow from his walkway when he felt a brief pain in his chest. “A slight tightness in my chest just didn’t feel right,” said Boeggeman. “I knew I needed to get it checked out because I knew it wasn’t from exertion.”
Surviving a “Widow Maker”: Quick actions by NSMC cardiac team saves Marblehead man’s life
It was a hot, sticky August morning, but Marblehead resident Scott MacAllister, 63, was not about to let the heat keep him from heading out for a run. He met up with longtime friend, Steve Flanagan, and the pair began their normal loop around Marblehead Neck. Running partners for more than 15 years, it didn’t take either of them long to notice something wasn’t right.
Difference Between Life and Death
Being taken to the right hospital at the right time was the difference between life and death for Lynn police officer Dave Fitzgerald.
A Perfect Storm
Bob Matthias, 55, of Lynn, arrived at NSMC's Emergency Department on a cold February night, all but unconscious. When he awoke in the NSMC Heart Center two days later, he learned how close he had come to dying.