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New Multi-specialty Interventional Suite at Bayshore Community Hospital
When it comes to beating cardiovascular disease, early detection and treatment are critical. With Bayshore Community Hospital nearby, you can take comfort in knowing that you’re never far from quality cardiovascular care.

Part of the Meridian CardioVascular Network, Bayshore is there every step of the way, from diagnosis to treatment and rehabilitation, and offers patients access to Jersey Shore University Medical Center, the regional provider of cardiac surgery.

The Heart of Bayshore Continues to Grow
Since 2013, Bayshore has been qualified as a Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention hospital, which means the hospital is approved to provide primary angioplasty procedures for patients experiencing a heart attack. The dedicated team at Bayshore and a commitment to providing excellence in patient care allows Bayshore to maintain a door-to-balloon time that’s better than the national  average.

The new Multi-specialty Interventional Suite includes state-of-the-art technology so physicians can perform complex minimally-invasive cardiovascular procedures, as well as endovascular and interventional radiology procedures. New equipment will allow physicians to perform the most current and complex minimally-invasive cardiovascular interventions.

Other cardiovascular procedures include Carotid Angiograpy, Pacemaker Implantation, and Peripheral Angiography and Intervention.

Advances in Bayshore’s Cardiovascular Program include:
• Accredited Chest Pain Center
• Expert team comprised of board-certified cardiologists, radiologists, vascular surgeons, and nurses
• Improved equipment that produces detailed images for a faster, more accurate diagnosis and treatment

Why cardiac catheterization?
A cardiac catheterization is a minimally-invasive procedure that allows physicians to further evaluate various cardiac diseases, and may be used as a diagnostic tool following an episode of cardiac symptoms (chest pain, shortness of breath, or dizziness) or other tests such as an ECG or stress test.

Angioplasty (PCI) and stenting may be done in conjunction with, or following, a catheterization to open blocked arteries and restore blood flow to heart tissue without the need for open-heart surgery.

Benefits of catheter-based interventions include:
• Shorter hospital stays
• Quicker recovery and return to daily activities
• Smaller incisions
• Less pain and less scarring

Why is it so important to have this care close to home?
Moments count when it comes to heart health. Cardiovascular disease is the number one leading cause of death in the United States. But if someone experiencing a heart attack receives treatment right away, they have a much better chance of survival.

“When someone experiences a heart attack, it’s our mission to make sure we remain one of the best hospitals in the state…and our new lab is just going to help us improve our outcomes that much more,” Dr. Younan says.

365 Days of Heart
Meridian CardioVascular Network is committed to helping you take control of your health and live heart healthy all year long. With special events, educational programs, healthy tips and recipes, 365 Days of Heart provides the community with access to important prevention, wellness, and risk-assessment information straight from our heart-health experts. Learn more at 365DaysofHeart.com.


For More information about the Multi-specialty Interventional Suite at Bayshore, please call (732) 739-5923 or visit BayshoreHospital.org/Heart.

To find a physician, call (800) 560-9990.

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01 Sep 2015


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