A heart attack was the last thing on Karen Heydorf’s mind—but self-diagnosed panic attacks were a major concern.
Heart & Vascular Care Success Stories
When a heart attack strikes, seconds matter—and getting treatment can mean the difference between life and death.
The idea that women are less susceptible to heart disease than men is widespread—and far from the truth.
When Kim Hogerson became manager of emergency services at Saddleback Memorial, she never dreamed that she would end up in the ER herself.
On a typical Sunday for Alicia Townsend-Fenick took her 16-month-old identical twins for a five-mile stroller-walk, made a quick trip to the grocery store, watched football and agonized over the situation in Haiti.