Operating in state-of-the-art facilities, our team of board-certified interventional radiologists and experienced hospital staff focus on minimally invasive techniques designed to diagnose and treat certain life-threatening conditions and diseases, such as heart disease and cancer.
Interventional Radiologists are physicians who specialize in the use of advanced imaging technology and who are experts in surgical procedures performed using instruments that are inserted into the blood vessels. Your Interventional Radiologist is a highly skilled physician who is skilled in the latest minimally-invasive and imaging-guided procedures.
The doctor who admits you is responsible for directing your care throughout your stay with us and afterwards as well. He or she will coordinate diagnosis and treatment with our specialists and surgeons, rehabilitation therapists, and many others. Your doctor, as the coordinator of your treatment plan, should be consulted if you have any questions about your heart care program.
Nurses Specializing in Interventional Radiology
A nurse will provide much of your care throughout your stay with us. Your nurse will assure orders given by your physician and/or surgeon are completed, including delivery of medications and monitoring your vital signs.
Hospitalists are physicians who specializes in providing care for patients while they are hospitalized rather than seeing them in an office setting. Hospitalists work closely with a patient's primary care physician. Upon hospital admission, the Hospitalist will inform your physician's office and obtain any necessary information and records. They remain in contact with your physician as needed during your hospital stay. Upon discharge from the hospital, a copy of the discharge report is sent to your physician.