Beaumont Hospital Opened Ernst Cardiovascular Care Center.

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Cardiac imaging news Beaumont Hospitals, based in Royal Oak, has expanded its services for cardiovascular patients by opening the new Ernst Cardiovascular Center in Oct. 18. Specialty clinics in the new Ernst Cardiovascular Center will offer innovative and minimally invasive therapeutic techniques for heart valve disease, atrial fibrillation, congestive heart failure, complex aortic disease as well as preventive screening measures. Furthermore, clinicians in the clinics are going to perform breakthrough surgeries and treatments for patients with high-risk heart and vascular diseases. The center is also the stronghold for Beaumont's innovative “7 tests for $70” heart and vascular screening and the “Healthy Heart Check” student heart screening program, as declared in a press release.

The center provides expedited, multidisciplinary care. A professional team of cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, vascular surgeons, anesthesiologists and other experts evaluates the patient condition and recommends the best medical or surgical treatment. The center was established because of $3 million donation from Max and Debra Ernst of Orchard Lake and their family in memory of Ellen Ernst, Max Ernst's late first wife. Marc Sakwa M.D., chief of Cardiovascular Surgery at Beaumont, Royal Oak, said: “Thanks to the generosity of Max and Debra Ernst and their family, we have been able to create a beautiful center that brings together all the heart and vascular experts from Beaumont with the latest technology and research to deliver the best possible patient care and outcomes. This is a dream come true. We are very grateful to the Ernst family for their tremendous gift, which will benefit our patients and community for many years to come.”

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