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Patient Testimonials

Hear from our patients below. Click on their photo or name to read their story.

James Cromwell had a ventricular fibrillation.

James Cromwell

"I was sitting there having dinner and I just keeled over." James Cromwell talks about his experience with ventricular fibrillation.

Sue Hu found help for her Venous Ulcers at Johns Hopkins.

Sue Hu

"I was diagnosed with a venous ulcer resulting from venous insufficiency."

Hayden Lazorchak

Hayden Lazorchak

"We went into this thinking we were going to have a normal, healthy, everyday kid...and what we got took us for a surprise and changed our life."
Meet other children from the Hopkins Children's Center.

Loyce Pickett

Loyce Pickett

"There was a pain under my shoulder blade that radiated into my back. Since I have a family history of heart attack, I thought for sure I was headed for one."

Kim Buahs

Kim Bauhs

"I was 46, feeling perfectly healthy and about to give a talk at a business meeting, when I fell to the floor in cardiac arrest."

Samuel Brown

Samuel Brown

"At the local hospital, they told me I had high blood pressure and a blocked carotid artery. But it wasn't until I got to Johns Hopkins that I learned I had something even worse: dissection of my ascending aorta."

Donna Hansen

Donna Hansen

"Fortunately, my Johns Hopkins heart surgeon was able to give me a biventricular pacemaker using minimally invasive robotic surgery."

Bryan Knepper

Bryan Knepper

"I was born with the heart defect called tetralogy of Fallot, which was surgically corrected when I was 3."

Larry Levy

Larry Levy

"It's a very scary thing when you have to go into the emergency room with chest pains. You want people who are thinking on a higher level."

Albert McDonald

Albert McDonald

"My surgeon, cardiologist and primary care doctor worked together on my follow up. I'm doing rehab three days a week, and am feeling terrific."

Elizabeth Westfall

Elizabeth Westfall

"For me, it was easier than having a baby. I had a short hospital stay, and the only healing was a small cut under my breast."

 

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