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Johns Hopkins Medicine Suburban - MobileMed/NIH Heart Clinic at Suburban Hospital
New Directions Winter 2012
MobileMed/NIH Heart Clinic at Suburban Hospital
Date: November 1, 2012
The MobileMed/NIH Heart Clinic at Suburban Hospital is celebrating five years of caring for people with serious heart conditions who otherwise would not have access to specialty care services. The clinic is the first in Montgomery County to bring together resources to create access to leading heart experts for evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. Staffed by dedicated volunteers and operating continuously since 2007, the clinic has served more than 2,000 patients. With cardiovascular disease the leading cause of death in Montgomery County, it is critical that the clinic’s work continues. You can make a difference. Between now and the end of February, for a minimum donation of $15, you can help support clinic patients in need of follow-up services. In return, we will send you a special Heart Month T-shirt. Call 301-896-3939.
To learn more about cardiac care at Suburban Hospital, click here.
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- Research: Imaging Acute Brain Injury
- Johns Hopkins Community Physicians are Now in Germantown
- Why Suburban?
- Year-End Giving
- Commitment to Excellence
- President’s Message
- CGAs Offer Income for Life
- Common Symptoms of a Heart Attack
- Noteworthy! Shaw Family Foundation Donates $1M to Pediatric Emergency Department
- Neurosurgeon David Lin, M.D., Ph.D., Joins Suburban Hospital
- MobileMed/NIH Heart Clinic at Suburban Hospital
- NIH Heart Center at Suburban Hospital Celebrates Great Outcomes, Outreach and Research
- Noteworthy! Suburban Named Healthiest Workplace
- Turning the Table for Hip Replacement Patient
- Research: FDA Authorizes New Stem Cell Trial
- Wilmer Eye Institute Opens Office in Bethesda
- Record-Breaking Year for Key To The Cure Event Honors Survivors, Supports Women’s Cancer Programs
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- Fueled by Philanthropy: $1M Gift to Advance Neuro Care