Tips for a Heart Healthy DietPosted on February 14, 2023
Here are a few lifestyle changes to benefit your heart health and avoid issues like heart disease.
Heartbeats in RhythmPosted on September 13, 2022
John Kelly was suffering from episodes of racing and irregular heartbeats. He found relief after being treated by Dr. John Meriwether, EP cardiologist.
A Commitment to ExcellencePosted on August 17, 2022
Parkwest Medical Center Recognized for Outstanding Stroke and Heart Care Each year, the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association recognize hospitals that meet specific measures for excellent care for patients experiencing stroke and heart events. The AHA/ASA’s Get With The Guidelines® and Mission: Lifeline® Quality Achievement Awards are based on nationally recognized, research-based
Heart and SoulPosted on January 19, 2022
At Parkwest Medical Center we put our heart and soul into caring for yours.
Parkwest Recognized as a Top 50 Cardiovascular HospitalPosted on December 3, 2021
For the second year in a row, Parkwest Medical Center has been named one of the nation’s Top 50 Cardiovascular Hospitals by Fortune/IBM Watson Health.
Parkwest Medical Center earns national recognition for efforts to improve cardiovascular treatmentPosted on September 7, 2021
Parkwest has received two American Heart Association Achievement Awards for implementing quality improvement measures for cardiovascular patients.
Lenoir City Man Bounces Back After Heart Attack, Quadruple BypassPosted on April 27, 2021
Richard Imgram was shocked to learn he was having a heart attack because he did not experience any of the typical symptoms.
Listen to Your Heart: Minimally Invasive Surgery Restores Heart Patient’s Zest for LifePosted on April 21, 2021
Charlene Henderson, a Hamblen County resident, enjoys having her quality of life back after non-invasive surgery at Parkwest.