Treatments & Techniques
Over the years since physicians began performing Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) procedures, many changes and innovations have improved the lives of many patients.
As a leader in advanced, specialized cardiovascular care, WellSpan Health uses leading-edge technology and comprehensive programs to provide patients with more options and ultimately improve quality of life.
WellSpan Health: Innovative Treatment and Systemwide Continuity of Care for Heart Attack Patients in South Central Pennsylvania
A combination of coordinated care, advanced interventions and a highly experienced team of clinicians allows WellSpan Health to provide lifesaving heart attack treatment.
As heart failure prevalence continues to increase across the U.S., WellSpan Health’s physician-led Heart Failure Program helps patients who face this chronic condition realize a significant improvement in longevity and quality of life.
When a patient’s heart valves become leaky or stiff, the heart has to work harder to deliver blood where it needs to go. The highly skilled cardiovascular surgeons, clinicians and staff at WellSpan York Hospital and WellSpan Good Samaritan Hospital provide these patients with the most effective heart valve surgery options.
Time is of the essence when it comes to treating patients with abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA).
WellSpan Health’s Structural Heart Program is Pennsylvania’s top provider of bioprosthetic valve fracturing.
WellSpan Health has invested in high-resolution MRI and AI programs that enable WellSpan radiologists to detect cancer when other imaging technologies prove ineffective.
Specialists and other caregivers at WellSpan Orthopedics and WellSpan Surgery & Rehabilitation Hospital work together to provide integrated care for patients requiring foot and ankle surgery.
Specialization, Collaboration and Education Are Key to Treating Complex Joint Conditions at WellSpan Health
From physical therapy to joint replacements, WellSpan is well equipped to meet the needs of local patients.
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