Sun Sentinel – April 30, 2015
Cleveland Clinic Florida contributes $783 million a year to the South Florida economy, according to the first economic analysis commissioned by the hospital. The growing nonprofit clinic has done similar studies for years at its main campus in Cleveland. The hospital says it will now do the same in South Florida.
Miami Herald – April 24, 2015
Paul Kerman, 63, or North Miami knows firsthand the pain that Alzheimer’s disease can bring. When his mother died in October 2014, she was in the early stages of the disease.
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What: Atrial Fibrillation (Afib), the most common type of irregular heartbeat is found in about 2.2 million Americans. Because abnormal heart rhythms can be silent, there are millions of Americans today unaware they are living with this condition. In some cases AFib can be dangerous, because it can lead to stroke as a result of blood clots traveling to the brain. There are a variety of treatment options available, both medical as well as surgical. Log on to chat with two of Cleveland Clinic’s cardiac electrophysiologists, to learn more and have your questions addressed.