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Cardiology clinic now open

The Salem Health's newest cardiology clinic is now open and accepting new patients. All patients must have a referral from a physician.


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Heart Failure Guide Book

The heart’s job is to pump oxygen-rich blood to your body. When you have heart failure, it does not mean that your heart has stopped working. Your heart is still beating; it just isn’t pumping enough blood to meet your body’s needs.

Download this free guide book to learn more about heart failure and ways to prevent it.




Cardiac catheterization diagnoses and treats heart conditions with catheters, traditionally inserted through the femoral artery in the leg.

The femoral procedure requires patients lie still for several hours afterwards and then spend the night in the hospital.

But cardiologists using the radial method utilize an artery in the wrist. The radial approach increases patient comfort and dramatically cuts their recovery time.