This dynamic infographic shares some of our key volume and outcomes data in these areas from 2019 and 2020.
Only three of more than 1,000 U.S. participants in the latest STS Adult Cardiac Surgery Database report earned three stars in all five categories assessed. Get the lowdown on this and more in our dynamic infographic.
We mark 25 years as the nation’s top-ranked heart program by reflecting on key shifts in cardiovascular care over the past quarter century, with an eye toward what’s still ahead.
Whether you’re looking for a benchmark or just plain curious, check out some of the latest volume and outcomes stats from our CABG, PCI and peripheral vascular disease programs.
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