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SJH&MC Implants Non-Surgical, Wireless Cardiac Pacemaker

Heart care experts at St. John Hospital and Medical Center are the first in southeast Michigan to implant a miniature pacemaker that goes directly into the heart and has no electrical leads and does not require surgery.

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Thursday, August 28, 2014

SJH&MC Implants Non-Surgical, Wireless Cardiac Pacemaker

Heart care experts at St. John Hospital and Medical Center are the first...

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Providence & Providence Park Hospitals Partner with the Core Institute for Orthopedic Co-Management Program

The CORE Institute and Providence Hospitals in Southfield and Novi have...

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Study: Experiencing AFib While Hospitalized For Surgery Linked to Increased Stroke Risk

A St. John Providence heart care expert says enhanced patient monitoring...

Monday, July 14, 2014

St. John Hospital & Medical Center is first hospital in Detroit to earn Baby Friendly designation

St. John Hospital & Medical Center (SJH&MC) is the first hospital in Detroit...

Monday, June 16, 2014

St. John Hospital Building Named for Generous Donors

Professional Building I (PBI) on the campus of St. John Hospital and Medical...

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WDIV-TV

8/27/2014

Miniature pacemaker

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A story on WDIV-TV highlighted the heart care team at St. John Hospital and Medical Center, led by Sohail Hassan, M.D., director of electrophysiology at SJH&MC, who were the first in southeast Michigan to implant a miniature pacemaker that goes directly into the heart and has no electrical leads and does not require surgery.

Michigan Chronicle

8/27/2014

2015 Go Red For Women Detroit campaign

Michigan Chronicle -

Janice Cosby Bridges, chief marketing officer for Ascension Health Michigan, was featured in a story in the Michigan Chronicle after she was named chair of the 2015 Go Red For Women Detroit campaign.

Detroit Free Press

8/20/2014

The potential risks of exposure to flood waters

Detroit Free Press -

Dr. Leonard Johnson, chief of infectious disease at St. John Hospital & Medical Center, was quoted in a story in the Detroit Free Press about the potential risks of exposure to flood waters.

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