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An insertable cardiac monitor (ICM) is a device inserted just beneath your skin in the chest area, which constantly monitors heart rhythms. Your cardiologist uses this data to tailor a treatment plan that can include medication, lifestyle modification or additional procedures.
Who said that having your annual screening mammogram had to be a chore? Schedule your mammogram for a Crozer-Keystone 'Think Pink' event and get a free gift.
Crozer-Keystone now offers patients 3D mammography, also known as tomosynthesis, at Department of Radiology at Crozer-Chester Medical Center.
Crozer-Keystone gift shops raise money to support important hospital services and enrich the well-being of our patients, visitors, volunteers and staff. Our volunteers provide excellent, caring service to everyone who enters our gift shops.
Regular check-ups with her primary care doctor and cardiologist helped save Jeanette Hartunian's life by detecting a potentially fatal enlarged aorta. Crozer-Keystone cardiothoracic surgeon Charles Geller, M.D. used an advanced new technique to repair Hartunian’s faulty main artery in suspended animation.
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The Crozer-Keystone Surgery Center at Haverford offers high-definition (HD) colonoscopies to detect colorectal cancer as early as possible.
Joy Saudargras, a registered dietitian at Springfield Hospital, explains how proper nutrition and a balanced diet can improve your overall health.
This device may benefit those who suffer from unexplained episodes of fainting or other cardiovascular conditions, such as stroke, atrial fibrillation or seizures.
Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers, afflicting more than two million Americans each year. Felicia N. Sumner, D.O. offers tips on avoiding skin cancer and how to identify troubling skin changes or blemishes.
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