Hospital services

EVOLUTION OF SIOUX CITY’S HOSPITAL CARDIOLOGY SERVICES

CITY OF SIOUX CARDIOVACULAR ASSOCIATES HAVE ANNOUNCED A CHANGE IN THEIR MEDICAL SERVICES PROVIDED IN LOCAL HOSPITALS.

A LETTER FROM CVA AND ST. LUKE’S UNITYPOINT AFFIRMS THAT FROM TODAY (FRIDAY 15 OCT) CARDIOVASCULAR ASSOCIATES WILL ONLY OFFER CARDIOLOGY SERVICES IN ST. LUC.

CVA NO LONGER OFFERS SERVICES AT MERCYONE IN SIOUX CITY.
THE LETTER STATES THAT CVA PATIENTS HOSPITALIZED IN MERCY WILL NO LONGER BE ABLE TO SEE THEIR CARDIOLOGIST.

THE ACV SAYS THAT BY FOCUSING ON AN ESTABLISHMENT, THEY CAN TAKE FULL BENEFIT FROM THEIR DOCTORS, CARE TEAMS AND TECHNOLOGY TO COORDINATE THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF CARE. FOR PATIENTS.

BETH HUGHES, PRESIDENT OF THE WESTERN MERCYONE REGION OF IOWA, HAS ISSUED A STATEMENT ASSURING THE SIOUXLAND COMMUNITY THAT MERCYONE’S COMMITMENT TO HEART CARE REMAINS STRONG.

MERCY WELCOMES A NEW MEDICAL DIRECTOR OF CARDIOLOGY TO DR. MIR RAUF SUBLA WHO HAS 10 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN HEART CARE AT CLINIC CLEVELAND, CLINIC MAYO AND DUC UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL.

THE HUGHES STATEMENT CONTINUES THAT “THE MERCYONE SIOUXLAND HEART AND VASCULAR CENTER REMAINS THE ONLY FULL-SERVICE HEART CENTER IN OUR COMMUNITY, PROVIDING PATIENTS A FULL RANGE OF SERVICES FROM GENERAL CARDIOLOGY TO INVASIVE AND MINIMUM HEART PROCEDURES. OPEN CUR ”.