Good Samaritan Hospital to Open its World-Class Active International Cardiovascular Institute

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Good Samaritan Hospital will cut the ribbon signifying the highly anticipated opening of its Active International Cardiovascular Institute on Thursday, November 14.

Good Samaritan Hospital will cut the ribbon signifying the highly anticipated opening of its Active International Cardiovascular Institute on Thursday, November 14, 2006. Heart disease is the number one killer in America, and in the Lower Hudson Valley the mortality rate is up to 23 percent higher than the national average. Good Samaritan Hospital has confronted this problem head-on by building a state-of-the-art Cardiovascular Institute that will be the only facility between the New Jersey border and Albany able to perform open heart surgery.

Dr. Edward Lundy, head of cardiac surgery at Good Samaritan, has been assembling an impressive team of cardiac surgeons, perfusionists, advanced nurse practitioners, critical care nurses and support staff, all of whom will contribute to making the Active International Cardiovascular Institute a national model and one of the top quality centers of its kind.    

When: Thursday, December 14, 2006; 10:00 a.m.

Where: Good Samaritan Hospital's new Medical Office Building(Enter from Hemlon Rd./Emergency Entrance) 255 Lafayette Ave. Suffern, NY 10901

Who: Good Samaritan Hospital Leadership and the Staff of the new Active International Cardiovascular Institute

Misc.: Coverage invited; photo and interview opportunities with Dr. Edward Lundy, head of cardiac surgery at Good Samaritan, Michael Schnieders, Executive Vice President and Administrator of Good Samaritan, Dominick Stanzione, CEO of Bon Secours Health System Inc., and many more. Refreshments served.

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Jason Ledder

R&J Public Relations, LLC

Phone: (908) 722-5757

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