Memorial Hermann Greater Heights For The Leader Longtime Heights resident Lisa Whynot-Huey may be 61 years old, but she says she’s a young 61-year-old. That’s why it was so frustrating when she found herself getting exhausted in the afternoons, unable to breathe. “I felt terrible. I was home in bed by one o’clock in the afternoon because I was so tired,” she remembered. In 2016, Whynot-Huey was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation, a type of irregular heartbeat often referred to as “AFib.” The American Heart Association (AHA) says common symptoms include heart palpitations, shortness of breath and weakness. If left untreated, the AHA says it can lead to blood clots, stroke and heart failure. After attempting to control the condition through medication, Whynot-Huey was referred … [Read more...] about Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital offers minimally invasive procedure to fix AFib
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Memorial Hermann Health System has announced Paul O’Sullivan as SVP and CEO of Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital. O’Sullivan will also continue to serve as SVP and CEO of Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center. O’Sullivan succeeds SVP and CEO Susan Jadlowski who, after 11 years with Memorial Hermann, will be leaving the organization in December. Jadlowski will remain with Memorial Hermann working in the corporate offices on special projects through the end of the year. “Paul will be an outstanding addition to the Greater Heights family in leading the Campus’ continued commitment to providing high-quality, safe, patient-centered care,” said Erin Asprec, EVP of Acute Care Services for Memorial Hermann. “Having a single leader for Memorial Hermann Greater … [Read more...] about Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital appoints a new CEO
Memorial Hermann Greater Heights For The Leader If you think it’s old-fashioned to have a family medicine doctor, think again. Today’s primary care physicians (PCPs) – specialists in family medicine – do much more than treat sniffles, sprains and sinus infections. They are also preventive medicine specialists, health coaches and care coordinators for their patients. Heather Hamilton, MD, and Kesha Zaveri, DO, PCPs affiliated with Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital, are about as far as possible from “grandfatherly,” but they share the same old-fashioned concern for creating long-term relationships that ensure good health for their patients. Dr. Zaveri describes PCPs as “the first line of defense for you and your health. Our goal is to keep you healthy, starting with … [Read more...] about Who really needs a PCP?