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Holy Cross Hospital Increases Patient Empowerment through MyHealth Patient Portal

Portal now includes Holy Cross Medical Group doctor visits.

Holy Cross Hospital is a LVAD Shared Care Facility

Modern medicine helps previously end-stage heart failure patients survive and LVAD shared care facilities enable them to travel and relocate

American Heart Association Recognizes Holy Cross Hospital for Quality Stroke and Heart Failure Care

Once again, Holy Cross Hospital's Comprehensive Stroke Center and Heart Failure Clinic recognized nationally for providing excellent care, evidenced by compliance to quality and achievement measures.

Holy Cross Hospital is the First in Broward County to Implant Reveal LINQ™ Miniature Cardiac Monitor

Wireless monitor is one-third the size of a AAA battery and can last up to three years

Renowned Cardiothoracic Surgeon Rejoins Holy Cross Medical Group After Opening New Heart Center in Georgia

Dr. Alexander Justicz specializes in heart surgery, valve repair and thoracic surgery.

WATCH LIVE WEBCAST: 5th Annual Cardiovascular Symposium

5th Annual Cardiovascular Symposium, presented by Holy Cross Hospital, together with Massachusetts General Hospital, will be held Saturday, March 1, 2014, starting at 8:00 am EST.

Holy Cross Hospital Reaches Milestone with 50th Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)

In 2012, the hospital was first in Broward County to successfully perform the minimally invasive procedure for patients deemed at too high risk for open heart surgery.

Holy Cross Hospital Caps 2013 with National Recognitions

Non-profit Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale has been recognized in recent weeks by several national healthcare accreditation and rating organizations for offering among the highest quality of care in the nation in the areas of safety, quality, orthopedic services, breast cancer care and nursing.

Holy Cross Hospital enrolling patients with coronary artery disease in ABSORB III™ trial studying “dissolving” heart device

The Jim Moran Heart and Vascular Research Institute at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale is one of the first in the region to enroll patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) in a clinical trial studying a “dissolving ” cardiac stent to treat heart disease. 

The ABSORB III™ clinical trial recently started in the United States. Interventional cardiologists at Holy Cross implanted the Absorb™ cardiac stent, a small mesh tube that is designed to open a blocked heart vessel, restore blood flow to the heart and then dissolve into the blood vessel over time. 

Just What the Patient Ordered: Holy Cross Hospital Introduces Room Service Dining

Patients may order freshly prepared meals to be delivered to their rooms