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“You are the books you read, the movies you watch, the music you listen to, the people you spend time with, the conversations you engage in. Choose wisely what you feed your mind.”
-Unknown
Dr. Swain enjoys educating the community about peripheral arterial disease, amputation education, and

$89.99 Could Help You Avoid Being Another Statistic

Vascular imaging can detect the onset of many heart and vascular diseases so we may have the chance for early prevention & intervention. Continue reading “$89.99 Could Help You Avoid Being Another Statistic” »

Heart Failure Awareness: Managing a Low Sodium Diet

This week, we are dedicating our post to heart failure, in honor heart failure awareness week. Heart failure is a condition affecting over 5 million people in the US. Despite its name, heart failure doesn’t mean your heart has stopped beating. Heart failure is a

Thoughtful Tuesday

“Let us always meet each other with a smile, for the smile is the beginning of love.”
-Mother Teresa
In honor of both Valentine’s Day and National Heart Month, our billing team puts a smile on their faces and shows the world their

Preventing Amputations: The SALSAL Foundation

Nearly half of unhealed diabetic foot ulcers result in death within five years. In fact, 85% of lower-limb amputations in patients with diabetes are preceded with a foot ulcer, according to Diabetes Care. New Cardiovascular Horizons estimates the associated cost with amputations is $10-20 billion, every single year. These

Thoughtful Tuesday

“Pay attention to the things you are naturally drawn to. They are often connected to your path, passion, and purpose in life. Have the courage to follow them.”
-Ruben Chavez
Dr. Satish Goel, Electrophysiologist, says it is a commitment to serving his

Thoughtful Tuesday

“You attract the energy you exude.”
Our values focus on compassion and patient-centered care.You will find our values instilled in each of our employees, from our administration to our physicians. When we put these values at the forefront, our patients become empowered and dedicated to their health.

Good News: Deaths Related to Heart Disease Going Down

Heart disease has remained the number one killer in the United States. Many efforts have been made to raise awareness on the prevention of heart disease. Organizations such as the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association have succeeded in making this their number one mission and spreading the

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“Life is a balance of holding on and letting go.”
-Rumi
As the landscape of healthcare evolves, it is important to stay at the forefront of any changes necessary to keep patient care at the center. Life is about  learning how to strike a

Thoughtful Tuesday

“An empty room is a story waiting to happen, and you are the author.”
-Charlotte Moss
We are excited to showcase our new Palatka facility this Thursday at our Palatka Open House! When we first moved into the empty office, we saw

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