Gloria Allen Turnage
Emergency Stent Recipient
Quintuple Heart Bypass
Clifton Park, NY
Emergency Heart Surgery
Heart Attack Survivor
Cardiac Stent Implant
Heart Stent Implants
Andalib Nawab, MD
Women and Heart Disease
Peter Cospito, DO, FACC
Kim Trombly, RN
Cardiac Surgery Program
Robert A. Joy, MD
John Nolan MD
Ellis Cardiac Services
Herbert Reich, MD
Chief Cardiothoracic Surgery
Michael B. Holmes, MD
Fast Track Chest Pain Unit
Treat your heart right
Ellis has the right team, the right care, right here – to bring you world class cardiac services in a community hospital setting.
Our team is continually introducing new programs and treatments in response to the needs of our patients. From time-saving new emergency protocols to minimally invasive surgical procedures, Ellis is redefining cardiac care to help save lives, shorten hospital stays and improve quality of life for our Capital Region neighbors.
Give your heart the care it deserves. Stay healthy, exercise, eat right, and if your heart needs medical attention, care for it at Ellis.
Learn more about our new cardiac initiatives:
Comprehensive cardiac care for our community:
Cardiac ER: Delivering faster response in life-threatening cardiac emergencies
Diagnosis: Sophisticated imaging and evaluation to accurately identify heart problems.
Treatment: Minimally invasive procedures and surgery to correct heart conditions.
- Rehabilitation: Customized programs to help patients resume active lifestyles.
Talk to your primary care physician or click here to find a doctor.
For more information about Ellis Medicine’s Wright Heart Center or Emergency Care, please call 1.888.EllisInfo (1.888.355.4746) or 518.243.3333.
Health and Wellness Programs
New Hybrid Procedure For A-fib Patients
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Coronary Heart Disease Quiz
Are you at risk?
Coronary heart disease is the leading cause of death in the world. This quick and easy quiz can help determine your possible risk and what steps you may be able to take to lower your risk. Click here to take the Coronary Heart Disease Quiz