• Features
  • Back In Rhythm

    Two years ago, Stacy Clark was only 45 when she was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation — “A Fib” — is an abnormal heart rhythm in which the upper chambers of the heart (atria) are out of sync with the lower chambers of the heart... read more...
  • Heart To Heart

    In a move designed to provide valley residents with the highest quality and most efficient cardiac care, Desert Cardiology Center and Eisenhower Medical Center have forged an alliance to create Eisenhower Desert Cardiology Center. “The country as a... read more...
  • Cardiology

    Heart disease is still the number one cause of death in the United States, causing nearly one million heart attacks and more than half a million deaths each year. Prevention is, of course, critical — maintaining a healthy lifestyle through diet and... read more...
  • Highlights
  • Getting To The Heart of the Matter

    In this issue of Healthy Living, the focus is on Eisenhower’s Cardiovascular Center of Excellence — a fitting topic to start the New Year as many of us make resolutions to improve our fitness. The Physicians Roundtable on page 32 features members of... read more...
  • White House Briefing On Cardiovascular Health

    In 2012, Eisenhower Cardiologist Charlie Shaeffer, Jr, MD met with senior White House officials as part of a discussion with community leaders who are actively involved in the prevention, treatment and research of cardiovascular disease and stroke. ... read more...
  • Eisenhower Medical Center Reaccredited As Chest Pain Center

    Eisenhower Medical Center has again received full accreditation as a chest pain center from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care (SCPC). Originally accredited in 2006 and then in 2009, Eisenhower is among the first four hospitals in California... read more...