On Tuesday 22nd March, Hurstville Private Hospital will officially launch their cardiac services to the Hurstville and surrounding community.
The Centre opened in September 2015 and has been building momentum over the last few months. It operates by referral only and is placed to receive patients with acute cardiac disease.
This new $6million state-of-the-art facility has two cardiac catheterisation laboratories and 15 intensive care beds. Staffed by highly qualified nurses and doctors, the Centre has over 20 Specialist Cardiologists and can accommodate a wide range of cardiac diagnostic tests and interventional procedures, such as angiography, angioplasty, stents, pacemakers, implantable defibrillators and EP studies.
Dr Mark Sader, supported by a team of respected cardiologists in partnership with Lloyd Adams, Chief Executive Officer at Hurstville Private Hospital, have been the driving force behind the opening of the Centre.
“We have a responsibility to deliver premium health services to our community and the Centre is just one example of the initiatives that Hurstville Private is undertaking following its redevelopment phase”, said Mr Adams.
Dr Mark Sader, who has over a decade of experience working in the St George and Sutherland community and the Director of Cardiology at St George Public Hospital heads up the unit at Hurstville Private.
“This Centre is exceptional in its technology, design and function, providing the patients rapid access to the hospital’s specialist services”, said Dr Sader.
Patients can access the Centre through GP or consultant referral.