Matthew Antolin’s legacy continues to live on. A former patient of the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, 27-year-old Matthew passed away in December 2012 while awaiting […]Read More
Well, what an ordeal! They got the plane fixed. We will be leaving in about six hours – the Ilyushin is on route. Dale has […]Read More
We are battening down the hatches for a significant storm, with winds expected 40 to 50 knots. The day was spent preparing and ensuring that […]Read More
Dr. Heather Ross climbs mountains and treks to the ends of the world to raise awareness for heart failure research, cardiac transplantation and heart health. Her goal is to motivate people to live their life to the fullest, as she says at “any age, any stage – test your limits.”
The Advanced Heart Failure Program at the PMCC provides an integrated platform of care that ensures the most esteemed cardiovascular specialists in the world provide exemplary care to patients with heart failure.
Heart disease doesn’t discriminate. It is the leading cause of death in both men and women and its incidence is increasing rapidly as the population ages. It is a disease that is growing. By 2020, heart disease will become the largest disease burden worldwide.