Men's Health Tips
We asked five male physicians at Emerson to share their best health tips for men. Read on for their useful advice.
Is It “Just” Heartburn or Something More Serious?
If you experience heartburn daily, it is probably time to be evaluated for gastroesophageal reflux disease. Dr. John Dowd discusses heartburn and when to seek care.
In My Own Voice: Michael Cramer Turns to Cardiac Rehabilitation After a Heart Attack
During his recovery from a heart attack, Michael turned to Emerson’s cardiac rehabilitation program, where he worked with an exercise physiologist, dietitian, nurses and staff to eventually return to his active lifestyle.
Benjamin Tillinger, MD, Honored with Partners Leadership Award
Benjamin Tillinger, MD, a cardiologist with Emerson Cardiovascular Associates, was honored recently with the Leadership Award for Excellence in Specialty Collaboration at the Partners Primary Care Leadership Summit. The award recognizes his leadership in improving coordinated patient care through enhanced communications among physicians. According to his award nomination, “Dr. Tillinger is a patient-centered strategic thinker and a true leader in every initiative he manages. He is an invaluable asset to the Emerson Physician Hospital Organization.”
Emerson Hospital Receives Achievement Awards for its Care of Stroke Patients
The American Heart Association / American Stroke Association honored Emerson Hospital recently for its excellence in treating stroke patients. Emerson earned the Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award and was named to the Target: Stroke Honor Roll.
Cardiologist Dr. Daniela Capriles Joins Emerson Hospital
Cardiologist Daniela Capriles, MD, FACC, recently joined Emerson Hospital and is accepting new patients. Dr. Capriles sees patients at her office located at 131 Old Road to Nine Acre Corner, John Cuming Building, Suite 640 in Concord.
Solving a common health risk: Emerson class attacks the metabolic syndrome
Emerson cardiologists discuss advances in cardiovascular medicine
A healthy heart rhythm: Living well with atrial fibrillation
In my own voice: Tackling heart disease and diabetes