Wednesday, November 26, 2014

William Teeters, Shippensburg

My wife and I had just moved to Shippensburg, Pennsylvania from Maryland. I was feeling more winded than usual. Since we were moving, I didn't think it was heart related. Two days before Christmas, I began experiencing chest pains that radiated into my neck. My wife drove me to the Chambersburg Hospital. I was scared, but the nurses made me feel at ease. The staff didn't waste any time.

From the emergency room, I was sent to the cardiac catheterization unit, received a stent, and two hours later, I was resting in my room. I've been to a lot of hospitals in my lifetime, and Chambersburg Hospital is the best.

Mr. Teeters underwent successful opening of a 100% blocked artery with a stent. He was discharged home two days later and was enrolled in the CPORT-E trial. He underwent stents of two additional blockages at Chambersburg Hospital with complete recovery.

 

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