NewYork-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center

Ronald O. Perelman Heart Institute

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The Perelman Heart Institute sets the standard for patient-focused comprehensive heart care.

Located at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell, the facility provides care for New Yorkers and patients from around the world.

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With its welcoming, stylish, five-story atrium, the Institute is the ideal setting for discovery and healing through innovative methods of diagnoses, treatment, clinical research and education. It expands upon the Hospital's existing cardiac care expertise and connects all cardiac services – plus it adds a layer of public and patient education not available at other hospitals. The end result – enhanced patient experience, reduced infections, faster recoveries, disease prevention, education and, perhaps most important, improved patient outcomes.

Welcome:
A video about the Perelman Heart Institute with Holly S. Anderson, M.D., its Director of Education and Outreach.

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