BRIDGEPORT — A report released by HealthGrades, an independent source of physician information and hospital quality ratings, named St. Vincent’s Medical Center a recipient of the Coronary Intervention Excellence Award for 2011. The report found that patients treated at five-star-rated hospitals experience a 73-percent lower risk of mortality and a 63-percent lower risk of complications compared to one-star-rated generic valium.
“This third-party endorsement validates the patient care provided by our excellent cardiologists, nurses, other clinical staff and support team,” said Lawrence Schek, the Bridgeport hospital’s vice president and chairman of cardiology. “St. Vincent’s has a long history of excellent cardiac-care outcomes. We have invested in new technology and expanded and renovated our interventional cardiology area, so we can provide the safest and highest quality care to ambien online patients.”