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Many women are surprised to learn that heart disease is the leading cause of death in American women, striking more women than the next seven causes of death combined. It is estimated that one in two women will die of heart disease or stroke. Still thought of as a man's problem, the facts show that - since 1984 - more women than men die of cardiovascular disease every year.
The Chester County Hospital is dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of heart disease in women. Through our cardiologists and The CardioVascular Center, we offer a full range of advanced diagnostic and interventional procedures for cardiac care, as well as a specialized cardiopulmonary rehabilitation program. The Center includes a dedicated inpatient coronary unit as well as a wellness programs designed specifically for cardiac patients. We also perform ongoing clinical research related to cardiovascular disease.
Last Updated: 8/16/2010