Heart Health Month

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February is Heart Health Month! Did you know that 1 in every 4 deaths in the US is a result of heart disease? At AMS Cardiology, we want to promote good heart health whenever we have the opportunity, so what better time than February for Heart Health Month! Heart disease is the leading cause of  … Read more

Fun Ways to Stay Active This Holiday Season

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With the holiday season quickly approaching, it is important to stay active to balance out the large feasts we are eagerly awaiting. The weather starting to be colder will limit the outdoor exercise possibilities, but there are still some nice sunny days ahead.  There are also indoor exercises and activities that are available so you  … Read more

Can Scary Movies Impact Your Heart Health?

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Halloween is right around the corner and that means you will probably come across a scary movie or two in the next couple days. You may not be the biggest scary movie fan, but odds are you have a friend or family member who is, so you have a pretty good chance of at least watching  … Read more

Heart Conditions in Young Athletes

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School is back in session, and that means so are fall sports! With the high level of activity that your children are about to take on, it is important that you are aware of potential heart problems that can occur in youth that are involved in these types of activities. At AMS Cardiology, we want  … Read more

6 Heart-Healthy Options For The Grill

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Summer is finally here, which also means it’s grilling season! While some look forward to seasonal cookouts all year long, others dread the lack of heart-healthy options to be found at such events.  However, it is actually a lot easier than you think to stay health-conscious this summer without having to sacrifice the joys of  … Read more

5 Tips to Tone Up for Summer

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Ready or not, swimsuit season is upon us! As much as we look forward to the sunny weather and spending time at the beach or pool, the thought of putting that bathing suit back on can be nerve-racking, to say the least. Here are five simple steps to toning up for the summer and keeping  … Read more

Who made Healthgrades’ list of local five-star hospitals?

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Healthgrades released its annual report on hospital performance Tuesday, which identified 20 medical centers as “top performers” in the Philadelphia region. The study covers nearly 4,500 short-term and acute care hospitals across the country that were evaluated using three years of Medicare risk-adjusted mortality and complication rates for 32 conditions and procedures, and all-payer state  … Read more

Abington one of best for pacemaker procedures

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The study covers nearly 4,500 short-term and acute care hospitals across the country that were evaluated using three years of Medicare risk-adjusted mortality and complication rates for 32 conditions and procedures, and all-payer state data from 18 states representing more than half of the U.S. population. Lankenau Medical Center was listed by Healthgrades as a  … Read more

Dr. Robert Watson on the Importance of Giving

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Our own Dr. Watson recently discussed the importance of Honor Giving. To see the video, click the link below: http://www.gobelmedia.com/cv/hospital/video/z5GavjxocesZc5rxuZQhCldntjmddlha/  

Venerated Interventional Cardiologist and Heart Failure Specialist Robert A. Watson III, MD, FACC, will be Mentioned in The Leading Physicians of the World

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The International Association of HealthCare Professionals is pleased to welcome Robert A. Watson III, MD, FACC, Interventional Cardiologist and Heart Failure Specialist, to their prestigious organization with his upcoming publication in The Leading Physicians of the World. He is a highly-trained and qualified interventional cardiologist and heart failure specialist with vast expertise in all facets  … Read more