'Good Housekeeping' Ranks U Hospital Among Best for Women's Cardiac Care

'Good Housekeeping' Ranks U Hospital Among Best for Women's Cardiac Care

Feb 5, 2004 5:00 PM

Approximately 200,000 women suffer heart attacks each year, and University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics is one of the top centers in the country to care for them, according to Good Housekeeping.

The magazines February issue named U Hospitals Edwin L. & Grace G. Madsen Preventive Cardiology Program and Cardiovascular Risk Reduction Center among the 44 best centers specializing in cardiac care for women. A research team of Castle Connolly, which publishes Americas Top Doctors, identified the top heart centers, noting each programs specialty along with an exceptional practitioner.

David A. Bull, M.D., associate professor of surgery in the division of cardiothoracic surgery at the U School of Medicine, was listed as a top doc.

University Hospital was the only Utah organization recognized in cardiac care for women.

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