Hudson Medical Center Recognized for Superior Customer Service
HUDSON, Ohio (October 23, 2008) -- Western Reserve Heart Care, a leading Northeast Ohio cardiology testing and treatment facility, was recently recognized as one of COSE’s Ten Under 10, an award presented to exceptional local businesses with ten or fewer employees.
"We’re honored to receive the Ten Under 10 Award," said Dr. Emil Hayek, founder and medical director of Western Reserve Heart Care. "We have worked hard to offer exceptional cardiac care to Summit County patients, and this recognition reflects our dedication to serving the community."
Western Reserve Heart Care received the award in recognition of their commitment to patient education and patient health. The practice offers a comprehensive array of cardiovascular diagnostic testing and Dr. Hayek and his staff are known for spending the extra time with patients to ensure that they understand their condition and treatment plan.
COSE’s Ten Under 10 Awards recognize Northeast Ohio entrepreneurs and businesses who are making an impact in the region. Ten Under 10 winners are selected for best practices in innovation, growth and success, value to the community and to the environment, and customer service excellence.
Western Reserve Heart Care received its echocardiography accreditation from the Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Echocardiography Laboratories (ICAEL) in December 2007, and its nuclear medicine accreditation from the Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Nuclear Medicine Laboratories (ICANL) in March of 2008.
Western Reserve Heart Care’s friendly environment and in-house equipment provide a much less stressful alternative to a hospital visit. The facility itself was designed with patient comfort in mind, with ample parking and comfortable patient waiting areas.
The office is located at 1335 Corporate Drive in Hudson, across from JoAnn’s headquarters. For more information, visit www.WesternReserveHeartCare.com or call 330-342-0806. Most insurances are accepted.