Western Reserve Heart Care was recently awarded the Akron Beacon Journal's NEXT Award. Dr. Hayek was interviewed, photographed, and featured on the front page of the Beacon Journal's Business section on May 24, 2008. Here, Dr. Hayek speaks to patient Emma Linek while Beacon Journal photographer Karen Schiely looks on.
Jennifer O'Connell (L) and Charlotte Allison (R) were among the staff members who worked at the Western Reserve Heart Care booth at the Stow-Munroe Falls Community Showcase on April 12th.
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Claire Truesdale (left) and Ann Foss discuss the effects of heart disease with Dr. Emil Hayek following a Laurel Lake evening program on Tuesday November 27. Dr. Hayek’s presentation summarized the findings of the book Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease: The Revolutionary, Scientifically Proven, Nutrition-Based Cure by Caldwell B. Esselstyn.
Dr. Hayek said that heart disease “remains an epidemic in America and despite numerous technical advances in treatment, continues to claim more lives than other cause.” The book is based on a study done at the Cleveland Clinic and offers hope to many with a diet that can halt the progression of heart disease and in some cases actually repair some of the damage done.
The event was sponsored by the Learned Owl Book Shop.
Heart Care Practice in Hudson is the Only Lab in Summit County Outside of Akron Accredited for Both Nuclear Medicine and Echocardiography
HUDSON, OH (March 27, 2008) - Western Reserve Heart Care, a cardiology testing and treatment facility located in Hudson, was recently granted accreditation as a nuclear medicine lab by the Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Nuclear Medicine Laboratories (ICANL). The accreditation makes Western Reserve Heart Care the only ICANL and ICAEL accredited outpatient nuclear medicine and echocardiography lab in the local area of Stow, Tallmadge, Hudson, Streetsboro, Twinsburg, and Solon.
"Receiving the ICANL nuclear medicine accreditation is a huge achievement for any practice," explained Dr. Emil Hayek, founder of Western Reserve Heart Care. "We are especially thrilled to have received both the nuclear medicine and the echocardiography accreditations in our first year in business."