See why Ohio State's Ross Heart Hospital is a leader in heart and vascular care.

Tune in to NBC4 on February 25 at 7 p.m. with heart questions TV artworkOhio State’s Ross Heart Hospital’s annual TV program, Matters of the Heart, will feature patient triumphs and advancements in heart and vascular care at Ohio State. This year's program will share stories about:

  • Emily, a working mom of three boys who decided to make a lifestyle change and integrate fitness into her busy life by running one race every month between her 34th and 35th birthday.
  • Harold, the first patient in the United States to receive CardioMEMS, a heart failure monitoring device the size of a paper clip that takes real-time measurements of pulmonary artery pressure.
  • Mary Lou, a former librarian who received the world's smallest, leadless heart pacemaker as part of a global clinical trial.
  • Live interviews with physicians on what you need to know about heart disease and vascular disease.    

Watch Matters of the Heart Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. Throughout the show, you can call in to speak with Ross Heart Hospital nurses and get your heart health questions answered. Call 614-821-4444.


2015 Segments

Ross Wellness Series Propels Working Mom Towards Healthy Lifestyle

Ohio State First to Implant Newly-Approved Heart Failure Monitor

World's Smalles Leadless Pacemaker Implanted at Ohio State

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