(Maumee, OH)—On April 9, St. Luke’s leadership will join the community to break ground on new facilities that will provide St. Luke’s patients with access to the most advanced cardiovascular care available in the region.
The new facilities include:
- A hybrid operating room that will combine an operating room and a catherization lab that will allow less invasive vascular procedures with the safety of a full-capacity cardiovascular operation room.
- An electrophysiology lab that will expand St. Luke’s current range of procedures for cardiac arrhythmia disorders, including cardiac pacemakers and defibrillator implantations.
“Together, the hybrid operating room and the electrophysiology lab advance St. Luke’s already outstanding cardiac services. We will put the latest technology in the hands of our leading cardiologists and cardiac surgeons,” said Dan Wakeman, President and CEO of St. Luke’s.
Groundbreaking for Hybrid Operating Room and Electrophysiology Lab
Monday, April 9, 2018, 5:30 pm
St. Luke’s Hospital, west side of the campus near the Heart Center (use driveway 4 to enter the campus)
Dan Wakeman, President and CEO, St. Luke’s Hospital
Toledo Blade Article
Published April 9th