Robyn Agri, MD
Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell in Pennington, New Jersey recently received formal approval from the New Jersey Department of Health to perform elective percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)—also known as elective angioplasty—a lifesaving procedure to prevent heart attacks and provide patients relief from symptoms of obstructed arteries without the need for invasive heart surgery.
On a sunny June afternoon, a 59-year-old fitness enthusiast's perfect day was interrupted by a serious heart attack. Thanks to Capital Health’s Cardiac Rehabilitation team, he's not only back to his normal routine—he’s be doing it better than ever.
Medical staff and employees at Capital Health Regional Medical and representatives from New Jersey Sharing Network recently hosted a rose dedication ceremony to honor the memory of organ donors from Capital Health.