Ramon Raneses, Jr., MD was the first to implant a patient with the world's first FDA-approved dissolving heart stent at Genesys Regional Medical Center. He was shortly followed by Charlotte Ng, MD who implanted the second. The Absorb bioresorbable vascular scaffold is a major advance in the treatment of coronary artery disease, which affects 15 million people in the United States and remains a leading cause of death worldwide despite decades of therapeutic advances.
While stents are traditionally made of metal, Abbott's Absorb stent is made of a naturally dissolving material, similar to dissolving sutures. Absorb disappears completely in about 3 years, after it has done its job of keeping a clogged artery open and promoting healing of the treated artery segment. By contrast, metal stents are permanent implants.
The cardiologists and staff of Regional Cardiology Associates welcome you to our website. We are pleased that you have chosen us to help you with your heart health and healthcare. At Regional Cardiology Associates, we are committed to exceeding the expectations of our patients families and referring physicians by delivering quality care.
All of our physicians are board-certified in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease. They are also on staff at Genesys Regional Medical Center. Our experienced staff will work with you to develop a personalized care plan based on your healthcare needs.
Regional Cardiology Associates focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of heart and blood vessel related diseases. These could include: hypertension, congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease or others. We will work with your primary care physician to deliver the best cardiovascular care.
Together, Regional Cardiology Associates will make you feel welcome by continuously improving the quality of your experience with our practice.
3399 Pollock Road #A
Grand Blanc, MI 48439
Primary Phone Number: 810-603-0170
Toll Free: 800-882-2012
November 22nd & 23rd- Closed
December 24th- Closing at 1pm
December 25th- Closed
December 31st- Closing at 4pm
January 1st- Closed