Carol explains what happened when she arrived at the Banner emergency department with heart disease symptoms.
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Carol's Emergency Room Experience When I ride that Banner in the emergency room I was so impressed by the fact that they came to me. I didn’t really want to bother anybody. They came up to me and said, “Well, is there something we can help you with?” So I explained and I got instant attention and was treated immediately. They went through all the usual things to you know, look for heart, and so I was there sometime. All did they all the administration things that they needed to do in the assessment and was admitted that night, eventually transferred over to the heart section at Banner. And they treated me. They’re so well and made comfortable, and I still hadn’t gotten a total assessment yet. They advice that me later that yes I did have. Problem my head had the CAT and they found that I had some block arteries and had that, and it done it turned out that I had three arteries that were 90% blocked. And so, I had the surgery and it went very, very well. And I just think they did a super job. I had no complaints and it was very successful in my recovery, and the two I mean from the rehab came to check was me and I have lot of attention. So they did a great job.