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Baptist Memphis opens support center for heart failure patients

(Left to right) Dr. Arsalan Shirwany, Jane Thayer, Dr. Ed Garrett, Dr. Todd Edwards, Brad Bradshaw (a heart transplant recipient and member of the Baptist Memphis Patient and Family Advisory Council), and Derick Ziegler, CEO and administrator of Baptist Memphis, cut the ribbon during the dedication of the new Heart Transplant and Mechanical Circulatory Support Center, part of the Baptist Heart Institute at Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis. Since 1985, Baptist has been home to the Mid-South’s only adult heart transplant program, and physicians have performed 326 transplants to date. The Baptist Memphis heart transplant and ventricular assist device team engages a multi-disciplinary support system that integrates every aspect of advanced heart failure patients’ care.

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