Dayton hospital expands cardiac services


Grandview Medical Center is about to open its new cardiac lab.

The Dayton hospital, operated by Kettering Medical Center, will hold a a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday for the expansion of its cardiac catherization and electrophysiology labs.

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The hospital expanded its cardiac care in tandem with a construction project to double the size of its emergency department, which will lead to more use of the cardiac lab.

With the new additions, Grandview will have three total cath labs as well as the newly added electrophysiology services. Both new labs are set to open Sept. 17.

Kettering Health, one of the region’s largest private employers, has seven other hospitals besides Grandview, as well as 10 emergency departments, and 120 outpatient facilities.

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