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bmaguraBecky Magura Barely Missed Having a Heart Attack.  Becky Magura was about the last person anyone would have expected to have heart disease. A petite woman in her 50s. this CEO and general manager of local PBS station WCTE-TV routinely ran 12 to 15 miles a week, ate a vegetable-rich diet and often skipped meat and had normal cholesterol and blood pressure. (Read the full story here)

Walk with DocStarting Saturday April 1, we will start a new chapter of Walk With A Doc!

Tennessee Heart, Cookeville Regional Medical Center and the Putnam County Health Department are teaming up to get the community moving every Saturday morning at 9:00! We will be meeting at the main entrance of the hospital.  We will be encouraging  a one mile walk or more on the Wellness Path around the hospital.  A different  doctor will lead each week. Talk it up with your family and friends! Bring your kids…bring your pets…everyone is welcome! 

The first ten people to sign-in each week will get a free t-shirt (limit one per person).

Cookeville, Tenn. - History has been made once again at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. The first transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) was performed here on February 21 by interventional cardiologist Matthew Sample, MD, and cardiothoracic surgeon Lewis Wilson, MD. Other physicians on hand during the first procedure were interventional cardiologist Stacy Brewington, MD and cardiothoracic surgeon Tim Powell, MD.  (Read More)

Tennessee Heart in the News and Media

Tennessee Heart is committed to sharing information about heart disease and its prevention. Community outreach and various media events are some of the avenues we use for getting heart healthy information to the public. Below are a few of the articles that have appeared locally.

CRMC Named One of Top 50 Cardiovascular Hospitals in Nation

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Herald Citizen: Tennessee Heart First Practice in State to Offer New Cardiac Monitor

The Pulse: AFIB More Than An Annoyance

Crossville Life: Heart and Vascular Center Still Growing

The Pulse: The Day Before A Heart Attack

CRMC: Tennessee's #1 Choice for Heart Care

UCBJ: CRMC awards first "Martin Coffey Cardiovascular Service Award"

Seasons Spring 2015: TN Heart Has Opened Three New Outreach Clinics