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Ocean Medical Center Set to Begin Construction on new Heart and Vascular Center

CardiologyOcean Medical Center

What you need to know

Ocean Medical Center is set to begin construction on the new Heart and Vascular Center. 

The $19.5 million investment will encompass 17,750 square feet above the Emergency Department and will combine heart and vascular services on one floor to address the growing number of procedures performed at the medical center and provide convenience for patients.

Details on the new Heart and Vascular Center

L-R, Ali Moosvi, M.D., chief of cardiology, interventional cardiologist, Ocean Medical Center; Frank Sharp, M.D., vascular surgeon, Jersey Coast Vascular Institute; Elizabeth A. Maiorana, MBA, MSN, RN, vice president, Care Transformation Services, Cardiovascular; Kenneth Sable, M.D., MBA, FACEP, regional president, southern market, Robert C. Garrett, FACHE, CEO, Hackensack Meridian Health; and Jason Kreitner, chief hospital executive, Ocean Medical Center.

The new Heart and Vascular Center will provide three multi-purpose catheterization/vascular labs and hybrid OR that allow for diagnosis and treatment of heart and vascular conditions in an advanced environment that fosters collaborative treatment planning and options for optimal patient outcomes. Two labs will be fully equipped hybrid rooms plus, a shell space for a third lab will allow for growth, and ten dedicated prep and recovery rooms complete the space.

Construction of the new Heart and Vascular Center will begin in December 2019 and completion is expected in June 2021.   

For more information

To learn more about how you can support the Heart and Vascular Center at Ocean Medical Center, please contact Matt Lang, executive director, Ocean Medical Center Foundation at Matthew.Lang@hackensackmeridian.org.