MUSC is starting a new program that aims to help people and help control medical costs by early detection of cardiovascular disease.
A press release talks about the services offered:
comprehensive cardiovascular exams, nutrition assessments, counseling, rehabilitation, weight management, and exercise. The outpatient nature of the program will provide patients with one-stop access to a full range of cardiovascular services.
The program was helped off the ground by a $1 millon gift from the Seinsheimers, the press release continues:
Wally Seinsheimer, who serves on the MUSC Foundation board of directors, said he and Bev looked at escalating health care costs and decided that creating a clinic would help people avoid catastrophic illness. "That's why we focused on preventive care: to make people's lives longer and more enjoyable, to save the health care system from increased costs, and to avoid overloading the health care system," he said.
Get more details or set up an appointment by calling (843) 792-1616.