Kalkaska County area residents can see a Munson cardiologist at Kalkaska Memorial Health Center for cardiology evaluations and consults, diagnostic services, and follow-up heart care, thanks to a partnership with Traverse Heart & Vascular, a service of Munson Medical Center. Any patient who needs advanced heart care has full access to the technology, techniques, and award-winning care provided by Munson’s team of heart experts at the 127-bed Webber Heart Center in Traverse City. Following a heart procedure, patients can complete their cardiac rehabilitation and have follow-up visits with a Munson cardiologist at Kalkaska Memorial.
The Latest Technology
Recovery Time Shorted
Sheila Gallop had Minimally-Invasive Valve Surgery to replace her heart’s aortic valve. A new procedure offered at Munson Medical Center is helping patients to recover in record time and getting them back to the things they love to do. Watch Video
Groundbreaking Cardiac Research
Participation in a research trial for a new heart attack-detecting defibrillator is giving patient Ron Ramsey his life back. Munson Medical Center has been involved in groundbreaking cardiovascular research since 2007, enrolling over 500 people from all over northern Michigan in more than 20 different studies for innovative new drugs and procedures not yet available to the general public. Watch Video
Groundbreaking Heart Care: TAVR
Dick Sharkey was not a candidate for another invasive heart surgery, so his cardiologist recommended a new, minimally-invasive procedure called transcatheter aortic valve replacement or TAVR. Munson Medical Center began offering the new procedure in September 2012. Watch Video
Team Approach and Individualized Care at Munson’s Heart Failure Clinic
The Heart Failure Clinic at Munson Medical Center in Traverse City is helping patients like Jeff Clutts deal with their heart failure and keeping patients with advanced forms of heart disease close to home. Watch Video
Mark A. Elliott, MD, FACC
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419 South Coral St.
Kalkaska, MI 49646
(Inside KMHC Outpatient Services Building)