Patients and staff at St Vincent’s Hospital in West Africa are receiving a hospital-like care to improve their quality of life.
St Vincent’s, one of the largest hospitals in the world, is offering an array of care packages for heart patients.
Its staff are trained to use a wide range of medical technologies to improve patient outcomes, including heart valve implantation, blood pressure monitoring, heart rate monitoring and more.
They are also using the technology to better understand the patient’s heart rhythm and monitor its progress, with the goal of improving patient outcomes.
The hospital has been experimenting with cardiac devices and technology for more than a decade, and has been awarded a $3.3 million grant from the World Health Organization.
This is the first time St Vincent has applied for funding from the WHO, and it comes at a time when the WHO has been looking for ways to support research in developing technologies for treating heart disease.
This research will enable St Vincent to help to develop new technologies and ways of treating heart diseases.
The hospital has received funding from World Health Organisation grants totaling about $2.4 billion, and is currently in the process of applying for additional funding.
The St Vincent facility is located in West Darfur in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The facility is equipped with a cardiac monitoring station, a hospital simulator and an automated cardioverter defibrillator (ACD).
The hospital is part of the West African Heart Foundation, a non-profit organization based in Senegal.