Whether it’s a college freshman moving into the dormitories for the first time or a young couple moving into their first home, summer is the season for moving. And we’re no exception at North Ohio Heart (NOH)! That’s because we’re moving our Norwalk office to a new, convenient location on the Fisher-Titus Medical Center campus.
Effective Aug. 6, 2013, NOH physicians will be practicing at:
278 Benedict Ave.
FTMC Medical Park 3, Suite 600
Norwalk, Ohio 44857
To help ensure this transition is smooth for our patients, we request you update your records with our new address. Patients can continue to reach the NOH Norwalk office by calling the same number, 419-660-2756. Any current or potential patients with questions or concerns regarding the move should not hesitate to call.
Though the Norwalk location address has changed, our dedication to provide personalized care from cardiologists you know and trust has not. We will continue to be available at Fisher-Titus Medical Center seven days a week, 24 hours a day, just as we have been for the past 20 years.
“We at North Ohio Heart are available to communities in Sandusky and Norwalk 24/7,” says Hassan M. Ibrahim, MD, FACC. “We have physical presence in both places all the time.”
Mourhaf Traboulssi, MD, agrees, adding, “It’s always easy to get ahold of us. The patient can call, and the patient can have his time during the office visit to discuss his problems and concerns.”
More to Love About North Ohio Heart
There’s more to NOH than its availability to patients; the physicians at NOH Norwalk are all Board Certified and have over 80 years of combined experience. And their range of specialties, from General Cardiology and Pacemakers to Invasive and Non-Invasive Cardiology and Cardiac Catheterization and Arrhythmia Management, gives the Norwalk community access to highly skilled professionals right in their backyard.
“I think the most particular feature for our practice is that we have people with very specific skills rarely available in smaller communities,” Dr. Traboulssi says. “We have people with interventional skills; we have people who can put in pacemakers, people who are well trained in nuclear cardiology. We have big medicine delivered in a very compassionate way in a small town setting without the need to travel anywhere.”
“Another strength we have is we’ve been using electronic medical records for more than 15 years,” says W. Patrick McGuinn, MD, FACC. “The patient’s entire record is digitized, and it makes their records available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. That’s very important in order to understand what’s wrong with the patient and make good decisions regarding treatment.”
To discover more reasons to choose NOH Norwalk for your cardiology needs, visit the NOH|OMG YouTube channel.