Princeton Cardiothoracic Surgeon Dr. Clifton Lewis was recently elected to the executive council of the Alabama Chapter of the American College of Cardiology.
Dr. Clifton Lewis was interviewed in the Winter Issue of Baptist Health Foundation’s Stewardship Magazine. He talks about how coming to Princeton was like coming home, why Princeton and the Baptist Health System are unique, the work he does, and more.
The robotic da Vinci Surgical System is being used more and more to perform minimally invasive surgeries, and is proving to be especially useful and beneficial when it comes to cardiac surgery. Traditionally, heart surgery has involved quite of a lot of trauma to the body, a long and painful recovery, and considerable scarring. The […]
Adam Pick is the author of “The Patient’s Guide to Heart Valve Surgery” as well as a double-valve heart surgery patient. He was diagnosed with aortic stenosis a few years ago and underwent a Ross procedure in 2005.