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Don’t neglect your heart in fear of COVID-19.

Saturday, April 25th, 2020

We know that hospitals may seem like a scary place right now. However, the truth is that the medical professionals at hospitals are the most trained and equipped for keeping you safe with infection control protocols.  So the last thing you should do is ignore symptoms of a heart issue or avoid coming in to check your heart because of this fear.  Responding to a heart attack in the quickest possible time gives you the best chance of successful treatment with the fastest recovery and least amount of long term effects. Don’t ever delay in acting on heart symptoms.  To help you act now we have published the following notice for more information. We’re here for you!

Dr. Ronald Henry – ACI Medical Director appointed President of Caribbean Cardiac Society

Saturday, November 17th, 2012

The management and staff of Advanced Cardiovascular Institute (ACI) and ACI Surgical therapies are pleased to congratulate their Medical Director – Dr Ronald E. Henry – on being appointed President of the Caribbean Cardiac Society. More

ACI performs first procedure of novel treatment for high blood pressure

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

Advanced Cardiovascular Institute (ACI) today became the first medical facility in the Caribbean to use renal denervation with the Medtronic Symplicity Catheter System™ to treat a patient with resistant hypertension, which is defined as high blood pressure despite treatment with three or more anti-hypertensive medications. Hypertension is an especially dangerous disease affecting hundreds of millions of people worldwide. More

Career Opportunities – Surgical Registrar, Surgical House Officer

Thursday, January 5th, 2012

Advanced Cardiovascular Institute (ACI) Limited and Advanced Cardiovascular Institute Surgical Therapies (ACIst) are seeking to recruit qualified candidates for the following posts in Cardiothoracic Surgery:

These positions would offer training opportunities geared towards career enhancement and advancement.

Another First from ACI – LIVE Case Presentation at 26th Caribbean Cardiology Conference

Thursday, August 4th, 2011

The medical team at ACI (Advanced Cardiovascular Institute) recently undertook a training exercise whereby a medical procedure at its Westshore Facility was transmitted LIVE via high definition video conference technology directly into the Caribbean Cardiac Society’s 26th Annual Conference held at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad. More

Chief Surgical Officer at Local Organisation named in ‘Britain’s Top Doctors’ Report

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

In November 2010, The Times Newspaper published a special report on ‘Britain’s Top Doctors’ after a team of Times researchers asked charities, specialists and professional bodies and associations to come up with a list of leaders in their particular field. The Times’ medical correspondent Dr. Mark Porter said those named on the list ‘are not just extraordinary doctors but extraordinary people.’

ACI introduces cutting-edge cardiovascular technologies to the Caribbean

Friday, April 1st, 2011

Advanced Cardiovascular Institute (ACI) recently introduced two cutting-edge technologies – Intravascular Ultrasound and Angiojet Thrombectomy to its suite of cardiovascular services. These two services provide its doctors with important new tools which can greatly improve the treatment outcomes for people suffering from cardiovascular disease. More

ACIst Academic Nights

Friday, March 18th, 2011

The ACIst Academic Night Series began in 2007 as an initiative by Dr. Ronald Henry – ACI Medical Director, to improve the quality of the care and treatment of cardiovascular disease in T&T. More

Dr. Ronald Henry – ACI Medical Director awarded Chaconia Medal Silver

Monday, September 21st, 2009

In 2009, Dr Ronald Henry was a National Award Recipient of the Chaconia Medal Silver for distinguished and outstanding service to Trinidad and Tobago in the sphere of Medicine. More

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