The Intersocietal Accreditation Commission has awarded AHVI reaccreditation in Nuclear and PET. Receiving this accreditation is truly a demonstration of Alaska Heart and Vascular Institute’s pursuit of excellence in the field of Nuclear/PET and providing quality studies for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac disease.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA – The Alaska Heart & Vascular Institute recently appointed Robert T. Craig III as its chief executive officer, overseeing operations for the company’s six locations statewide. Craig joins the Alaska Heart & Vascular Institute team from Missouri, with more than 20 years of professional experience as an executive leader in the health care industry. Read More
AHVI’s Dr. Stanley Watkins was featured in KTUU’s 2 Your Health segment in February 2016. Dr. Watkins describes the minimally-invasive method used to treat aortic stenosis, a narrowing of the heart’s aortic valve that can be life-threatening if left untreated.
AHVI CEO and 2016 Go Red for Women Chair Keli Hite McGee joined the KTUU Morning Edition during Heart Month alongside survivor Jamiee Higgins to discuss the importance of heart health in women.
AHVI was proud to welcome Dr. Jonathan R. McDonagh to our team of cardiovascular specialists in October 2015. Dr. McDonagh comes to AHVI after completing two fellowships at the University of Michigan Medical Center. The announcement of his hire was included in the January issue of Alaska Business Monthly as well as posted online.