Posted Tuesday, November 15, 2011
The Cleveland Clinic has gained an international reputation for heart care as patients come from all over the world for new valves, bypasses, even replacement hearts. The Plain Dealer sent two dozen reporters to the Clinic's heart center to report on a day in the life of one of the nation's leading heart hospitals and one of the regions biggest employers. As their series plays out in the newspaper, we'll talk about what they discovered on the Sound of Ideas, tomorrow at 9.
Brie Zeltner, Health Reporter, The Plain Dealer
Diane Suchetka, Health Reporter, The Plain Dealer
Ellen Stein Burbach, Medical Editor, The Plain Dealer
Dr. Bruce Lytle, Heart Surgeon and Chairman, Heart and Vascular Institute
Jeffrey Scott, Cleveland Clinic Patient
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