Heart-healthy diet and exercise tips from a cardiologist | DHMG Blog

Posted by Dignity Health Medical Group Staff on 2/24/23 4:11 PM

Together, exercise and good nutrition have numerous benefits for our overall health. Just 30 minutes of aerobic workouts, five days a week can impact cardiovascular health, including lowering the risk of heart disease, hypertension and type 2 diabetes. 

Jonathan Hemphill, MD, a cardiologist with Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group, shares why regular physical activity is a key component to heart health, and how to incorporate heart-healthy exercise and eating habits into your own life.

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Heart attack warning signs in women | DHMG Blog

Posted by Sarah Tyre on 2/3/23 10:36 AM

Many of us know that chest pain is a common sign of a heart attack, but did you know that women may experience other, less common symptoms? We talked to Jon Sherman, MD, FACC, FACP, FSCAI, an interventional cardiologist with Dignity Health Medical Group — Ventura County about signs and risks women should know.

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Capitol Interventional Cardiology Clinicians Join Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group

Posted by Sarah Tyre on 11/16/22 9:21 AM

Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group is proud to announce that cardiologists from Capitol Interventional Cardiology (CIC) are joining their group. Capitol Interventional Cardiology closed the doors of its Carmichael clinic in October.

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Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group Nationally Recognized For Its Commitment to Providing High-quality Diabetes Care

Posted by Sarah Tyre on 10/19/22 9:46 AM

We are pleased to announce that Dignity Health Mercy Medical Group has received the American Heart Association’s Target: Type 2 Diabetes℠ Gold Award for its commitment to addressing the relationship between diabetes and the risk of heart disease and stroke.

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Men’s Health Month Series: Cardiovascular Health

Posted by Sarah Tyre on 6/28/22 1:58 PM

This June, we’re sharing insights from clinicians across our Dignity Health Medical Groups on topics that are crucial to men’s health. Next, we’ll hear from Sumesh Jain, MD, a cardiologist with Dignity Health Medical Group — Merced.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death of men in the United States. The good news is that heart disease can be prevented. Below, Dr. Jain offers insight to better understand heart disease and how to reduce one’s risk.

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