A Quick Decision Saved Barry from a Heart Attack During the Pandemic

Barry Scheiner of Mt. Laurel, NJ, shares the story of his life-threatening heart attack during the coronavirus pandemic. At the onset of his symptoms, his wife acted fast, and called 911. 

When seconds mattered, the physicians at Virtua Memorial Hospital took action, and ultimately saved his life. Virtua Health interventional cardiologist, Rajeev Marreddy, DO, urges those experiencing heart attack symptoms not to delay care.

Learn more about interventional cardiology at Virtua. 

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