Through our Hurricane Harvey Patient Assistance Relief Program, Dr. Bransford gives Debbie Patterson a $500 to Lowe’s. Mrs. Patterson lost everything and is currently still rebuilding her home Through the Hurricane Harvey patient Assistance Relief Program, The Cardiovascular Foundation of Southeast Texas has been able to contribute over $10.000 worth of financial assistance in the form of gift cards to local people greatly affected by the flooding. The foundation continues to support these … [Read more...] about Relief Program Helps with Post-Hurricane Expenses
The Foundation provides funding for health care for Southeast Texas patients who are in need. These funds assist with diagnostic, treatment procedures, and medications.
12 News Now Senior Source interviews Dr. Sotolongo and Gigi Mazzola about the mission of the Cardiovascular Foundation of Southeast Texas, the Hurricane Harvey Patient Assistance Program, and the Clays For Cardio Shoot Out, the 2nd Annual Fundraiser. The fundraiser was originally scheduled for October 2017 but disrupted due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. The rescheduled fundraiser will be held on Saturday February 24, 2017 at the 1-In-100 Gun Club in Lumberton, Texas. … [Read more...] about Hurricane Harvey Patient Assistant Program
The Cardiovascular Foundation of Southeast Texas is helping hearts in various ways... Doing good deeds feels GREAT and without our donors and supporters, none of this would be possible. We thank you, SETX, for your generosity with your contributions which have tremendously had a positive impact on our Hurricane Harvey Patient Assistance Relief Program. Here’s a just a few of those we’ve been able to help. … [Read more...] about Hurricane Harvey Patient Assistance Relief Program
In July of 2016, little Braden Luke Scott of Beaumont caught a cold. Only days later, he could not move or swallow, and soon after stopped breathing. He was eventually diagnosed with Acute Flaccid Myelitis, leaving him paralyzed due to a direct viral attack to his spinal cord. After over six weeks at a Houston hospital, he was transferred to an inpatient rehabilitation in Dallas for fie months. Since then, his parents Sol and Rachel, his siblings Keaton, Finley, and Merritt, his extended family, … [Read more...] about Meet the SCOTTS
Meet father, husband, and baseball coach, Joseph Randolf (JR) Bardin and his family. In the summer of 2016, a blood clot formed in his right arm, and doctors had to amputate it in order to save his life. He was then diagnosed with Arterial Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Unfortunately, there was not enough bloodflow to his arm after his first surgery, causing JR to require a second amputation. After a difficult healing and recovery journey, JR is now eligible to get a prosthetic arm. A portion of … [Read more...] about Meet the BARDINS