Your Life.
To Be Continued.

At Maimonides, we strive to deliver the best possible care to our patients so that they can lead healthy, fulfilling lives. Here are their stories.

Your Life.
To Be Continued.

At Maimonides, we strive to deliver the best possible care to our patients so that they can lead healthy, fulfilling lives. Here are their stories.

Patient Stories: Firpo Grant, Heart/LVAD

Firpo Grant found it hard to walk even 10 steps due to worsening heart failure. The cardiac experts at Maimonides Heart & Vascular Institute implanted an LVAD device to help his heart pump blood more efficiently. Now his family calls him “Mr. Marathon” because he’s so active and “running all over the place”. 

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Patient Stories: Firpo Grant, Heart/LVAD

Firpo Grant found it hard to walk even 10 steps due to worsening heart failure. The cardiac experts at Maimonides Heart & Vascular Institute implanted an LVAD device to help his heart pump blood more efficiently. Now his family calls him “Mr. Marathon” because he’s so active and “running all over the place”. 

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FEATURED PATIENT STORIES

Patient Stories: Judith Marius

“At the Maimonides Heart & Vascular Institute, the care is exceptional.” – Judith Marius, Patient, Maimonides Heart & Vascular Institute

Patient Stories: Pasquale Santoro

Mr. Pasquale Santoro was the first patient to undergo Next Generation Focal HIFU Treatment at the Maimonides Prostate Center. Maimonides is the FIRST and ONLY medical center on the East Coast to offer this leading edge treatment.

ALL PATIENT STORIES

Patient Stories: Amber Tu

When baby Amber stopped drinking milk and started sleeping all the time, James Tu knew something was seriously wrong with his daughter. Learn how the pediatric specialists at Maimonides Children’s Hospital were able to diagnose a rare, potentially fatal illness and reverse its course to save her life.

Patient Stories: Chaim Perlman

Chaya Perlman was fortunate to give birth at Maimonides Medical Center. There, doctors in the NICU found that her newborn son had a tracheoesophageal fistula (an abnormal connection of the esophagus and trachea). Learn how pediatric specialists at the only children’s hospital in Brooklyn helped her baby survive the first harrowing months of his life.

Patient Stories: Henry Ogonosky

Henry Ogonosky became concerned when he started to frequently feel out of breath. The then 79-year-old Bay Ridge resident was used to being active, visiting with his 27 grandkids and shaving a few strokes off his golf game. The results of a cardiac stress test indicated Mr. Ogonosky needed an angiogram. This test checks for

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