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Freeman opens Miami cardiology clinic at INTEGRIS

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Award-winning heart care comes to Miami

Freeman opens Miami cardiology clinic at INTEGRIS

JOPLIN, Mo.—Freeman Health System expanded its award-winning cardiac care to the Miami, Okla., area. Two new board-certified cardiologists, Darwin Jeyaraj, MD, and Douglas Stewart, MD, are now accepting appointments for those seeking specialized care for chronic heart conditions or preventive care. Freeman proudly offers this service to the Miami area in affiliation with INTEGRIS Baptist Regional Health Center.

Dr. Jeyaraj, who specializes in cardiology, is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Internal Medicine – Cardiovascular Disease. Dr. Stewart, who specializes in cardiology and radial artery catheterization, is also certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Internal Medicine – Cardiovascular Disease.

“As Freeman continues to expand our nationally recognized services into surrounding communities, our focus remains on providing unparalleled access to the care those areas need,” said Paula Baker, Freeman President and Chief Executive Officer. “Our affiliation with INTEGRIS Baptist Regional Health Center ensures residents of Miami now have greater accessibility to a heart care program competitive with those found at top-quality facilities across the country.”

“If you live in one of the many communities we are privileged to serve, our pledge to you is that we will continue our tradition of providing new and innovative ways to meet your healthcare needs close to home. The development of this affiliation is based on a collaborative effort between neighboring health systems to provide our patients with advanced cardiac treatment without having to leave the Ottawa County area,” said John P. Manfredo, Interim President of INTEGRIS Baptist Regional Health Center.

Those who would like to schedule an appointment with Dr. Jeyaraj or Dr. Stewart at the Miami clinic, located at 30 B Street, may call 918.542.CARD (2273).

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