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Mar
29

Pace Cardiology is pleased to welcome Dr. Kevin Michael to its Barrie Clinic

Dr. Michael is currently accepting general cardiology as well as cardiac electrophysiology referrals at our Barrie clinic. To book an appointment, please call 1-888-662-0680. Dr. Michael graduated from the University of Natal in South Africa with a Bachelors of Medicine and Surgery (MBChB), and a Master’s in Cardiology (MPhil) from the University of Cape Town. […]

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Mar
29

PACE Cardiology is pleased to welcome Dr. Mohamed Metawee

Dr. Metawee is currently accepting general cardiology, as well as, cardiac electrophysiology referrals at our Barrie clinic. After finishing his medical school from Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt, Dr. Mohamed Metawee, MD, FRCPC (C) finished his Cardiology training in Egypt, and subsequently did a Heart Failure and Transplant Fellowship at the University of Toronto, Canada. […]

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Mar
27

Heart Attack or Cardiac Arrest?

What’s the difference between a heart attack and a cardiac arrest? A heart attack occurs when the blood supply to part of the heart stops and thus causes a section of the heart muscle to begin to die; whereas a cardiac arrest occurs when the heart stops beating as a whole.

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Mar
06

Heart Healthy Vacation Tips

Going on vacation? If you have heart disease, be sure to check out these 6 heart healthy tips, courtesy of Dr. Brad Dibble of Pace Cardiology. 1) Depending upon your condition, you may want to talk to your doctor before the trip to ensure travel is safe. And don’t forget to pack your physician’s contact […]

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Jan
07

6 Tips To Keep Your Heart Healthy For 2018

Interested in keeping your ticker healthy for 2018 and beyond? Check out these six heart healthy tips from PACE Cardiology’s Dr. Brad Dibble. Manage Stress “Stress can wreak havoc on your heart and the rest of your body,” says Dr. Dibble. “Remember to carve out time daily to enjoy activities that relax and calm you.” […]

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Dec
21

STAY HEART HEALTHY WHEN SHOVELLING SNOW

Keep your heart safe when shovelling snow Winter has arrived! And in our region that can only mean one thing — snow, snow and more snow. But before you get your shovel out and start digging, there are some chilling health hazards to keep in mind. “Shovelling snow can be deadly to someone’s heart if […]

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