CardioPulmonary Diagnostic, LLC Announces Captain Buscio Program for New Jersey's Public Servants
CardioPulmonary Diagnostic, LLC is happy to announce the Captain Buscio program designed to help America's bravest. The program consists of a confidential cardiovascular and pulmonary screening for current and retired Police, all branches of law enforcement, Firefighters and First Responders across the State of New Jersey. The response to the program has been exceptional.
Nearly half of all firefighters' deaths on-duty are due to a cardiac implication, according to the New England Journal of Medicine; comprehensive care is the key to keeping the Metro area's public servants healthy.
“Firefighters, Police Officers, and First Responders are at a higher risk of cardiac events due to their greater exposure to hazardous environments,” says Dr. Patel. “This is why we, at CardioPulmonary Diagnostic, provide strictly confidential diagnostic testing and the most comprehensive cardiovascular care to our heroes and their families.”
The program takes its name from Captain Dominick Buscio, a New Jersey Fire Fighter, who sadly died due to a heart attack. As a result, his wife Donna Buscio and Dr. Manmohan Patel collaborated together to first launch the program in Jersey City, which ultimately expanded to cover the entire state.
The Captain Buscio physical and testing is conducted by Board Certified cardiologists and pulmonologists and all results are strictly confidential. After testing, the program provides copies of comprehensive reports which are reviewed with the patients so that they can understand the outcomes of the tests, and know what next to expect regarding their health care. If called for the Physician will call to discuss the outcomes and mail the results to the patient's primary care physician. The Captain Buscio program provides Public Servants with peace of mind regarding their overall health and aids them in making informed medical plans going forward.
The response to the program has been overwhelmingly enthusiastic.
Roger M., an EMS responder, recently said, “Just knowing what my heart situation is, was a big relief. It's great to be able to see a Doctor who understands our needs as first responders and clearly cares about us. The fact that it’s confidential says it all. Thank you so much for your fine service!”
For more information or to schedule an appointment call (973) 596-1200.