Published: July 12, 2011
Updated: July 12, 2011
William Sweezer, MD, a cardiovascular thoracic surgeon with Duke’s nationally recognized cardiovascular program, calls Danville home.
Yes! Duke is here at Danville Regional Medical Center to provide exceptional heart care to our community. I’m a Duke heart surgeon privileged to live and work here in Danville.
Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) management is another major focus. We also have extensive experience and a strong commitment to the surgical diagnosis and treatment of lung cancers and other tumors in the chest.
Duke is a globally recognized leader in heart care and is ranked among the nation’s best heart programs year after year. Duke also has the largest heart transplant, congestive heart failure, adult valvular disease, and congenital heart disease program in the Southeast.
The Danville Regional Medical Center team has received education and training at Duke to ensure optimal attention to detail for every aspect of your heart care. Here in Danville, we provide team care supported by the resources of Duke Medicine.
Together we are able to achieve superior clinical outcomes and the highest levels of patient satisfaction.
This is a diverse community of warm-hearted, spiritually grounded people with a strong work ethic who are truly interested in their health care.
My family and I have felt welcome since the day we arrived, and we look forward to providing excellent heart care for many years to come. We treat you in the manner we would want our parents treated.