In 2004, Midwest Cardiology founded the Midwest Cardiovascular Research and Education Foundation. The foundation is a non-profit cardiovascular research organization devoted to discovering new and better methods of preventing, diagnosing and treating cardiac illnesses.
Through this non-profit research foundation, we serve as the principle investigators for some of the world's most promising new research studies in the global effort to advance the science of cardiology. By participating in more cardiovascular research than any other practice, group or hospital in northern Indiana, we will always be on the leading edge of the most promising new advancements in heart and cardiovascular care.
The Cardiovascular Research and Education Foundation also provides more resources to promote cardiac education at all levels than anyone else in Michiana. Each year, the Foundation provides funding to support the Northern Indiana Regional Science and Engineering Fair, a scholarship at the Indiana University School of Medicine - South Bend on the campus of Notre Dame, training services for basic life support education and paid internships for clinical research assistants. The Foundation also helps local physicians stay up to date about the latest cardiovascular advancements by presenting a nationally acclaimed speaker at an annual continuing education seminar held each fall.
Through the Cardiovascular Research and Education Foundation, we are committed to providing advanced cardiovascular research and education resources to assure the best possible heart care for Michiana - today, tomorrow and beyond.