Charlie Tuttle: Baylor quickly cleared a blocked artery and saved my life.

Charlie Tuttle didn't smoke and kept himself in good shape. So when he experienced chest pain that traveled from his left arm up to the back of his neck, he knew something was wrong. At his local Baylor Medical Center, an angiogram showed that the main artery leading to Charlie's heart was 80 percent blocked, a condition that physicians call the "widow maker." To clear the blockage, physicians inserted a stent through an artery in Charlie's wrist. A few days later, he went home. "Of all the hospitals available to us, Baylor had the best reputation. We trusted Baylor to handle the situation, and they did. They went the extra mile to make certain I would have a future."