A dedication and open house for Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital’s new Deb and Alan Feldman Cardiovascular Pavilion is scheduled at 4 pm Aug. 25 at the hospital, 3815 Highland Ave. The public is invited. Cardiologists Stephen Rowley, Eleanor T. Ross, and Gaile Sabaliauskas are scheduled to answer questions from attendees as part of a panel discussion on topics related to heart health. The Feldman Cardiovascular Pavilion expands the hospital’s cardiac rehabilitation and diagnostics area, bringing them closer to the observation unit and catheterization laboratory. The redesigned facility ensures more convenient care for patients, whether they’re coming in for routine diagnostic tests or recovering from a life-threatening heart attack. The project’s final phase was completed in July. The pavilion is named after Deb and Alan Feldman in recognition of their generous gift to the hospital’s capital campaign. The Feldmans, who live in Hinsdale, are longtime supporters of Good Samaritan Hospital. Deb has co-chaired the hospital’s gala several times and served on the hospital’s Development Council; Alan is a member of Good Samaritan Hospital’s Governing Council and also co-chairs the hospital’s fundraising campaign to help fund its historic expansion and renovation project. “Heart care is a strong service line at Good Samaritan, and this will make it even better,” Alan says of the new pavilion that bears his name. “As a community, we need to invest in excellent health care—and, at Good Samaritan, we will get great returns.” A retired corporate executive, Alan has held positions as president and CEO of Midas International and as president and COO of McDonald’s in the Americas. Deb began her career learning about health care and hospitals as a technology writer for the American Hospital Association and ultimately served as president of the American Materials Management Society. The Feldman pavilion includes a Congestive Heart Failure Clinic, Phases I, II and III cardiac rehabilitation, and cardio diagnostic services including EKG, echocardiogram and stress testing. For more information, visit http://www.advocatehealth.com/gsam/heart.