Sun Sentinel Palm Beach Edition : 2019-02-11



| 9A Monday, February 11, 2019 Sun Sentinel PN The best rates backed by the best service. 3.25 3.00 2.30% 2.00% % Looking to open a CD? There are no strings attached with Third Federal’s APY * great rates. And since our savings 59-Month CD Special $500 Minimum counselors are not on commission, % they really do have your best interest at heart. APY* • Not just for new customers 37-Month CD Special $500 Minimum • No direct deposit required • No need to open additional accounts APY* 15-Month CD Special $500 Minimum APY1 Money Market Savings Balances over $25,000 Call or visit one of our convenient locations. Open Saturdays. Boca Raton | 561-347-7433 Delray Beach | 561-637-6469 Greenacres | 561-964-6660 North Palm Beach | 561-630-6488 Coral Springs | 954-340-4032 Hallandale | 954-457-2488 Pembroke Pines | 954-430-6059 Plantation | 954-472-6039 • • • • *Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate as of date of publication. Minimum deposit of $500 to open and earn stated APY for CDs.1For Money Market accounts, minimum deposit of $25,000 to earn 2.00% APY and $5,000 to earn 1.25% APY. $5,000 minimum to open Money Market. Deposits over $1,000,000 subject to review. CDs subject to penalty for early withdrawal. Offers and rates subject to change at any time. Funds insured according to FDIC insurance requirements. ©2019 Third Federal This is how far we’ll go to get afib patients off blood thinners. 1/5 of an inch It’s called the left atrial appendage. For patients with atrial fibrillation, it can become a reservoir where blood clots form, migrate and cause stroke or other serious problems. That’s why afib patients require blood thinners that, while effective, can impact quality of life. What if you could eliminate that appendage and thus eliminate the need for blood thinners? At Boca Raton Regional Hospital, we can. Boca Regional’s Chief of Cardiovascular Surgery, Richard Cartledge, MD, FACS, is one of a select group of surgeons nationally to be performing ultraminimally invasive ligation of the left atrial appendage. Using two microscopic incisions, he seals off the appendage and closes it from circulation so clots no longer can be formed in the structure. It is then reabsorbed by the body. No left atrial appendage. No risk of forming clots. No need for blood thinners. And Dr. Cartledge does the procedure using incisions that are 1/5 of an inch compared to traditional minimally invasive openings of 2.5 inches. That means most patients require only over-the-counter pain medication, require no postoperative chest tube and can go home the next day. Ultra-Minimally Invasive Left Atrial Ligation at Boca Raton Regional Hospital. For afib patients, it’s where 1/5 of an inch can change their lives. Call 561.955.6300 to see if this procedure is right for you. | 561.95.LEARN (955.3276) | 800 Meadows Road, Boca Raton, FL 33486

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