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59 news has learned Raleigh General Hospital has put a stop to cardiac stent surgery.

According to a statement from hospital administrators, "due to a shortage in physician availability, the hospital is stopping cardiac stents.

This will go on until Monday, May 20th.

59 News is working to find out more information about this development.

If you have been impacted by this decision please email us at news@wvnstv.com or call our newsroom at 304-929-6418.