Rush Limbaugh addressed the media in Hawaii where he told reporters he did undergo an angiogram, but he's doing just fine.
He did not suffer a heart attack or any kind of coronary episode and test show nothing wrong.
Limbaugh was hospitalized Wednesday night after experiencing chest pains.
Limbaugh made it a point to thank the staff of the hotel he was staying at, the Kahala Hotel and Resort, and he proclaimed (several times) the U.S. has the best health care service in the world.
He called the outpouring of support from fans very "humbling."
We're told after the press conference, Rush went back to his room at the Kahala Hotel and Resort.
Turning from his health to politics, Limbaugh declared Friday he got the best health treatment in the world "right here in the United States of America."
"I don't think there's one thing wrong with the United States health system," Limbaugh said.
Sources tell TMZ that Rush has returned to his room at the Kahala Hotel and Resort -- the same place he experienced chest pains on Wednesday. But, we're told, Rush has asked hotel security to remain stationed outside his room 24/7 ... just in case something happens.
Rush went out of his way to praise hotel staff for taking care of him during his health scare.