Stroke Victim Survives

Mark, a Retired Army First Sergeant Gets Treated for a Stroke

“I just can’t thank Southwestern Medical Center enough.” – Mark Winburn, Stroke Victim When Mark Winburn woke up from a nap, he knew immediately something was terribly wrong. “I couldn’t move,” Mark remembers. “My ent…

A Life Saving Decision

Mike Sandels Was in the Right Place at the Right Time

In November 2014 Mike Sandels had his second heart attack. He just happened to be walking by the WVMC emergency room on his way to undergo a CT Scan in Radiology. Mike said, “After experiencing nausea and profuse sweating I decided to immediately w…

Capital Medical Center First in Washington to Offer Robotic-Guided Spine Surgery

The Mazor Robotics Renaissance® Assists the Orthopedic Spine Surgeons and Neurosurgeons

A new, minimally invasive surgical option is now available at Capital Medical Center for patients needing spine surgery, including spinal fusion, vertebroplasty, and scoliosis correction. The Mazo…

Oscar the Fruit Loop Eating Lemur

Service Animal Detects Low Blood Sugar

Paris Regional Medical Center recognizes the need for patients to be able to receive quality care while accommodating their need to stay with their service animal in our facility. PRMC employees were recently “thrown for a loop”, a Fruit Loop to…
Four Legged Lover

Connecting With A Four-Legged Baby!

KershawHealth nurse cares for couple’s furry friend.

Leann cared for an oncology patient who was admitted to the hospital. The patient and her husband were very concerned about the care of their dog while in the hospital. They had no family to help with their beloved pet. Leann did not hesitat…

Ottumwa Makes a Difference For Heckart Family!

Ottumwa speech therapy team restore Henry Heckart’s confidence.

Henry Heckart is your typical four-year-old boy — boisterous, curious, and confident. It’s hard to believe he ever struggled with speaking, but his parents Desiree and Cody Heckart were concerned. “We worried about…

Life Saving Care for Katherine Buford

St. Mary’s staff help Katherine Buford stay active.

It was the middle of winter in northwestern Arkansas. Ice and snow had moved in, blanketing the area and creating a rare but beautiful scene there where the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains meet. Normally, Katharine Buford, would enjoy the “…

Missoula Food Bank Receives Community Volunteers

Community workers bond over Honey Nut Cheerios.

The entire staff of Home & Community Based Services (12 social work case managers, five RN case managers, three support staff, and one supervisor) volunteered at the Missoula Food Bank on Tuesday, August 30, as part of our annual team-building day. W…

Caring For William Newsome, Right Here At Home.

Carolina Pines doctors make Pee Wee feel right at home.

Pee Wee had a big problem.
William Newsome, a towering 6’6” Hartsville native affectionately known as “Pee Wee” since childhood, looked up while working at home and felt dizzy. The same sensation kept repeating itself, and he knew som…

Saline Memorial’s Volunteer Honors Wife

Retired eye doctor honors wife’s memory as volunteer at Saline Memorial.

One of the newest volunteers at Saline Memorial Hospital doesn’t seem so new. In fact, he is continuing the legacy of his late wife, who spent more than a decade behind the front desk assisting patients and visitors alike.…
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