Monthly Archives: July 2010

Knowing the Signs of a Heart Attack and the Number to Call Could Be a Lifesaver

If you, or someone you were with, were having a heart attack, would you know it? Most likely not, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Although heart disease is the #1 killer in the U.S., a survey by the CDC found that only 27 percent of the people surveyed knew all the major warning [...]

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Floyd Memorial to Host Free Total Joint Replacement Seminar on Thursday, July 29

Weighing the pros and cons and making the decision whether or not to have joint replacement surgery is an important choice many people must make.  Being informed about what to expect before, during and after surgery, and knowing and trusting your surgeon and the team of people who will be caring for you, are all [...]

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Floyd Memorial Hospital Awarded Four Crusade for Children Grants

Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services is pleased to announce the receipt of four WHAS-11 Crusade for Children grants, with funds totaling $27,311.  The grants will provide funding to purchase items and services aimed at ensuring that the Hospital is able to meet the unique medical and psychological needs of children being treated at the [...]

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