Monthly Archives: July 2011

Floyd Memorial Hospital’s Physicians Nominated as Top Doctors By U.S. News and World Report

Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services is honored to recognize five of it’s physicians for their recent nominations as U.S. News and World Report Top Doctors. The U.S. News Top Doctors program is designed to assist patients in their search to find doctors who can provide the best care possible for their specific needs. U.S. [...]

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Floyd Memorial to Celebrate 2011 World Breastfeeding Week

Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services will celebrate World Breastfeeding Week, August 1-7, by encouraging mothers to stay connected to a support network during their breastfeeding experience. Breastfeeding is an intimate time between a mother and baby; however, many mothers have found that creating a strong support network makes it easier to achieve breastfeeding goals. [...]

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Horseshoe Foundation Donates Funds to Floyd Memorial

Floyd Memorial’s Cancer Center of Indiana recently received a generous grant to further fund their therapeutic massage program. The Horseshoe Foundation of Floyd County donated $24,875 to fund massage therapy and biofeedback for cancer patients who are Floyd County residents. Patients currently receiving treatment through Floyd Memorial’s Cancer Services are eligible for the programs. Massage [...]

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B. P. W. Links for Life Donates Funds to Floyd Memorial

Floyd Memorial Cancer Services recently received a generous grant to further fund their therapeutic massage program. B.P.W. Links for Life donated $6,500 to fund massage therapy for breast cancer patients. Patients currently receiving treatment through Floyd Memorial’s Cancer Services are eligible for the programs. Chronic, prolonged stress suppresses the body’s immune system making it difficult [...]

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Free Grocery Shopping for Diabetes Tour Being Offered in Salem July 21

Diabetes can be an overwhelming condition for many patients.  From counting carbs to testing blood sugars to understanding medications, maintaining good health with diabetes is undoubtedly a challenge.  But for those patients who are up to the task, knowledge truly is power.  Amy Brown, RD, CDE, CES, a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator with [...]

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Free Total Joint Replacement Seminar Set for July 21

Deciding 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, as well as knowing and trusting your surgeon and the team of people who will be caring for you, are all critical in making that decision. Floyd [...]

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