In the Mar/Apr 2010 Issue
Total Joint Replacement program offers patients lasting relief from hip and knee pain.
Nearly 90 percent of Americans will suffer from back pain during their lifetime. In fact, only the common cold causes more lost days of work. Thankfully, there are many options for alleviating back pain, and they’re nearly all available under one roof at Floyd Memorial Hospital.
Kleinert and Kutz Surgeon Michelle Palazzao discusses her experiences with breast cancer and its effects on her career as a reconstructive plastic surgeon.
New chemotherapy agents offer different modes of treatment for kidney cancer patients.
Minimally invasive cardiac surgery/coronary artery bypass grafting is is part of the growing effort to approach cardiac surgery in a less invasive fashion and is a .
At Floyd Memorial, total joint replacement patients receive a continuum of care that begins long before they enter the hospital and continues well after they check out.
The Floyd Memorial Laboratory has opened a new blood collection center in Georgetown at 5300 State Road 64 in the building housing Georgetown Family Medicine and Women’s Healthcare of Southern Indiana.
Kleinert Kutz Surgery Center in Affiliation with Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services has achieved accreditation by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC).
Obtaining the proper amount of sleep is critical for giving your body the rest it needs and performing at the highest level possible during the day. Following these tips will help you achieve a restful night’s sleep: Maintain a regular bed time. Establish a regular, relaxing routine before you go to bed. Create an environment [...]
Floyd Memorial Hospital now has a Parking Lot Shuttle. The shuttle will be driving around the hospital’s parking lot to pick up patients and visitors and deliver them safely to the Main Entrance as well as taking them back to their cars.
The Family Health Center of Floyd County provides the uninsured or underinsured with quality healthcare. In 2009 the Floyd Memorial Foundation donated $75,000 to the center for operations.