In the Nov/Dec 2010 Issue
Minimally-invasive urologic procedures provide improved quality of life for men and women.
Azmi Draw, MD, and Nuzhat Hasan, MD, sleep disorders specialists with the Floyd Memorial Sleep Disorders Center, insist that sleep problems should not be ignored, and can actually signal some very serious underlying conditions that need to be addressed.
Home Healthcare Services Allow Patient the Ability to Remain in the Comfort of Home, Despite Serious Illness
The obvious goal of home healthcare is to provide healthcare services in the convenience of a patient’s home. However, for some patients this goal is more than just a convenience, it is a critical service that enables them to remain in their home instead of in a long-term healthcare setting. This is exactly what Floyd Memorial Home Healthcare has done for New Albany resident Rebecca Davis.
When Michael Carr was struck with mysterious shoulder numbness and arm pain that seemingly came about overnight in May of this year, he sought the opinion of his trusted primary care doctor, Reggie Lyell, MD, a Corydon-area family medicine physician.
When it comes to giving, Floyd Memorial’s Foundation is blessed with its charitable ability thanks to the contributions and support of priceless donors.
Think of your primary care doctor as your medical home, they are the first healthcare professional you should contact when you have a question or need.
New Active Staff Physicians and New Courtesy Staff Physicians.
Floyd Memorial Orthopedic Group Opens satellite location in Scottsburg, Floyd Memorial Medical Group grows to add general surgeons to its Network, and more.
Through the support of several generous organizations, Floyd Memorial Cancer Center of Indiana’s Therapeutic Massage Program is continuing its complimentary service to cancer patients and their caregivers.
Until recently, a diagnosis of kidney cancer meant the entire kidney had to be removed. But major advances in cancer staging, imaging technology and surgical techniques now allow surgeons to remove only the abnormal portion in many cases.