In the Sep/Oct 2011 Issue
These vascular surgeons are building a program that will offer southern Indiana patients cutting edge medicine .
The care of patients with vascular disorders is evolving rapidly, and the Floyd Memorial Heart and Vascular Center is proud to offer some of the region’s best and brightest vascular surgeons to Southern Indiana.
If you are 50 or older and one or more of the following apply, you might have poor circulation and be at risk for vascular disease.
Floyd Memorial has been honored as the 2011 recipient of The Advisory Board Company’s 2nd Annual Surgery Compass Excellence in Innovation Award.
Floyd Memorial Hospital’s Diagnostic Imaging Center recently installed the the world’s first 1.5T Open-Bore MRI.
Links for Life and Horseshoe Foundation Donate Funds to Floyd Memorial’s Therapeutic Massage Program for Cancer Patients
Floyd Memorial recently received several grants to further fund their therapeutic massage program for cancer patients.
Floyd Memorial Medical Group is proud to welcome to its network the providers of Harrison Family Medicine in Corydon, including George Estill, MD, Candace Embry, MD, Reggie Lyell, MD, Andrew Morton, MD, John Reinoehl, MD, Maria de la Cruz, MD and Gena Lyell, FNP-C.
Floyd Memorial Medical Group-Endocrinology Physician Elected President of Regional Organization, Floyd Memorial Medical Group-Jeffersonville Welcomes Carrie Browne, MD, and Floyd Memorial Medical Group-Neurology Welcomes Satish Rao, MD, MS
Larry Crecelius, 51, of Hardinsburg, Indiana, has lived with type 1 diabetes since the age of two. Of those 49 years, the past 10 have been spent under the expert guidance of Sri Mokshagundam, MD, a board certified endocrinologist with the Floyd Memorial Joslin Diabetes Center Affiliate.
Floyd Memorial will now be offering comprehensive outpatient and inpatient neurological services under the expert guidance of Satish Rao, MD, MS, a highly experienced and widely respected neurologist.
Sleep is vital to both your physical and mental health. Yet, studies by the National Sleep Foundation show that as many as 60 percent of adults suffer from sleep disorders. At the Sleep Disorders Center, specialists evaluate patients of all ages and diagnose and treat the full spectrum of sleep disorders.