In the September/October 2012 Issue

Floyd Memorial's General Surgeons specialize in minimally invasive techniques with exceptional results.

Early Detection and Minimally Invasive Approach Lead to a Full Recovery from Colorectal Cancer

When Eula Collins first noticed blood in her stool, she had seen enough colorectal cancer patients during her time as a volunteer and patient advocate at Floyd Memorial to know that she needed to follow up with her doctor about it right away.

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Floyd Memorial Welcomes General Surgeon Douglas Berg, MD

Floyd Memorial Medical Group-Surgery recently welcomed its newest general surgeon, Douglas Berg, MD.

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Recent Breakthroughs Offer Hope for Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is the second most common form of cancer in the United States and ranks as the number one cause of cancer deaths, but there is still much cause for hope, thanks to several recent developments in the field.

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An All-Inclusive Package

Knee replacement patient Helen Montgomery gets back to life.

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Back in the Saddle

Hip replacement patient Nila Hubert lost the pain and is getting back to the life she enjoys.

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Rock the Vote!

Vote for Floyd Memorial’s Pink Glove Dance October 12-26!

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US News & World Report Names Floyd Memorial a Best Regional Hospital Two Years Running

Floyd Memorial is the only Southern Indiana hospital to be recognized for the second year in a row.

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Top Docs Recognized Nationally & Regionally

US News & World Report and Louisville Magazine have named our doctors ‘Top Docs!’

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Floyd Memorial Spine Center Welcomes Neurosurgeon Steven Kuric, MD

Board certified Neurosurgeon Steven Kuric, MD, has joined the Floyd Memorial Spine Center.

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Guardian Angels Recognized

Congratulations to our most recent guardian angel recipients.

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Horseshoe Foundation Donates $20,000 to Cancer Center of Indiana

Horseshoe Foundation generously supports massage therapy for cancer patients.

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Floyd Memorial Awarded Crusade for Children Grants

Grants support emergency, surgical and training initiatives.

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