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Floyd Memorial Launches High Risk Colon Cancer Clinic

The Floyd Memorial Cancer Center of Indiana has launched a High Risk Colon Cancer Clinic that is designed to screen patients with hereditary red flags of inherited gastrointestinal cancers and Lynch Syndrome. It identifies individuals who carry the mutation that places them at a higher risk of developing a hereditary cancer. Floyd Memorial has partnered […]

Cancer Survivors Reunion Set for Friday, June 24, 2016

The Floyd Memorial Cancer Center of Indiana is hosting a free Cancer Survivors Reunion on Friday, June 24 from 11 am to 1:30 pm. All cancer survivors and their families are invited to join in for a free day of fun in the Wild West of Floyd Memorial’s Cancer Center of Indiana located at 2210 […]

Floyd Memorial Recognized with Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award for Stroke Care

Floyd Memorial has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: StrokeSM Honor Roll. The award recognizes the Hospital’s commitment and success ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines, based on the latest scientific evidence. To receive the […]

Free Smoking Cessation Classes Begin August 2, 2016

Floyd Memorial is offering a free 13-week Cooper Clayton Method for Smoking Cessation class series beginning Tuesdays, August 2 through October 25 from 4:30 – 5:30 pm at Floyd Memorial’s Paris Health Education Center. The Cooper Clayton Method is a science-based program that was started over 25 years ago by two faculty members at the University of […]

3D Mammography Comes to Floyd Memorial Diagnostic Imaging – Corydon

Floyd Memorial is pleased to offer 3D mammography for breast cancer screening at its Diagnostic Imaging Center in Corydon located at 313 Federal Drive NW, Suite 020. 3D mammography produces a three-dimensional view of the breast tissue that helps radiologists identify and characterize individual breast structures without the confusion of overlapping tissue. The 3D mammogram […]

Floyd Memorial Proudly Announces a Pending Acquisition by Baptist Health

March 9, 2016 (New, Albany, IN) – After a little more than seven months, Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services’ Board of Trustees, the Floyd County Commissioners and the Floyd County Council have announced the intent to pursue an acquisition of Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services by Baptist Health based in Louisville, Kentucky. Floyd […]

New Proactive Angels Support Group Formed at the Floyd Memorial Cancer Center

Floyd Memorial Cancer Center of Indiana’s board certified oncologist/hematologist and director of the Breast Cancer program at Floyd Memorial, Roseline Okeke, MD, has formed a new support group geared toward patients and their families who have tested positive for the mutations that can increase their risk for cancers. The group will focus on walking individuals […]

Floyd Memorial’s Invests in Porter Nitronox System for Birthing Center

New Albany, Ind. – December 15, 2015 – To enhance the laboring options available at Floyd Memorial, the hospital recently purchased a Porter Nitronox System for the Birthing Center. “Nitrous Oxide is a mild analgesic that offers pain reduction for our patients looking for an alternative to narcotic use during labor, said Emily Banet, MSM, […]

Floyd Memorial Joins INHEN 2.0, Statewide Hospital Engagement Network

As part of a coordinated effort, Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services has partnered with the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) and nearly 100 other Indiana hospitals on a statewide patient safety improvement program entitled Indiana Hospital Engagement Network 2.0 (INHEN 2.0). INHEN 2.0 is part of the second American Hospital Association/Health Research & Educational Trust […]

Floyd Memorial to Provide HIP 2.0 Enrollment Assistance February 2

Floyd Memorial is dedicated to being there for the community for every step of their healthcare journey – even with the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP 2.0).  The HIP 2.0 program expands coverage to all eligible Hoosiers ages 19 – 64 with income up to approximately 138 percent of the federal poverty level, who are not eligible […]