The Arnot Health Bariatric Team talks about some of the things to consider before choosing to have bariatric surgery for weight loss.
Arnot Health talk about nursing opportunities in Arnot Health's Emergency Departments, highlighting the environment of teamwork, learning, and opportunities for professional growth.
Bariatric, or weight loss, surgery has helped people make significant changes in their lives. Let's talk about what it is, who qualifies, and how it's done.
Arnot Health Emergency Physician Dr. Jeremy Lux talks about Commitio Cordis Cardiac Arrest, what is believed to have caused Buffalo Bill's player Damar Hamlin's on field issue recently. He also discusses the importance of immediate CPR and use of an Automatic External Defibrillator (AED), both of which are believed to have saved Hamlin's life because they were readily available and used immediately by medical personnel on the field.
Arnot Health providers talk about the importance of preventative exams and regular screening in detecting cervical cancer early, leading to more successful treatment and outcomes. They also discuss the importance of the HPV vaccine.
Arnot Health congratulates its class of newly graduated Paramedics as they begin their careers of service after training their training.
Arnot Health experts discuss how to safely celebrate this holiday season, providing detail on how much is too much to have before getting behind the wheel.
With the first big storm of the season forecast, Arnot Health Rehabilitation Services and Hand Center staff discuss the do's and don'ts of safe snow removal.
Don't set yourself up for failure when picking New Year's resolutions, do it the right way!
Arnot Ogden Medical Center's Labor and Delivery Unit was recently honored by Healthgrades for having outstanding outcomes in both vaginal and C-section births. This marks multiple consecutive years the department has been highlighted for their quality care.
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