Arnot Health providers discuss when to start colonoscopy, the gold standard screening for colon cancer, and options patients have for the exam.
Arnot Health Gastroenterologist Dr. Erik Raborn discusses the importance of getting screened for colon cancer if you have put it off for any reason, as well as the advantages of colonoscopy over other types of colon cancer screening.
Arnot Health is participating in the American Heart Association's Check-It Challenge.
Arnot Health honored one its own, Patrick Perl, RN, upon his return from the Press Ganey national conference in Orlando, FL, where he was presented with the organizations "Front Line Nurse of the Year" Award.
Arnot Health critical care nurses--both experienced and new--talk about the experience of working in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Routine heart care, including regular check-ups for heart disease, can help you get ahead of any cardiovascular issues that may present themselves.
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.
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