Our latest Making the Rounds interview features Dr. Susan Smyth, medical director of the UK Gill Heart Institute. Dr. Smyth is a researcher and physician focused on treating patients with bleeding and clotting disorders.
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The celebration of women’s heart health in the Pavilion A atrium of Albert B. Chandler hospital featured giveaways, prizes, and simple tips and substitutions to make your diet more heart-healthy.
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What happens when a world-class surgeon and a renowned researcher have an idea for a revolutionary new way to heal the heart? Our exciting new TV spot tells how the Power of Advanced Medicine could change life after heart attack.
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With a sailboat full of toys, murals of blue skies over the sea and a lighthouse, the new $1.6 million DanceBlue Kentucky Children's Hospital (KCH) Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinic transports families to a beachside getaway.
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During a recent trip to Taiwan, Dr. Mark V. Williams, director of the UK Center for Health Services Research (CHSR), had the opportunity to share his expertise as a hospitalist and researcher with colleagues in Taiwan.
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Dr. Doug Lowy, interim director of the National Cancer Institute, recently visited the UK Markey Cancer Center, continuing a dialogue on cancer in Kentucky following his visit to Hazard, Ky. last fall.
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In this edition of Making the Rounds, we’re joined by Dr. Gerhard Hildebrandt, division chief of hematology and blood and marrow transplantation at the UK Markey Cancer Center. He moved to the United States in 2009 after earning his medical degree in Germany.
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Working as a bedside nurse requires extensive physical effort – pushing wheelchairs, twisting and lifting, and standing for long periods. Jennifer Thomas, who's been a nurse at UK HealthCare for six years, can attest to this.
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In 2015, identical twins Gardner and Jon Wes Adams, then in their mid-20s, both nearly died when their hearts suddenly stopped beating. The incidents happened months apart, but the cause was the same: Brugada syndrome, a rare congenital heart rhythm disorder.
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Lacey Buckler, who earned three degrees from the UK College of Nursing, currently serves as an assistant chief nursing executive at UK HealthCare. She has a special interest in working with heart transplant patients at the UK Transplant Center.
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