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Doug Dillman credits his restored heart health to Arctic Front cryoablation and the personalized care he got at Ascension Wisconsin St. Francis.
David Hoerz is a heart patient at Ascension Columbia-St. Mary’s and credits his recovery to transradial catheterization and the heart care team.
Mary of Sturgis, Michigan, was struggling with headaches and fatigue. An MRI showed that Mary had a massive brain tumor.
Sacred Heart Hospital Pensacola saves mother from postpartum hemorrhaging on the day she gave birth to her daughter.
When Anthony first discovered the lump in his neck, he faced the same decision that many people do when confronted with a strange, new ailment.
Unable to get another job, she found herself without an income, without insurance and without healthcare.
Arthritis and years of wear and tear damaged the knee of Lionel Ford from Kalamazoo.
Father recounts the day that Sacred Heart doctors saved his newborn’s life.
A new minimally invasive procedure called TCAR can prevent strokes and mini-strokes caused by carotid artery disease.
“Cancer doesn’t play fair, but at the Bruno Cancer Center, we are going to play fair with cancer.” – Frankie, a cancer survivor