Providing the Highest Quality Care to the Highest Risk Pregnancies

LOUISVILLE The phrase “When one door closes, another opens,” most definitely applies to Edward Miller, MD. Growing up in California

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No More Suffering in Silence

LOUISVILLE The field of urogynecology is one of the lesser-known specialties—among both medical professionals and the general public—which means many

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Bringing Pioneering Procedures to Kentucky

LOUISVILLE In the field of gastroenterology, innovations in endoscopy and minimally invasive surgery have led to much improved results and

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A Lifetime Commitment for Both Doctor and Patient

LEXINGTON How many surgeons can say their career began with a dare? Rachel Mathis, MD, FACS, can. While dissecting a

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Finding Purpose After Prognosis

LOUISVILLE Despite spending a decade as a physical medicine and rehabilitation doctor specializing in spinal cord injury (SCI), Camilo Castillo,

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Offering Options and Elevating Education

LEXINGTON In the third grade, Andrea Colton, MD, MPH, wrote a book titled “My Grandpa’s Open-Heart Surgery,” chronicling the observations

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Parlaying Personal Experience into Patient Care

LOUISVILLE/ NEW ALBANY, IN Few physicians can say they have been both surgeon and patient for the same procedure. However,

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Keeping Women Well for Life

LEXINGTON During her third year at Pikeville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Amy Baker, DO, underwent a life-changing experience— she helped

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Making the Case for Care Continuity

LONDON When primary care physician Nancy Morris, MD, recently met her new colleague, vascular surgeon Sherisa Warren, DO, she was

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One Heart, A Team of Doctors

LOUISVILLE Each Monday, the Structural Heart Team at Baptist Health Louisville brings its diverse training, accumulated experience, and individual skill

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