Focus on Function First

LOUISVILLE Completing a 5K run is an admirable accomplishment for anyone. But, for someone who has suffered a traumatic brain

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Ultimate Continuity of Care

LOUISVILLE In early April 2020, when personal distancing and restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic were high, Sarah Todd, MD, had

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A Thinking Man’s Game

LEXINGTON In a time when physicians are in demand across the country, doctors tend to have multiple options on where

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Education Leads to Excellent Outcomes

LOUISVILLE. Despite being an interventional cardiologist, director of the Cardiac Catherization Lab (cath lab), and head of the extracorporeal membrane

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Teamwork and Technology in Tandem

LOUISVILLE For Brian J. Williams, MD, choosing the “nuanced and logical field” of neurosurgery was a no-brainer. “I enjoy working

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Dr. Jones Speaks: “Going on Offense Against Cancer”

“We spend a lot of money on healthcare and health insurance. The problem is, we’re not spending enough on prevention.”—

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Treating Cancers That are Bad to the Bone and Soft Tissues

LOUISVILLE Like many medical doctors, Rodolfo Zamora, MD, is the type of person who enjoys problem solving. He liked numbers,

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Combining Convenience and Compassion

LOUISVILLE With 11 board-certified female physicians at the helm, Women First of Louisville Obstetrics and Gynecology is no stranger to

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Code Sepsis

LEXINGTON About ten years ago, Charles A. Kennedy, MD, hospital epidemiologist at Saint Joseph Hospital, queried, “If we can take

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Women with Heart

LOUISVILLE Approximately half of all medical school graduates are women. Fewer than 20 percent of cardiologists who see adult patients

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