Less than one month after completing the area’s first outpatient total knee replacement, the team at Cabell Huntington Hospital’s Mary H. Hodges Joint Replacement Center has completed its first outpatient total hip surgery.
Gala benefitted two great initiatives of The Foundation — Kids in Motion and the St. Mary’s Hospitality House
St. Mary’s The Total Woman program will host its third annual Girls Night Out Thursday, Oct. 2 at 6 p.m. at St. Mary’s Conference Center, 2825 Fifth Ave. in Huntington. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m.
SeniorFest, Cabell Huntington Hospital’s annual event promoting good health for seniors throughout the Tri-State through screenings and information will take place Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the hospital’s campus.
The Mary H. Hodges Joint Replacement Program at Cabell Huntington Hospital has once again raised the bar. Jonathon Salava, MD, a fellowship-trained joint replacement surgeon and former orthopedic surgery resident in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, has returned to Cabell Huntington Hospital and Marshall Orthopaedics as a hip replacement and revision surgery specialist.
As a social worker at St. Mary’s Medical Center, Ronna Woods is used to giving people support when they need it. But in 2011, it was Woods herself who needed support when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Danny Shadd barely remembers life without back pain. It has been 16 years since a work-related injury cost him the enjoyment of daily activities. During that time, he tried countless treatment options.
Go to St. Mary’s Urgent Care for a problem that is not life threatening or risking disability, but that has you concerned and you cannot see your doctor soon enough.
Heart disease and stroke may be preventable and controllable, but they still are two of the three leading causes of death for Americans. At Cabell Huntington Hospital, our team of heart specialists provide preventive screenings, education and treatment for many types of heart disease, including heart attack and stroke.
Desserts can be some of the most tempting parts of the holiday season. And, if you are a diabetic, sweets can be a real problem since most of them have a lot of carbohydrates — even in a small portion.