New vice president announced at Peninsula, a division of Parkwest
Liz Clary, RN, has been promoted to the position of vice president of behavioral health for Peninsula, a division of Parkwest.
Sleep apnea is a serious, potentially life-threatening condition that is far more common than generally understood with as many as 18 million Americans estimated to have it.
Change of heart
He’d had rough nights before, the kind when Warren Wilson would wake up the next morning feeling drowsy, tired, achey or as if he’d been beaten in his sleep.
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Rx for recovery: Pharmacist discusses medicines used to treat mental illness
Call them psychotropics, psychoactives or psychopharmaceuticals. Whatever you call these medications, Peninsula Pharmacist Cheryl Gray says they are merely one tool that aids in recovery from mental illness.
A deacon’s heart: TAVR gives Cumberland Gap man new life
Ray Rogers of Cumberland Gap had it all. “Multiple comorbidities” is what doctors called it. Cardiologist, Dr. Clint Doiron, sent the long-time Baptist deacon to Parkwest Medical Center where the doctor hoped his patient could qualify for a much-needed life-saving procedure known as transcatheter aortic valve replacement (or TAVR).
Buscetta Award winner followed dream into nursing
Liz Clary, director of patient care services at Peninsula Hospital, was recently presented Covenant Health’s 2013 Buscetta Award, given to outstanding managers who personify leadership excellence.
Quigley joins psychiatric staff
Dr. Kimberly Quigley has joined the psychiatric staff of Parkwest.
A course, a run, a race, a finish like no other
A first-class running event, challenging course, magnificent scenery, top-notch sports medicine, friendly fans and thrilling finish are just a few of the many reasons why the Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon
stands out from the crowd
Designed for life: Engineer finds hope in award-winning heart valve
Ted Bernard is the kind of guy who appreciates a thoughtful, efficient design.
So when the retired electrical engineer flipped open his Popular Science magazine last November and saw its 25th Annual Best of What’s New, he was impressed. For there, bigger than life itself was the Edwards Lifescience Transcatheter Heart Valve listed as the publication’s “Grand Award” winner in the health category.