To say that the threat of breast cancer was on her mind would be an understatement. Melissa Lonas, an active, engaging woman in her 60s, knew that she was at risk for developing breast cancer. In 2005, her older sister, Cindy, passed away after undergoing treatment for the disease. Her younger sister, Rusti, elected to
VanderSteeg and McKinley were among 26 individuals honored during the THA event in which awards were presented in 14 categories, recognizing contributions from healthcare representatives ranging from hospital volunteers and frontline staff to trustees and executives.
Covenant Health’s Heart Surgery Program Receives Highest Ratings from International Thoracic Surgeons SocietyPosted on August 13, 2015
Covenant Health’s cardiac program has received the highest quality designation from The Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS), an organization dedicated to ensuring the best possible outcomes for surgeries of the heart, lung and esophagus. The society represents nearly 7,000 surgeons, researchers and allied health care professionals worldwide. Based on data submitted from Covenant Health’s elite
U.S. News & World report has released its annual list of “America’s Best Hospitals,” naming three Covenant Health hospitals – Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center, Methodist Medical Center, and Parkwest Medical Center in Tennessee’s Top 10 for metro areas.