Lenoir City Man Bounces Back After Heart Attack, Quadruple Bypass

Posted on April 27, 2021

Richard Imgram was shocked to learn he was having a heart attack because he did not experience any of the typical symptoms. 


Listen to Your Heart: Minimally Invasive Surgery Restores Heart Patient’s Zest for Life

Posted on April 21, 2021

Charlene Henderson, a Hamblen County resident, enjoys having her quality of life back after non-invasive surgery at Parkwest.  


Finding Peace: Patient from Ukraine finds relief from hip pain at Parkwest

Posted on April 14, 2021

Liudmyla Labod moved from the war-torn Ukraine looking for a better life, and found relief for her debilitating hip pain.  


“I Choose Freedom” – Knoxville Woman Loses Over 100 Pounds After Bariatric Surgery

Posted on March 31, 2021

When Christy Brown weighed in at over 300 pounds, she decided she had to try something different to lose weight. That’s when she found Dr. Williams. 


Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy: a Hidden Gem for Healing

Posted on March 24, 2021

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a treatment that is demonstrated to heal
and reduce the severity of wounds, infections and late effects of radiation. 


A Sigh of Relief: Louisiana Woman Doubly Relieved After Double Hip Replacement

Posted on March 17, 2021

The path that led Julie Stempel to have hip replacement surgery at Parkwest Medical Center is both serendipitous and fortuitous. 


Dollars and Diet: Parkwest dietitian says healthy eating isn’t as expensive as your might think

Posted on March 10, 2021

There is a common misconception that it costs more to eat healthy foods than it does to consume an unhealthy diet.Learn more from a Parkwest dietitian. 


TLC for Nursing Moms

Posted on March 2, 2021

The Lactation Club  at Parkwest Delivers Confidence and Care When little Finley Kennedy came into the world, he came with no complications. Mom Patricia Kennedy says support from the lactation consultants at Parkwest Medical Center helped breastfeeding begin just the way nature intended. Things weren’t so simple after mother and baby went home, though. In