What kind of care does BayCare Clinic provide? That’s a story best told by our patients. Enjoy some of their success stories.
LASIK surgery ended years of hassles for John McClain, who had vision problems as a child and had worn glasses since grade school.
“I don’t have time for this,” is what Dennis Panneck thought when he first started having trouble seeing out of his left eye. It was holiday season, an important time for Let Me Be Frank Productions, where Dennis is band director.
A persistent husband and a skilled interventional neurologist were key to Donna's stroke survival.
Botox® injections have helped Kay Madoche get relief from a lifelong struggle with overactive bladder.
Dawn Sidwell thinks it’s “awesome” that the surgeon who replaced her ankle wants to keep tabs on her.
Carly Kuntz is proactive about her health, especially when it involves what she irreverently calls “girl parts.”
The Orthopedic Urgent Care is “just so convenient and so nice” when it’s needed, John Connelly says.
Take heart! Now that Tom has a new aortic valve, he can get back to helping his neighbors.
After having both hips replaced, Teri Wallenfang can do everything she likes to do, including walking, shopping and yoga. All without pain.
“I’m doing things I haven’t done for years. I’m 80 and I feel like I’m 50,” Sandra Eklund says after getting a new mitral valve in her heart.
“I feel like I have a lot more confidence,” Danielle Morton says after having jaw reconstruction surgery with Dr. Courtney Anderson.
“I just knew I had to get to the hospital. And I needed to have something done as soon as possible. I know with a stroke, if you don’t get to the doctor soon enough, what happens to you isn’t very good.”
Bob’s doctor urged him to get a coronary calcium scan. “If he wouldn’t have asked for that, my husband would be dead right now,” Bob’s wife says.
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