A Brand New Baby for a Brand New Year

Posted on February 1, 2017

When Melanie Mullins found out she was pregnant, it came as a complete surprise. The thought of having a baby was a little overwhelming, so she selected a hospital she knew she could trust. “I chose Fort Sanders because I had been a patient there before, and felt like I was really cared about while […]

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Law & Aorta

Posted on January 25, 2017

Lt. Joe Kenda, TV’s Homicide Hunter, is showing in the living room of John and Barbara Mohl’s Sevierville condominium, but neither is watching. That’s because Mohl, a retired detec­tive with the New York Police Department, has plenty of true crime stories of his own. His were the kind of high-profile cas­es that might evoke a […]

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Fourteen Functions to a Healthy Lifestyle in 2017

Posted on January 19, 2017

Check out these tips from our clinical dietitian to have a healthy and happy 2017! By: Kim E. Pryor, MS, RDN, LDN 1. A good night’s rest is the way to start the day. Adults should aim for 8 restful hours each night. Habitual sleep is good and necessary! 2. Plan your meals ahead of time. […]

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The Gift of Healing

Posted on January 18, 2017

  Nine days before Christmas hospital chaplain Randy Tingle was checking his list – twice. After all, finding anything in his office at that time of year is next to impossible. Bags full of gifts were scattered all about, making it difficult to get behind his desk inside Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center. The bags, […]

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Room with a View

Posted on January 12, 2017

When interventional radiologist Keith Woodward, MD, repairs an aneurysm, Adam Hill stands beside him and hands him the instruments. But on a recent November afternoon, Adam, who works in the interventional radiology lab at Fort Sanders Regional’s Comprehensive Stroke Center, was in a different position. He was Dr. Woodward’s patient. A brain aneurysm in an artery […]

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Room with a View

Posted on January 11, 2017

When interventional radiologist Keith Woodward, MD, repairs an aneurysm, Adam Hill stands beside the surgeon and hands him the instruments. But on a recent November afternoon, the 33-year-old manager of interventional radiological technicians at Fort Sanders Regional’s Comprehensive Stroke Center was in a different position. He was Dr. Woodward’s patient. A brain aneurysm in an […]

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