Baptist Health Physicians Named to Louisville Magazine’s Top Docs List

Baptist Health Medical Group physicians have been named to Louisville Magazine’s Top Docs 2019 list, featured in the magazine’s August issue. The doctors named to...

Study: There Are Health Benefits to Volunteering

While many baby boomers may not want to admit it, they are aging. Now one of their concerns is “How can we age well?” Most...

Patient Credits Neurologist With Early Detection of Breast Cancer

Joseph Seipel, MD, is the latest recipient of Baptist Health Medical Group’s “Doing Amazing Things” award. Dr. Seipel, a neurologist, helped detect breast cancer in...

CT Scan vs X-Ray

Doctors use many types of imaging technology to help them assess the condition of an organ or an area of the body. Computed tomography...

What are the Differences between Asthma vs. Bronchitis

Are You Experiencing Trouble Breathing? Asthma and bronchitis are conditions that cause difficulty breathing. While some of their symptoms are similar, there’s a difference between...

Types of Ultrasounds

When you hear the term “ultrasound,” the image that comes to mind may be of a technician moving a device (called a transducer) over...

Keep Your Fourth of July Fireworks Both Fun and Safe

For many, seeing bursts of red, white and blue lighting up the sky is a must for the Fourth of July. But along with...

The Palliative Care Team at Baptist Health

Palliative (pronounced PAL-lee-uh-tiv) care is a type of medical care provided to people with serious illnesses. Derived from the word “palliate," meaning "to ease...

How To Support A Family Member Receiving Palliative Care

When a patient is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, both curative and palliative (pronounced PAL-lee-uh-tiv) care may be needed. Palliative medicine is a specialty...

The Advantages Of Palliative Care

Palliative (pronounced PAL-lee-uh-tiv) medicine is a field that focuses on actively addressing the wide range of physical, psychological and spiritual symptoms that may be...

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What is Palliative Care & How is it Different from Hospice?

  Palliative (pronounced pal-lee-uh-tiv) care is a specialized type of care provided to people with life-threatening illnesses. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines it as: “An...

Patient on a Healthier Path Following ‘Ping’ Intervention

A month without an emergency department visit is a good month indeed. And it’s been a good month for a Western Kentucky resident who went...

Baptist Health Physicians Named to Louisville Magazine’s Top Docs List

Baptist Health Medical Group physicians have been named to Louisville Magazine’s Top Docs 2019 list, featured in the magazine’s August issue. The doctors named to...