Therapeutic hypothermia is the lowering of the body’s temperature after cardiac arrest to preserve neurological function. Learn more about the therapeutic hypothermia protocol from Baptist Health.
The Cancer Center Resource Room at Baptist Health provides resources (such as wigs and blankets) and educational materials for cancer patients. Learn more about our cancer patient resource center.
The Baptist Health Family Medicine Residency Program is an accredited three-year post-graduate training program with focuses in various medical specialties. Learn about our family residency program.
The Baptist Health Family Medicine Residency Program is an accredited 3 year post-graduate training program with focuses in various medical specialties. Learn about our pediatric residency program.
Aortic valve replacement is a catheter-based, minimally invasive procedure that can help treat aortic valve stenosis. Learn more about this heart procedure from Baptist Health.
Women preparing to conceive generally plan 6-12 months ahead and are strongly advised to meet with their doctor. Learn more about what to know before getting pregnant from Baptist Health.
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) occurs when plaque builds up in the arteries, causing symptoms of pain and changes in skin color. Learn about Baptist Health's treatments for peripheral artery disease.
Baptist Health is an accredited hospital that provides advanced and comprehensive care for most cardiac conditions. Learn more about our ongoing processes to improve heart care for our patients.
Baptist Health offers both surgical and non-surgical options, such as physical therapy, to help with neck and back pain relief. Learn more about our neck and back pain treatment options.
Scheduling a cardiac screening with your doctor is one way that you can be proactive about cardiovascular disease prevention. Learn more about heart disease prevention tips from Baptist Health.