Heart Attack Emergency Response Procedure and Treatment

When it comes to heart attack treatment, urgency is extremely important. Cardiologist Azher Aslam explains more about how to identify heart attack symptoms, how to act quickly, and why it matters.

New Mitral Valve Heart Procedure

Paula Hollingsworth, MD, explains how the Mitraclip® is used to repair leaking valves in heart patients who may not be able to undergo traditional surgery.

Treating Sports Injuries

Learn the treatments for common sports injuries and how a doctor that specializes in sports medicine can help you.

Reducing Pain After Surgery

Learn how Baptist Health Lexington's team works to create a plan of care for patients and their pain experience, which allows for less pain after surgery.

Personal Touch of Nursing

Learn how nurses help in the healing process of a patient and the role nurses play in providing personal care to patients at Baptist Health Lexington.

Lung Nodule Clinic

Learn the importance of the Lexington's Lung Nodule Clinic in helping patients discover lung cancer in its early, more treatable, stages.

The New North Tower

Learn about the conveniences and amenities of the new North Tower at Baptist Health Lexington.

Treatment and Causes of Varicose Veins

Learn how varicose veins are formed and what treatment can eliminate them.

New Medications after a Heart Attack in Lexington

Dr. Robert Sawyer, MD discusses advances in medication for patients who've suffered a heart attack. Learn more about post heart attack medication with this video from Baptist Health Lexington.

The Importance of Colon Screening

Learn the guidelines for when to get screened for colon cancer and explains why it’s best to discover and treat polyps early.

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