How Restoring Vascular Health Can Help Restore Quality of Life
Meet Irma and discover how vascular rejuvenation, backed by a multidisciplinary limb preservation team, helped her go from bed-bound to walking again.
Diabetes and Vascular Health: Understanding the Connection
From neuropathy and nonhealing wounds to loss of limb use and amputation, learn how diabetes affects one's vascular health.
Physical Therapy and Its Role in Regaining Mobility
Physical therapy isn't only for athletes recovering from injury. Learn how it can help manage vascular conditions, heal nonhealing wounds, and regain limb use.
By the Community. For the Community.
For 60 years, WHHS has served as proof of what can be accomplished when citizens work together to achieve a goal.
Gamma Knife Perfexion: The Gold Standard in Noninvasive Brain Tumor Treatment
Learn more about Noninvasive Brain Tumor Treatment.
Expanding Clinical Abilities with the New Morris Hyman Critical Care Pavilion
The new 224,800 square-foot Morris Hyman Critical Care Pavilion gives us the space to expand emergency services and critical care that will save countless lives in the Tri-City area.
Is it a TIA or an Ischemic Stroke?
Every 40 seconds, someone somewhere in the United States will have a stroke – and 80-85 percent of those will be ischemic stroke.
Think You’re Having a Stroke? Call 911
Each minute that passes before receiving help increases the amount of permanent damage done to the brain. That’s why knowing the warning signs of stroke and reacting quickly is so important.