“He was an amazing teacher and an even better man. Simply put, Dr. Haynes was and will always be a legend to me.”
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“It is such an honor to be named vice chair,” Richard Menger, M.D., M.P.A., said. “This opportunity allows me to assist Dr. Anthony Martino in growing the academic neurosurgery program in south Alabama.”
In 2022, USA Health became the only health system in Alabama and the upper Gulf Coast region to achieve accreditation from the National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer.
Data suggests many women experience negative effects from menopausal symptoms and often do not know how to seek support in the workplace – or they remain silent, fearing they will be stigmatized.
Our health system treats children with cancer using a multidisciplinary approach that includes board-certified physicians, advanced practice providers, therapists, nurses, and child life specialists, among others, who focus on caring for patients and supporting their families through a journey that can span several years.
The endowment will provide funding for cardiovascular research and scholarly activities that promote the educational research missions of the Whiddon College of Medicine, the Department of Internal Medicine, and the division of cardiology.
Lakkis will bring a well-rounded background in teaching, practice, research and leadership to the internal medicine department.
William A. Cutchen, M.D., recently completed a fellowship in pediatric orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
This research has the potential to cast light on mechanisms underlying the long-term health problems faced by patients' post-recovery from intensive care unit stays.
Pediatrician Cindy Sheets “was enthralled by the proven notion that reading aloud with children helps brain development, builds family bonds, and creates a healthy environment for children to grow in."
The women’s services team at the hospital, with support from University of South Alabama colleagues, has launched a variety of projects to raise awareness and help save the lives of those most impacted by maternal health disparities.
USA Health providers described the move as uniting the common missions of both organizations and advancing them through an integrated healthcare delivery model.