The Teal Gypsy enables Janna King to raise ovarian cancer awareness while pursuing her passion for fashion.
Zaira Estrada and Lucio Cruz welcomed their newborn son, Alexander, in a setting more akin to a luxury hotel suite than a typical hospital room. Cruz served as construction coordinator for the unit's remodeling, handling many of the details that give the fifth floor its new, luxurious feel.
Featured Stories at USA Health
At USA Health, we nurture relationships with our patients. That’s why we share stories that chronicle their healthcare journeys, from their initial arrival at one of our facilities to their lives beyond recovery. If you have a story you would like to tell, please contact us by submitting your story using our online form here.
Myria Mack-Williams, M.D., is more than just a pediatrician. See what makes her practice different.
Too many victims of violence end up in our trauma center more than once. See what Andrew Haiflich, R.N., M.S.N., and others are doing to change that.
The way Bob Israel, M.D., approaches primary care has his patients looking at health in a whole new way. See for yourself.
The cause of post-ICU syndrome is a mystery that Mike Lin, Ph.D., is determined to uncover. See what he’s doing.
See why William “Bill” Richards, M.D., thinks bariatric procedures are a way to advance diabetes research.
Shelia Ross, D.N.P., thinks that getting patients the right stroke treatment more quickly starts in the community. See why.
Rene Sprague, R.N., noticed a gap in the care of women facing high-risk pregnancies. See how USA Health changed that.
Dr. Jennifer Young Pierce is using a podcast to empower patients. See how that’s helping people.
Glen was pursuing his dream job as a teacher. Then cancer nearly dashed those dreams. Thankfully, we were able to use personalized research and new treatment options to save his life. Today, Glen is cancer-free and back to inspiring his students.
One day, Leigh suffered a stroke and collapsed at work. Two days later, she was able to attend her son's baseball tournament with her family. All because we were able to use a rare procedure to remove a clot from her brain.
When Shep was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia, his mom felt lost deciding where to find treatment. Care could be found hours away in another city, but Brady's motherly instincts told her not to uproot the family during a year's long struggle. She wanted Shep close to loved ones during treatment, and she found life-saving care where it mattered most — at home.