Methodist Fremont Health pulmonology and critical care nurse practitioner Paige Pioppi, MSN, AGACNP-C, cared for patients, mentored young nurses and developed a COVID-19 care module early in the pandemic.
Methodist Physicians Clinic OB/GYN Tifany Somer-Shely, MD, spent the little time she had outside of caring for patients and delivering babies to sew isolation gowns and face masks when the health system's supply was running dangerously low.
Michelle Vanek, CMA, a certified medical assistant with Methodist Physicians Clinic, was one of three Fremont employees who volunteered in March to perform COVID-19 testing for the growing number of people in need.
Methodist Hospital progressive care nurse Emily Charvat, BSN, RN-BC, is opening up about the physical, mental and emotional challenges that have come with caring for COVID-positive patients.
Lung cancer is one of the most common and deadliest types of cancer, accounting for nearly 25% of all cancer deaths. Despite these scary statistics, fewer than 4 percent of people who qualify for lung cancer screenings ever get them. Should you?
Whether they face surgery, chemotherapy or radiation, patients are curious about what treatments will work best and what each type means for recovery. So where do we begin when it comes to lung cancer treatment?
After two years and thousands of miles behind the wheel, Bob Karr isn’t stepping away completely. But he’s ready to share the job with someone new and do some traveling of his own.
While there are similarities between the common cold, influenza and COVID-19, there are also differences. Learn how you can help protect your family from all three this winter.
At the Methodist Geriatric Assessment Clinic, we’re committed to finding solutions that meet each patient’s unique situation.
Transcarotid artery revascularization (TCAR) – a minimally-invasive surgical technique – is giving patients with carotid artery disease new hope and better outcomes.