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LaShon Shands believes there is no limit to who she serves. Each day, she takes advantage of meeting patients, their families and bringing them comfort. She proudly serves in other ways through Northside, like United Way.
Dawn Theodore has been with Northside for two years. Her passion is working with patients and reassuring them they will be taken care of. The reward: the patients’ compliments and smiles as they leave after a short stay.
Rebecca Henry knows how much of a blessing it is to welcome a new baby. That is why she has spent most of her career helping parents deliver newborns. Her favorite part; helping take pictures, so those parents have memories for a lifetime.
Gabby Comier joined us during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Her daily motivation is learning and advancing her skills. Gabby is doing what she has always wanted, and that is serving a major purpose in this world.
Jeannine Write, a rapid response nurse in the ICU at Northside Hospital Forsyth, was instrumental in helping the hospital prepare for COVID-19, working extra hours to set up an overflow ICU and creating grab-and-go kits with PPE for rapid response nurses.
Ashlea Shumpert and Chappel Talley, nurses in the Northside Hospital Cherokee Emergency Department, are just two integral team members inspired by the strength of their patients.
Caitlin Anderson is a registered nurse at Northside Hospital Forsyth, following in her father's footsteps as a member of the Emergency Department team.
Northside Hospital emergency department manager and U.S. Army veteran Ryan Archibald knows the importance of having a strong team—especially when confronted with unprecedented challenges.
Kelly Ward is a natural caregiver—which makes her a perfect fit for her role as a nurse in the Special Care Nursery at Northside Hospital Cherokee.
Karen never smoked and stayed away from second-hand, yet she got lung cancer. The treatment that got her back to running in no time and how early screening saved her life.
Josiah was just months away from his wedding when he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. With his wife Lauren, and Dr. Robinson’s team, Josiah is enjoying life more than ever.
Learn more about what’s new at Northside as we continue to expand clinical access and enhance patient care.View All News
To help prevent the transmission and spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, Northside Hospital is taking precautions to protect patients, family members, staff and the community.
The early symptoms of gynecological cancer can be difficult to detect. Learn what they are, and seven steps you can take to reduce your risk levels.
The hospital has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement Certification, a recognition "of all the hard work done by so many teams and individuals to provide excellence in patient care in regard to joint replacement surgery," said Northside's Dr. Kenneth J. Kress.
Northside Hospital Cancer Institute will host a six-week Built to Quit course, offering the American Lung Association Freedom From Smoking® program which helps participants learn the hazards of smoking and using tobacco products, the benefits of quitting, and strategies and skills to cope with urges.
MEN'S HEALTH MONTH: Learn about 5 different categories of health screenings that men should regularly undergo to preserve their long-term well-being.
ABECMA® is the fifth CAR T-cell therapy that the Immunotherapy Program at Northside Hospital Cancer Institute has made available patients, and "provides a much needed option" for patients with relapsed refractory multiple myeloma, according to Dr. Melhem M. Solh.
The new Head & Neck Program utilizes the latest in diagnostics, radiation therapy, surgery, systemic treatment and rehabilitation, as well as patient navigation, survivorship, disparities initiatives and clinical trials to treat patients with complex tumors of the oral cavity, larynx, salivary glands, thyroid and parathyroid glands, as well head and neck skin cancers and metastatic cancer to lymph nodes of the neck.
Northside Hospital Cancer Institute is offering a community prostate cancer screening, Thursday, June 17 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Northside Hospital Cancer Institute Radiation Oncology – Cherokee.
Drs. Allison Dupont, Mark E. Leimbach, J. Jeffrey Marshall, Mark A. Matthews, Pradyumna “Prad” Tummala, S. Steven Wang and Heather B. Westmoreland – among the original physician group who formed NCVI in June 2019 – will join the new clinic locations and once again see patients in the communities they previously served.
The focus of the Day will be on remembering the legacy of Gehrig and all those lost to the disease that bears his name, raising awareness and funds for research of ALS, and celebrating the groups and individuals who have led the pursuit for a cure.