The Magazine of Medical City Healthcare
At Medical City Healthcare, we know how important it is for you to take care of your family’s health and safety — including your own. In the pages of Take Care, you’ll find inspiring patient stories, leading-edge wellness information, health tips, recipes and so much more.
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Take Care Fall 2018
Corinth Police Officer: Back on the Beat After Brain Surgery at Medical City Denton
Corinth Police Patrol Sergeant Chris Tepfer is grateful to be back on the beat after an unexpected brain surgery following a fall at home. He was successfully treated for an epidural hematoma at Medical City Denton’s Level II Trauma Center by neurosurgeon Akwasi Boah, MD. Watch the video to learn more about Officer Tepfer’s experience.
Pediatric ER at Medical City Frisco: Peace of Mind for Parents
Jackson Daneke was excited to celebrate turning 8 when a backyard fall and a badly broken arm unexpectedly canceled his birthday plans. Mom Amy rushed him to Medical City Frisco’s Pediatric ER, where Medical City Children’s Hospital pediatric orthopedic surgeon Shyam Kishan, MD, performed a closed surgery that pinned Jackson’s arm back together. Watch Jackson and his family talk about their pediatric ER experience in the video below.
You can also read about the Danekes on our LifeSigns blog.
The Height of Good Care at Medical City Arlington
Hiram Marin was volunteering at his church when he fell 14 feet off of a ladder propped against the roof. He went home, but three days later ended up in Medical City Arlington’s ER and Level III Trauma Center. When major damage to his neck was discovered, neurosurgeon Gregory Ward, MD, performed spinal surgery to repair his C6 vertebra and prevent him from possibly being paralyzed. Watch Hiram talk about his experience in the video below.
All About Concussions
New research has found that the number of kids who suffer from concussions are much higher than we thought. Read about the latest concussion research results and find out what you need to know about the signs of concussion on our LifeSigns blog.