Cardiac resynchronization defibrillator successfully implanted into patient

The FDA recently approved a new cardiac resynchronization defibrillator that allows patients to undergo full-body magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans. Reynolds Memorial Hospital is the first hospital in the nation, not just the Ohio Valley, to successfully implant BIOTRONIK’s Iperia ProMRI HF-T device into a patient. [...]

How to prevent skin cancer

Skin cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal skin cells and occurs when unrepaired DNA damage to skin cells triggers mutations or genetic defects that lead the skin cells to multiple rapidly and form malignant tumors. [...]

Pet therapy program introduced at Reynolds Memorial Hospital

The Skilled Nursing Unit at Reynolds Memorial Hospital is proud to announce the addition of a new pet therapy program aimed at providing patients and employees with the proven benefits of interaction with a therapy animal. [...]

BreakThru and how it works

By David Hess, MD, CEO of Reynolds Memorial Hospital [...]

Copays: Reynolds Rapid Care vs. Urgent Care

Copays. They’re unavoidable and sometimes a very costly part of any primary care physician, specialist, emergency room, or urgent care facility visit. [...]

Hernias: Types, risk factors, and treatment

A hernia is when an organ protrudes through the wall of the cavity where it normally resides. If you feel or know you have a hernia, consult your primary care physician immediately. Your primary care physician can refer you to a general surgeon, such as Dr. Hany Tadros in the Marshall County Professional Building, for immediate attention. [...]

Colonoscopy testing available at Reynolds Memorial Hospital

A colonoscopy is one of the best colorectal cancer screening tests available. [...]

Gallbladder disease? Come to Reynolds Memorial Hospital

Gallbladder disease affects more than 20 million people across the United States. If you experience sharp stabbing pains in the abdomen, nausea, vomiting, fever and chills, you may be one of the one million people who will be diagnosed with gallbladder disease this year. [...]