Innovations in Primary Care
Over the past two years, innovations in healthcare have provided the best access to care that patients have needed. Dr. Bairava Kuppuswamy, Chief Medical Information Officer for WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center says it has opened up accessibility and improved quality in terms of care, such as scheduling appointments, access to test results and historical data, and to hold virtual appointments, all at a patient’s leisure.
Physicians communicating with each other has made patient care even better. They can communicate with each other to order different tests or access a patient’s charts, so the patient doesn’t have to re-explain the reason for their visit.
Time is Brain When it Comes to Stroke Health
Managing Lung Disease
How to Combat and Prevent Kidney Disease
Colon Cancer Screenings Save Lives
Time is Muscle
Taking Measures to Prevent Heart Disease
It is Never Too Late
The Journey to Self-Care
Geoffrey Cousins, MD, FACS Virtual Cardio Event Presentation about heart health, our cardiovascular services, and why you should trust your heart to our award-winning cardiac team.
We love our Partners in Education – Jefferson Elementary!
Members of the WVU Medicine Camden Clark Heart and Stroke Team brought heart attack and stroke awareness to Jefferson Elementary. They passed out Heart Hero bags and presented about the anatomy of the heart, the importance of “BE FAST” and “ACT NOW” and learning about blood pressure, CPR and the Zoll Autopulse (automatic CPR machine).Special thanks to Warren Township Volunteer Fire Department for being present so the kids could see the ambulance and show the group the Autopulse machine.