Lauren Matthews, MD, Lexington Pediatrics, sat down with WLTX' Queen Johnson to discuss how a recent grant is helping our physicians detect warning signs of suicide - in her case, in adolescent patients.
Whether you call it telehealth, telemedicine or a virtual visit, seeing a doctor through a computer screen has become more popular than ever. Dawndy Mercer-Plank with WIS recently interviewed Todd Crump, MD, with Lexington Medical Center Urgent Care about how this technology has changed healthcare.
For patients' convenience, our Urgent Care locations now offer video visits for many conditions. Urgent Care physician Langston Powell, MD, recently sat down with WLTX's Queen Johnson to share details on what conditions can be treated and how to access video care.
At the beginning of the pandemic, most routine health care visits were cancelled to preserve health care supplies and limit the spread of coronavirus. But what’s the downside to putting off routine health care?
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