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On April 15, 1998, Linda Good was the first patient to undergo heart bypass surgery at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Her surgery was performed by CRMC’s first heart surgeon, David Wyatt, M.D. Looking back today, she says, “I was really Read the Full Story...
Partial Knee Replacement Patient Says Outpatient Rehab Got Her Moving...
Roxine Langdon of Sparta injured her knee when she fell out of her pickup truck on a shopping trip to Chattanooga. When the pain wouldn’t go away, she thought she had probably injured something, so she made an appointment with orthopedic surgeon Dr Read the Full Story...
Crossville Attorney Now Finally Free of Pain After Spinal Surgery
In January 2014, Crossville attorney Ivy Gardner had only been in practice for four months when four of her lumbar snapped, rendering both of her legs numb and placing her in a tremendous amount of pain. “I was doing my regular routine one morning Read the Full Story...
Lura Hawkins
Annual Mammogram Catches Invasive Tumor Early, Helping Cookeville Teacher...
In the fall of 2013, Lura Hawkins, a math teacher at Avery Trace Middle School in Cookeville, had just had her annual mammogram at The Women’s Center at Cookeville Regional when she got a call back the next day telling her there was something there Read the Full Story...
Screening Caught Her Colon Cancer in Earliest Stage
TERRI JAEGER OF COOKEVILLE knows the value of cancer screenings. When she noticed pain in her abdomen and blood in her stool, she asked her nurse practitioner to make a referral for a colonoscopy, which she had done at Cookeville Regional. “Two days Read the Full Story...
CRMC, CRH and Paramedics Work Together to Help Celina Heart Patient
Shannon Boles, the city recorder for Celina, Tennessee, was delivering the park patrol report to the dam resource office one day in July when she says she felt like she had been hit in the back of the head. “After that, the pain went down into both Read the Full Story...