Heather Scudder, RN, Receives DAISY Award

Posted on May 1, 2019

Today The DAISY Award was presented to Heather Scudder, RN, on our orthopedic floor at Parkwest Medical Center. Heather was nominated by a patient. 


Giving Thanks for Neck Surgery

Posted on February 6, 2019

Angela Schubert had avoided surgery long enough. The pain in her neck and the tingling and spasms in her arms had made her miserable for almost a year. 


Parkwest surgeons combine skill with technology for knee replacement

Posted on April 11, 2018

The incredibly precise nature of a new robotic-assisted knee replacement procedure is being matched by fellowship-trained surgeons who are precise in every undertaking. 


Patient on the move after robotic-assisted knee replacement

Posted on April 4, 2018

With a cruise in April and lots of gardening to do in the summer, Judith Valentini is set for living life to the fullest again after a successful robotic-assisted knee replacement. 


Surgeon has solution for ‘irreparable’ injury

Posted on November 29, 2017

Today, after a technically-challenging rotator cuff surgery by Dr. Paul Brady at Parkwest Medical Center, Karl Saulpaw’s shoulder has no pain and full range of motion.  


What a Relief

Posted on July 5, 2017

The source of Larry Britton’s suffering was cervical myelopathy. Dr. Madigan recommended a surgical procedure at Parkwest Medical Center to help ease the pain. 


Powell woman finds surgeon is ‘straight shooter’

Posted on May 3, 2017

Powell woman finds surgeon is ‘straight shooter’ 


Parkwest’s Care and Surgical Expertise Aid in Injury Recovery for Soccer-Playing Math Teacher

Posted on April 12, 2017

Parkwest’s Care and Surgical Expertise Add Up to Recovery for Soccer-Playing Math Teacher 


Hips to Hoops-Dad’s still in the game after MS leads to hip surgery

Posted on March 23, 2017

Kendrick Tate picks up a basketball, slowly dribbles his way to the far side of the court just beyond the three-point circle. In one smooth, arching flick of the wrist, the ball strips the net. Whoosh! They have the court all to themselves this afternoon as Tate, a 41-year-old single father of three, teaches his 


Furnace Worker Fires Back with Spine Surgery

Posted on March 23, 2017

Like any working guy who has just been told he needs spinal surgery, Tommy Rogers’ first thoughts were about his job. “My big concern was the length of recovery,” said Rogers, a 47-year-old furnace tender at the Alcoa aluminum plant now known as Arconic. “I was thinking house payments and bills. I thought I was