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The Meaning of Care Magazine: Read the Winter 2018 Issue

Enjoy stories of Methodist's outstanding care and medical innovation in The Meaning of Care magazine. This winter 2018 issue focuses on new technology and clinical trials enhancing cancer care and treatment, the outstanding achievements being made through aquatic therapy and a new program fulfilling the needs of geriatric patients seeking emergency treatment at Methodist.  

Included in the Winter 2018 issue:

  • Aquatic Therapy Offers a 'Weightless' Approach to One Heavy Diagnosis

  • Emerging Technology and Clinical Trials Help Find and Fight Cancer

  • Tackling Unique Challenges

  • Showing They CARE!

The magazine, produced by the Methodist Health System Marketing Department, was just released and will soon be distributed at all Methodist affiliates.

To read the Summer 2018 issue, click HERE.

Visit the home page for The Meaning of Care magazine on Bestcare Today
 

Watch the Videos, See More Stories 

Aquatic Therapy Offers a 'Weightless' Approach to One Heavy Diagnosis

"The amount of improvement over just a couple weeks in the pool was astounding," according to Mike. This warm water therapy is fueling his, and others' progress. For the video, click HERERead the online story here.

Clinical Trial Maps Sentinel Lymph Nodes

A potentially life-saving clinical trial is bringing a new approach to stopping endometrial cancers while sparing lymph nodes. In this case, a green dye may light the way for surgical oncologists. For the video, click HERERead the online story here.

Bonus online only story: Patient Benefits of I-125 Seed Use for Breast Cancer.

Emergency Room Program Tackles Older Patients' Unique Needs

With specially-trained emergency room nurses, the focus is on helping the older adult - and the family - get and stay well. Read the online story here.

Bonus online only story: When older adults become patients, special services provide unique care - focused on getting and keeping them well.