The birth of a baby is special, and with each birth comes unique experiences. Shannon and Scott Baldwin of Mt. Pleasant discovered this first hand. The couple already had knowledge of what to expect from the experience with their first child, Landon, but the arrival of their second son, Noah, had some differences.
In the midst of adversity, often times a silver lining can be found. Just ask Lorraine Anderson of Mt. Union who considers Henry County Health Center her silver lining. At a time in her life when she physically felt the worst, she could count on the medical professionals at HCHC to provide her with the best care.
When a stroke occurs, seconds count. Immediate treatment may minimize the long-term effects of a stroke and prevent death. Therefore, having emergency medical care close to home can make a significant difference on the outcome for a stroke patient.
Mt. Pleasant resident Carol McCulley learned this first hand. When making breakfast one morning, she felt she was going to pass out. Her head hurt, her vision was impaired, and she couldn’t move her arm or fingers.
Sometimes it’s the simple things in life that are taken for granted. Going up and down stairs, walking the dog, playing with grandkids, and moving around the grocery store may seem easy. But for Hillsboro resident Kay Lyon, these activities were anything but easy.
Imagine a healthcare experience that is beyond satisfactory, an experience where every interaction is positive with care that surpasses expectations. For Swedesburg resident Emily Kann, this was her patient experience at Henry County Health Center.
After having a shoulder arthroscopy at HCHC to fix a labral tear, Carman Davis of Wayland gives glowing recommendations for Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Joseph Tansey, the Surgery Department, and HCHC as a whole.
“I had a wonderful experience with Dr. Tansey! He took the time to explain to me what was wrong with my shoulder. He was beyond caring, treating me with the utmost care and compassion,” said Davis.