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Everyone knows that you should lower your cholesterol. But for some, that can be nearly impossible. Kenneth Hilty, MD, FACC, FACP, and patient Belinda Blake share Blake's struggle with high cholesterol and how she found health and hope at Cone Health Medical Group HeartCare’s lipid clinic. Aubrey Burklin, RD, continues the conversation by sharing tips for healthy eating to manage your cholesterol.
Jessie Meador grew up dealing with diabetes, managing the many ways it can impact your health. Today, Jessie works to lessen the impact of diabetes on the lives of others. Claire Dillingham, DO, continues the conversation about diabetes by discussing the best practices for diabetic wound care.
Postpartum depression affects nearly 1 in 5 women, but it can be difficult to talk about. Melinda Eury shares her journey with postpartum depression to start the conversation.
Timothy Finnegan, MD, helps one inspiring patient share her cancer journey. Tina Hinshaw used to work designing breast cancer centers. Today, she is on the other side of treatment as a breast cancer patient herself. Learn more about how new advancements in treatment are helping breast cancer patients like Tina have hope. David Williams, MD, continues the conversation about breast cancer by discussing the importance of mammograms, what it means to have dense breast tissue and when you should begin screenings.
Murali Ramaswamy, MD, and patient Fred Haley share Haley’s inspiring story. When Haley was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis, there were limited treatments and no hope. But Fred chose Cone Health for his care and was soon enrolled in clinical trials. Today, Fred has beaten the odds thanks in part to the treatments he helped pioneer. Joel Gallagher, MD, continues the discussion on lung health by sharing tips for managing asthma.
Dry Needling helped relieve the chronic pain Kizzie Person had left over from a mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
Eddie Taylor received help for his Parkinson's Disease from therapy specialists at Cone Health.
Cone Health Patient Assistance Fund helps a patient in heart failure afford her utility bills and mortgage while she awaits a transplant.
LaQuenta McGhee-Rawls experienced three hospitalizations in the last two months – only one of which was for her baby girl’s actual arrival. Although coronavirus added challenges to her experience, LaQuenta says "the comfort and care [her care team] offered kept me going.”
Healthier communities — that’s what we’re aiming for at Cone Health. Our people, our innovations and our deep commitment to the community all work together to transform the health of our communities in new ways. Where do you want to make your impact?
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Philanthropy can make great things happen for our health system and for our communities. Our giving values reflect ways that we, and you, can make a tremendous impact.
Serving patients in the communities where they live. Connecting patients and care providers in new ways.
Funding the innovations that keep Cone Health and our patients at the forefront of excellent care.
Helping patients afford the treatments they need to fight disease and be well. Supporting patients as they come to terms with a diagnosis.