The Fellows of Scott & White Clinic is the highest honor given to individuals who exemplify service, dedication and generosity to the healthcare system. Kermit Knudsen, MD, is one of three Central Texans inducted into the charter class.
Twenty-five is a lucky number for Tracy Barnett, of Giddings, Texas. Last year, he celebrated his 25th birthday. He also got the news of a lifetime on September 25, when a pair of lungs became available to relieve the young man of a debilitating disease he had battled his entire life.
In 2008 Mrs. Lisa Mitchell was diagnosed with early-stage kidney failure. That was when she contacted the office of Gregory Jaffers, MD, director of the Division of Transplant Surgery at Scott & White Healthcare. Dr. Jaffers explained to Mrs. Mitchell that she would benefit from a dual transplant both a new pair of kidneys and a new pancreas.
Feet aren't glamorous, but they sure are important. For people with chronic diseases or injuries, feet often reflect how well patients are doing; they can also reveal whether complications have developed. So Rosa Garza's mission is to get her patients back on their feet and then keep them there.
The Hurd Regional Medical Center Scott & White will give residents of the Hill Country and Highland Lakes region easier access to Scott & White's healthcare expertise. Outstanding community support in the form of time and treasure, and Scott & White's commitment to the region, have been instrumental in reaching the goal to care for more patients near their homes.
A 25-year footprint in College Station expands with a new medical campus. Just in time to meet the needs of everyone from students to seniors.