April Baker used food to mask the pain she suffered from a spinal cord injury. She was going down an unhealthy path until she decided to go to Virtua’s Center for Weight Management. Through one-on-one counseling, she learned six important nutrition tips that helped her lose weight and keep it off.
Megan was excited to be a new mom, but she struggled to adjust to the unpredictable nature of a newborn. In the following video, she shares her story so that other new moms can find support.
As a new mother, Marilyn often felt alone. Her newborn seemed to make it impossible to make plans to do even the simplest things. In the following video, Marilyn shares her story of finding support to overcome the baby blues.
Nobody wants to be rushed to a hospital, especially during the Thanksgiving holiday. But Vicky Olson had no choice as a bacterial infection was causing her severe pain. She received excellent care at Virtua Berlin’s ER and a relaxing experience that left her and her family forever thankful.
Thirteen-year-old Samantha used to hate getting blood drawn to monitor her Cushing’s disease treatment. Then her mom found the pediatric blood draw program at Virtua Voorhees and Judy Topper. Watch Samantha’s story go from pain to happiness.
So often, stories of breast cancer survivors are told after a woman’s journey is complete. But Judy Stokes shared her story just days before a double mastectomy at Virtua, staring cancer in the face, and hopeful for a future free of the disease.
Galen Godbey, PhD, teaches his Management students to provide a “wow factor" for their customers. The professor now has a real-life example he can relay to his students following his “wow” experience at the Virtua Joint Replacement Institute.
When Alex, age 2, needed medical attetion for a troubling cough and high fever, his parents took him to Virtua Memorial Pediatric Pavilion, which offers dedicated pediatric emergency services.
Mary Ann DeHaven pens a three-part letter, thanking the individuals at Virtua Voorhees Hospital for her successful hysterectomy and gall bladder surgeries, as well as the birth of her granddaughter - all three events taking place within four weeks.
Jillian Gresko didn’t know what to expect from Virtua Voorhees Hospital when she went there to have her baby delivered. Afterwards, she compared her stay to a high-end hotel, where all her needs – and a healthy little girl – were met.
Virtua Fox Chase Cancer staff make a breast cancer patient's fears and trepidations turn into "peace and confidence" during seven weeks of radiation therapy.
When four-year-old Lisa Wick's oxygen level was low, she was rushed to Virtua Memorial's Pediatric Pavilion, where she received excellent care and had some fun during her visit.
Susan Eley had a normal pregnancy. But when it came time to deliver her son, Samuel, she developed a life-threatening condition. Doctors had to react quickly to save her and her baby.
When little Stella's health took a turn for the worse, Virtua saved her life and soothed her family. A dramatic and uplifting story of a brave little girl and her experience in Virtua's Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
Gregory and Katrina Dodson were ecstatic with the compassionate care they received at Virtua Voorhees Hospital during the birth of their child. From check-in to discharge - and even during food service - they compared their experience to a stay at a hotel.
Ken Tuman, like many other married men, never made his own doctor appointments. So when the time came to schedule his own, he didn’t know where to turn. That’s when he saw the advertisement for Virtua’s Personal Health Navigation Service.
When Matt and Alicia Graf found out they were expecting, they never expected Alicia's life would be threatened. Thanks to the quick actions of Virtua's doctors and nurses, Alicia is here to share her story.
Eric Agren’s head was spinning with details about how to prepare for his upcoming total joint replacement surgery. When the phone rang, and a Virtua patient navigator introduced herself and explained how she would guide him through the process, his anxiety immediately began to fade.
Luke Worrell was born at 24 weeks and weighed 1 pound, 8 ounces. Thanks to the care he received at Virtua Voorhees' NICU, he is now a happy, healthy 3-year-old boy.
Heidi Williams is happy that Virtua's therapists - as part of New Jersey's Early Intervention Program - are in her family's life. With their help, her son Jerome is doing things she never thought he'd do. Listen as Heidi shares her story.
Charlie Lindemoen was born at 26 weeks and weighed 1 pound, 1 ounce. Charlie's mother, Jodi, believes the NICU staff saved Charlie’s life. After several weeks of being home, Charlie is doing well.
Cancer survivor Linda Xerri shares her story of diagnosis, treatment and beyond. Listen to her story of triumph over stage four ovarian cancer with the help of Randy Deger, MD, a Virtua board-certified gynecologic oncologist.
After a series of heart problems, Joe's cardiologist recommended that he go to Virtua's Health and Wellness Center in Washington Township for cardiac rehab. Thanks to Virtua, Joe's heart is strong and he is able to play the music he loves so dearly.
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