Baylor Health Care System Recruiting

Baylor Health Care System Recruiting

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  • Paola Gerber: Baylor reduced my risk for breast cancer. (Plano 30)

    Paola Gerber didn't have breast cancer, but genetic testing revealed high likelihood that she would in years to come. According to her doctors, the best way to prevent it would be a double mastectomy. "It was really scary," she recalls, "but it was the right decision." Paola recovered quickly, and her risk of breast cancer went from 87% to 5%. "I'm representing my country in a beauty contest, so I...

  • Paola Gerber: Baylor reduced my risk for breast cancer. Plano

    Paola Gerber didn't have breast cancer, but genetic testing revealed high likelihood that she would in years to come. According to her doctors, the best way to prevent it would be a double mastectomy. "It was really scary," she recalls, "but it was the right decision." Paola recovered quickly, and her risk of breast cancer went from 87% to 5%. "I'm representing my country in a beauty contest, so I...

  • Pamela Blaylock: After scoliosis surgery, I stand nice and straight. Plano

    Pamela Blaylock has a waistline for the first time in her life thanks to a three-part surgery to correct her spinal curvature performed at the Baylor Scoliosis Center at Baylor Regional Medical Center at Plano. Diagnosed at age 11, Blaylock had lived with her spine in a fully developed S curve most of her life. She was given no hope for a treatment. When her curve started compressing her lungs and...

  • Lisa Raskin: Scoliosis surgery was a life-changing experience. (Plano 15)

    When back pain made it difficult for Lisa Raskin to stand up straight in the morning, she knew something was wrong. At the Baylor Scoliosis Center, she was diagnosed with a 70-degree curve in her spine. Surgeons on the medical staff performed a complex surgical procedure in which rods were inserted to straighten her spine. The surgery relieved her pain and increased her mobility. "Baylor was extra...

  • Lisa Raskin: Scoliosis surgery was a life-changing experience. Plano

    When back pain made it difficult for Lisa Raskin to stand up straight in the morning, she knew something was wrong. At the Baylor Scoliosis Center, she was diagnosed with a 70-degree curve in her spine. Surgeons on the medical staff performed a complex surgical procedure in which rods were inserted to straighten her spine. The surgery relieved her pain and increased her mobility. "Baylor was extra...

  • Jamie Taylor: After knee surgery, I feel 10 years younger. (Plano Short Video)

    As a detention officer at a county jail, Jamie Taylor is periodically required to run and get down on the ground. But chronic knee pain from years of sports-related injuries made it difficult to do her job. At her local Baylor Medical Center, Jamie underwent arthroscopic surgery on her right knee followed by the same procedure on her left knee two weeks later. She then participated in intensive ph...

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  • DHWI Chef Cookoff 2017

    Savor the flavor of competition for an afternoon of food, fun, health and wellness. The DHWI Chef Cookoff is a great way to learn about the Diabetes Health And Wellness Institute - Dallas and make a lasting impact on the lives of those living with diabetes. The 2017 DHWI Chef Cookoff is on April 13th from 2-6pm at Trinity Groves.

  • McLane Children's 'Better When I'm Dancin' Music Video

    Staff and patients at Baylor Scott & White McLane Children's show how dancing makes them feel 'better' in this fun music video to "Better When I'm Dancin" by Meghan Trainor.

  • Jessica Koster: ACL surgery one season, volleyball conference records the next.

    College athlete Jessica Koster was no stranger to ACL tears. "The first one happened in high school. It took a really long time to recover." This time, Jessica wanted a speedier recovery. Her trainer recommended Baylor Scott & White Health. "My surgeon was great. He cared about me and my goals." The two discussed treatment options, opting for a cadaver graft. After a short recovery and several mon...

  • Jamie Taylor: After knee surgery, I feel 10 years younger. Plano

    As a detention officer at a county jail, Jamie Taylor is periodically required to run and get down on the ground. But chronic knee pain from years of sports-related injuries made it difficult to do her job. At her local Baylor Medical Center, Jamie underwent arthroscopic surgery on her right knee followed by the same procedure on her left knee two weeks later. She then participated in intensive ph...

  • Megan Holt: Breathing easy after my double lung transplant. (BACHCST)

    Diagnosed with cystic fibrosis as an infant, Megan Holt didn't experience breathing problems until years later. "I went from coaching my daughter's sports to sitting on the sidelines." When one lung stopped functioning, her pulmonologist recommended a transplant evaluation. "I had several options, but I chose Baylor Scott & White Health for its lung transplant expertise and success rate." Thanks t...

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  • John Edmonson: Colon cancer's tough. Baylor Scott & White Health is tougher.

    John Edmonson's battle with colon cancer taught him the importance of getting checked. "I was scheduled for a colonoscopy at 50, but I backed out," he admits. Four years passed before he had the test. "If I'd gone the first time, they might have found polyps, instead of a tumor," says John. Because the cancer had spread into his liver, two surgeons teamed up for a five-hour procedure. "I think Bay...

  • RN Career Opportunities: Baylor Scott & White – McLane Children’s

    Baylor Scott & White – McLane Children’s Hospital is a 112 bed children’s hospital in Temple, Texas.  The facility is comprised of 48 private medical/surgical rooms and 16 private Pediatric ICU rooms.  In addition, there are 48 Neonatal ICU beds (located within Baylor Scott & White Memorial Hospital —Temple).  McLane Children’s is a Level II Pediatric Trauma Center offering a 24-hour pediatric eme...

  • “Baylor Scott & White vs. Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. The winner? Me." (BHVH)

    Bobby Bridges didn't know he had cardiomyopathy (a thickening of the heart wall that obstructs blood flow) until his heart stopped while driving. "Luckily, the steering wheel hit my chest, and my heart began beating again." His cardiologist referred him to Baylor Scott & White Health for treatment. "They used a technique called ablation to kill off excess heart tissue." Bobby opted to stay awake d...

  • “Baylor Scott & White vs. Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. The winner? Me."

    Bobby Bridges didn't know he had cardiomyopathy (a thickening of the heart wall that obstructs blood flow) until his heart stopped while driving. "Luckily, the steering wheel hit my chest, and my heart began beating again." His cardiologist referred him to Baylor Scott & White Health for treatment. "They used a technique called ablation to kill off excess heart tissue." Bobby opted to stay awake d...

  • Guy Bell: Baylor Scott & White Health was my second opinion but first choice for spine surgery.

    Guy Bell knew he had to do something about his back, but he wasn't ready to give up cattle roping. "I had two vertebrae that were causing a lot of nerve pain." A surgeon near his West Texas home suggested a fusion procedure that would end his days in the saddle. That's when he turned to Baylor Scott & White. "I asked the orthopedic surgeon for an alternative to spinal fusion, and he came up with ...

  • RN Career Opportunities: Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Hillcrest

    Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Hillcrest is a 274 bed acute care hospital in Waco, Texas. Many health care advancements in Waco – such as our major Level II Trauma Center, our Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Aquilion 64-slice CT scanner – are only found at Baylor Scott & White – Hillcrest. Continuous improvement in every area of service is one of our core values. Be part of ou...

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  • Marathon Prep Tips For The Morning of Your Run

    Boone Barrow, MD, a primary care and sports medicine physician on the medical staff at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – College Station shares "morning-of" tips to help you prepare for running a marathon.

  • Wendy Bevel: Disc surgery put an end to months of agony.

    For months, Wendy Bevel lived with pain. “It felt like a knife in my neck and the pain would shoot down my arm.” Eventually, it took over her life. “Even washing my hair and driving were painful.” Wendy turned to her internist, who referred her to Baylor Scott & White Health. “My neurosurgeon was able to identify the source of my pain.” Together, they settled on a surgical treatment plan to addres...

  • Allison Hubbard: With breast cancer in my family, I wanted Baylor by my side.

    Allison Hubbard's mother and sister both had breast cancer. "It made me vigilant about getting my yearly mammograms." Her vigilance paid off when a suspicious spot turned out to be an aggressive form of cancer. "If I had waited, the prognosis might have been much worse." Allison chose Baylor Scott & White Health for her treatment, opting for a double mastectomy to minimize the chance of her cancer...

  • Marathon Running Tips: Ease Aching Muscles

    Boone Barrow, MD, a primary care and sports medicine physician at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – College Station, shares some tips to help you prepare for your first marathon.

  • Marathon Preparation Tips for Running Your First Marathon

    Boone Barrow, MD, a family medicine physician at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – College Station, shares some tips to help you prepare for your first marathon.

  • Colorado Tri-athlete Receives Life-Saving Heart Surgery at Baylor Dallas

    Ablation for atrial flutter, valve replacement for congenital bicuspid valve and ascending aortic aneurysm repair restores athletic lifestyle in Colorado patient. For more information, visit http://baylorhearthospital.com.

  • Craig Watson: I learned to control my diabetes without medication.

    When Craig Watson was first diagnosed with diabetes, his physician prescribed medication, and signed Craig up for the Baylor Scott & White Health diabetes education program. "I learned the lifestyle changes I needed to make and set a goal of getting off medication within nine months." Then he dusted off his unused gym membership and started eating right. "I lost 65 pounds and beat my goal by four ...

  • Inga Jenkins: I found partners for my fight against kidney failure.

    Swelling and fatigue sent Inga Jenkins looking for answers. When tests indicated kidney problems, she saw a specialist. "He didn't clear up my questions, so I wanted a second opinion." A coworker recommended Baylor Scott & White Health, where Inga was diagnosed with chronic kidney failure. Her treatment included dialysis, first at home, then at a Baylor Scott & White dialysis center, where she for...

  • Linda Lee: After my heart attack, cardiac rehab made me feel safe.

    The last thing Linda Lee expected was a heart attack, but when chest pains struck, her husband drove her to the ER at her local Baylor Scott & White Medical Center, just in case. “They immediately started working on me.” Tests confirmed a massive heart attack, and Linda was admitted to the hospital. A week later, she went home, opting against cardiac rehab. “I thought I could do it myself, but I w...

  • Lamar Seels: No one thought I'd play football again after my knee injury.

    The first home game of Lamar Seels's junior year could have been his last, after a teammate landed on his knee. "My leg snapped and folded over." The doctors who rushed onto the field couldn't find a pulse in Lamar's leg. "They took me by ambulance to the Baylor Scott & White ER." MRIs and x-rays showed serious injuries. "My knee was dislocated and all but one ligament was torn. Looked like I'd ne...

  • James Chippendale: Cancer bit the dust.

    James Chippendale was diagnosed with a very aggressive form of leukemia. "Until that moment I'd never been sick a day in my life," he says. James was determined to get the best medical team and treatment plan. "I found out that the best hospital for my disease was right in my own back yard," he says. After receiving a life-saving bone marrow transplant at Baylor, he says, "There isn't a day that g...

  • Craig Watson: I learned to control my diabetes without medication. (:30)

    When Craig Watson was first diagnosed with diabetes, his physician prescribed medication, and signed Craig up for the Baylor Scott & White Health diabetes education program. "I learned the lifestyle changes I needed to make and set a goal of getting off medication within nine months." Then he dusted off his unused gym membership and started eating right. "I lost 65 pounds and beat my goal by four ...

  • Derrick Collins: Baylor's wound center saved me from losing my foot.

    Diabetic neuropathy caused Derrick Collins to lose sensation in his feet. He was unaware a small blister had turned into an ulcer the size of the palm of his hand. When the ulcer would not heal, Derrick was at risk of having his foot amputated and turned to Baylor for comprehensive wound care. Derrick underwent hyperbaric oxygen therapy to promote healing. He then wore a total contact cast, which ...

  • Crystal Nerio: My digestive problem was no problem for Baylor.

    Crystal Nerio, 29, experienced nausea so severe she was unable to eat. Feeling something was wrong, she went to the emergency room at her local Baylor Medical Center. Tests showed a build up in her gallbladder causing problems with her pancreas. She underwent surgery to remove her gallbladder, which had attached itself to her liver, and reposition her stomach. Crystal then worked with a dietitian ...

  • Beatrice Williams: Thanks to my double lung transplant, I can breathe again.

    As her pulmonary fibrosis progressed, Beatrice Williams struggled to breathe. Walking and talking became difficult. “I needed an oxygen tank all the time.” Eventually, the oxygen was no longer helpful. That’s when her doctor recommended a double lung transplant. “I was on the transplant list about six months when I got the call.” Beatrice and her family headed to her nearest Baylor Scott & White H...

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  • Bonnie Latham: Everything I needed to beat breast cancer, all in one place.

    Bonnie Latham’s checkup took a surprising turn when the doctor found a suspicious lump on the 30-year-old mother’s breast. “The biopsy confirmed it was cancer.” Suddenly, the Baylor Scott & White Health facility she knew and loved as her baby’s birthplace became the venue for another kind of journey. “From diagnosis through mastectomy, chemo and reconstruction, they were there every step of the wa...

  • Richard Latin: Prostate cancer at 40. Cancer-free at 42.

    http://www.BaylorScottandWhite.com - Everyone thinks it’s an old man’s disease,” says Richard Latin. “I was diagnosed with prostate cancer at age 40. I was stunned.” Richard knew that even if he survived, there was a chance he’d be infertile, incontinent or impotent. His decision was to trust Baylor. “I knew Baylor was a great hospital,” he says. At Baylor, his cancer was completely removed with r...

  • Gary Derheim: My new hip got me back in the race.

    http://www.BaylorScottandWhite.com/Ortho - “I’d never want to consider a life without activity,” says avid runner and biker Gary Derheim. But a hip fracture nearly brought his sport to a screeching halt. At Baylor, Gary was treated with an advanced, new procedure called hip resurfacing. “Before the procedure,” he says, “they spent a lot of time talking to me about options, what was important to me...

  • Aaron Wiley: My wife gave me a kidney for Valentine's Day.

    http://www.BaylorScottandWhite.com/Transplant - When Aaron Wiley was diagnosed with chronic kidney failure, he had few options. "I could do dialysis at a hospital, do dialysis at home or do nothing and probably die," he says. At Baylor, Aaron learned that he was a candidate for a transplant. "My wife and I decided it was time to make a change-she became a donor." After the transplant, Aaron says, ...

  • Jan Reinhart: Baylor Scott & White stopped my stroke before it had time to do damage.

    http://www.BaylorScottandWhite.com - Jan Reinhart was relaxing watching TV with her brother, when she began to experience a seizure. Rushed to the ER at at her local Baylor Scott & White medical center, Jan was linked through advanced telemedicine technology to a specialist from the Stroke Telemedicine program. He quickly diagnosed her stroke, and she received urgent, life saving treatment. “He wa...

  • Jane Armstrong: A wearable defibrillator kept my heart beating until surgery.

    http://www.BaylorScottandWhite.com - As a professional rodeo barrel racer, Jane Armstrong considered herself pretty tough. But when she needed open-heart surgery, she knew better than to take risks. Specialists at her local Baylor Scott & White Medical Center had Jane wear a “life vest” – a wearable defibrillator – to prevent any life-threatening arrhythmias prior to surgery. That life vest saved ...

  • Danielle Dennis: With Baylor, cancer didn’t stand a chance.

    http://www.BaylorScottandWhite.com - “It was a huge surprise,” said Danielle Dennis. “I had some pain in my belly, and it turned out to be ovarian cancer. At Baylor, Danielle’s surgeon explained her treatment options, which included participating in a clinical trial for a new drug. Now her cancer’s in remission, and she’s giving back by raising money for cancer research through community garage sa...

  • Michael Strawn: I had Crohn's. Baylor Scott & White had compassion.

    http://www.BaylorScottandWhite.com/Digestive - Michael Strawn knew all too well how debilitating Crohn's disease is. "You never know when you'll suddenly have to find a restroom. Just being able to talk about it is hard," he says. But Baylor made Michael feel comfortable. "They understood what people were going through," he says. At Baylor, Michael received infusions of anti-inflammatory medicine....

  • Rachel Caver: Our twins arrived 10 weeks early. Baylor Scott & White was ready.

    http://www.BaylorScottandWhite.com - “When we found out we were having twins, we were ecstatic,” Rachel Caver says. But 10 weeks before they were due she went into labor. Weighing less than four pounds, her babies stayed at their local Baylor Scott & White Medical Center neonatal intensive care unit. The NICU nurses put Rachel and her husband Chris at ease. “They were very protective – and very ca...

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  • Rebecca Alcozer: Cancer was tough. Baylor Scott & White was tougher.

    http://www.BaylorScottandWhite.com - For Rebecca Alcozer, finding out she had breast cancer was like a punch to the gut. “It really hit me hard,” she said. “But I decided to fight back.” At Baylor, Rebecca had a whole team of specialists in her corner. After surgery and chemotherapy, she’s back to her favorite activities. Now with cancer behind her, she feels more empowered than ever. As she says,...

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