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For six long years, Beulah “Boots” Sprague agonized over the decision to remove a cancerous mass on her one remaining kidney – until she spoke with Dr. Regan. Today, she remains pain-free and her only reminder of the laparoscopic surgery he performed is four little scars. Read More...


When Jeanette Cancryn came to Florida Hospital Flagler’s Emergency Department suffering from intense stomach pain, Dr. Peterson, one of only a handful of area surgeons with advanced certification in minimally invasive surgery, realized she needed a laparoscopic partial colon resection. Just five days later, Jeanette was back home. Read More...


When Keri Green moved to Flagler County six years ago, she became one of Dr. Brown’s regulars. And when she had severe abdominal pain, it was Dr. Brown who performed an ultrasound to determine the cause – an ovarian cyst. He performed minimally invasive outpatient surgery to remove the cyst and to get this stay-at-home Mom back home in time for a night with the boys. Read More... 


A blood test at Florida Hospital Flagler’s Emergency Department turned out to be a lifesaver for Dawn McGovern. And when Dr. Ndum diagnosed Dawn with acute leukemia, she put her life in his hands. He immediately began an aggressive program of treatment, yet he has always been there to provide compassion and comfort. Read More...


George and Janice Stey may be enjoying the retired life, but they sure have been keeping Dr. Bathaw, their orthopedic surgeon, busy. Since 2001, he has performed arthroscopic knee surgery, a knee replacement, two hip replacements and shoulder surgery for the Sea Colony couple. Read More...


Danielle doesn’t have to travel all the way up to Palm Coast to see a gynecologist – but she wouldn’t have it any other way. Read More...


Palm Coast resident William Slaughter has a major wake up call when he went to the Florida Hospital Flagler emergency room for what he thought was a kidney stone - and found it was actually both prostate and bladder cancer. Read More...


When local photographer Susan Hellman experienced a recurrence of breast cancer in 2007, she needed to look no further than her own back yard to find the ideal oncologist.   Read More...


 When a routine mammogram revealed a rupture in a breast implant, Jane Conn, began searching for a surgeon. Her physician’s referral led her to Dr. Cashio, who was able to see her the very same day. One week later, her reconstruction was complete, and Jane was back on track. Read More...


"When my friends and family see me today, they are amazed that just a few months ago, I was unable to move the entire right side of my body," said Terri Titus, a Palm Coast stroke survivor. Read More...