For someone facing a diagnosis of cancer, worrying about heart health may not seem like an immediate priority. Ever since the introduction of chemotherapy, however, doctors have known certain cancer treatments can cause cardiac issues.
Respect from one’s peers is one of the highest accolades. So, when Mark Mandell-Brown, M.D., was nominated to become president of the world’s largest cosmetic surgery society, it was quite an honor for one of Cincinnati’s top cosmetic surgeons.
A cancer diagnosis or inopportune timing don’t have to prevent a person from having children. Through egg freezing, UC Health’s reproductive endocrinology and infertility specialists can help preserve fertility and patients’ dreams of a family with kids.
Adults suffering simultaneously from one or more mental health conditions and, at the same time, independently of an additional mental health disorder or addiction may very well benefit from psychiatric evaluation, cognitive therapy, medication adjustments, compliance support, detoxification, or
treatment initiation to prepare for the next level of help. But struggles with mental health and addiction issues can be so complex that typical acute inpatient and outpatient treatment options often can’t get to the root of the issues.
Sometimes it’s amazing to consider just what a difference bricks and mortar, steel and glass will let you accomplish. In the case of the new St. Elizabeth Cancer Center, the six-story, $130 million building will be ground zero for the fight against what Northern Kentucky doctors call “a scourge on our population.”
A Mayfield Brain & Spine neurosurgeon is the first surgeon in the eastern United States to perform a new targeted-radiation therapy procedure designed to delay brain tumor recurrence.
Dr. Daniel Kuy arrived 17 years ago from Switzerland with extensive surgical training, a thriving plastics practice with focus on facial rejuvenation (which still operates today) and a plan to join a well-established facial plastic surgeon in Cincinnati. Kuy brought something special to Cinc…
In 1945, Morris Osher founded one of Americas leading ophthalmology practices. He enjoyed building a small group practice that, in 1980, added his son Robert, who then had the unique vision to create a medical facility that was otherwise unheard of at the time. He was determined to build a m…
UC Health has named Peter N. Gilbert, an academic medical center executive who has held leadership positions at Johns Hopkins, the University of Kentucky and the University of Maryland, to the newly created position of chief operating officer (COO).