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On Thursday, the Kidney Transplant Center at St. David's North Austin Medical Center and Donate Life America announced the first living kidney donor through the National Donate Life Living Donor Registry. Click to ready the story and to find out how to become a living kidney donor.

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St. David's Medical Center ranked No. 1 Large Community Hospital in the nation by Fortune/Merative 100 Top Hospitals. The annual list-which was published by Fortune-recognizes excellence in clinical outcomes, operational efficiency, patient experience, and financial health. This is the 13th year that St. David's Medical Center has been recognized as one of the nation's 100 Top Hospitals, and it is the first time the facility has been named the No. 1 Large Community Hospital in the U.S. For more info, visit https://bit.ly/3BwVSk7.
The American Cancer Society estimates that there will be 60,650 new cases of leukemia in the U.S. this year. Leukemia is one of the most common types of blood cancer. But thanks to advancements in testing and therapy, patients with blood cancer have more treatment options than ever before.

During , learn more from the experts at Sarah Cannon, our Cancer Institute: https://sarahcannon.com/blog/entry/the-latest-advances-in-blood-cancer-treatment

We are excited to be the Presenting Sponsor for the Texas vs Alabama football game tomorrow! Make sure to swing by our activation booth on Bevo Blvd before the game.

We are excited to be the Presenting Sponsor for the Texas vs Alabama football game tomorrow! Make sure to swing by our activation booth on Bevo Blvd before the game.

Join us for our fall and spring hiring event! Come enjoy food, drinks and fun - mix and mingle with nursing leaders from all St. David’s HealthCare Hospitals.

We will be conducting interviews on the spot for:
· Fall 2022 Cohort - New Grad Residency positions (start date in October)
· Spring 2023 Cohort - New Grad Residency positions (start dates in January/February)
· Nurse Extern positions (Nurse Extern positions require the completion of Nursing Fundamental courses)
· Experienced RNs

For more information & registration: https://lnkd.in/giciuWTi

Please come prepared to interview with our hiring managers as we hope to extend offers for our Nurse Residency Spring Cohorts to qualified candidates! We are so excited to meet you!
It can be frightening if your newborn needs to be admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). The NICU provides medical care for babies born too small or too soon, or who have certain medical conditions.

Parents are often encouraged to be present and involved while in the NICU. This includes working closely with caregivers on feeding, holding and other aspects of their baby's care.

For more information about our NICUs, visit https://bit.ly/3ezpnZz.
Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is the most common type of irregular heartbeat, and risks can increase with age. Sometimes, simple lifestyle adjustments can help steady the heartbeat. Watch our video to learn more. Be sure to consult with your cardiologist on diagnosis and treatment options.⁣






[Animation transcript: AFib lifestyle recommendations⁣

6 lifestyle recommendations to improve heart health:⁣

1. Avoid triggers⁣
Minimize heavy drinking, smoking and excessive caffeine intake.⁣

2. Heart-healthy diet⁣
A diet that emphasizes fruits and vegetables, while limiting sodium, saturated fat and sugar is recommended.⁣

3. Exercise⁣
Aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activity each week.⁣

4. Maintain a healthy weight⁣
Losing 5-10% of excess weight may improve heart health.⁣

5. Get enough sleep⁣
Adults should aim for seven to nine hours each night.⁣

6. Ease stress⁣
Find relaxation techniques or physical activities to help alleviate stress.]
that the Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute (TCAI) at St. David’s Medical Center is led by a global leader in cardiac electrophysiology? The medical team also includes some of the most prominent physicians and researchers in the field. TCAI treats the broadest spectrum of cardiac arrhythmia cases, from relatively simple to highly complex. We help people with all types of arrhythmias, including patients who have been told their condition is untreatable or those who have already undergone unsuccessful treatments. Learn more by watching this video: https://bit.ly/3RpsrWJ

For more info: https://tcainstitute.com/about/

September is National Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) Awareness Month. AFib is the most commonly diagnosed heart arrhythmia and it affects 2.7 to 6.1 million Americans.

Watch to learn more about AFib.







[Animation transcript: What is AFib?⁣

Atrial fibrillation, or AFib, is the most common type of treated heart arrhythmia, a disturbance in which the heart beats too fast, too slowly or irregularly.⁣

Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) is an electrical glitch in the upper chambers of the heart, including atrial flutter, which results in arrhythmias or abnormal heart rhythms. AFib is one of the major components of SVT. ⁣

There are two types of AFib:⁣

• Paroxysmal AFib (intermittent atrial fibrillation) ⁣
When the cardiac rhythm disturbance comes and goes, either by itself or with medicine, within seven days. This condition may occur a few times a year or every day. ⁣

• Persistent AFib (continuous atrial fibrillation) ⁣
When the cardiac rhythm stays out of rhythm for more than seven days. This condition requires some type of treatment.]⁣
September is National Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) Awareness Month. AFib is the most commonly diagnosed heart arrhythmia and it affects 2.7 to 6.1 million Americans. AFib, is the most common type of treated heart arrhythmia, a disturbance in which the heart beats too fast, too slowly or irregularly.⁣ The Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute (TCAI) at St. David’s Medical Center is an international treatment, training and research center specializing in care for heart rhythm disorders. For more info, visit https://tcainstitute.com/about/.
We hope you and your family have a fun & safe !
If you or someone you know is in emotional distress, reaching out for support is one of the bravest things you can do — and now there’s an easier way to find help with a phone call, a text or a live chat.

Free, confidential su***de and crisis counseling is available 24/7 through the 988 Su***de & Crisis Lifeline (formerly known as the National Su***de Prevention Lifeline).

People in crisis and their loved ones can connect with trained counselors by:
- Calling or texting 988.
- Using the live chat feature at 988Lifeline.org.
- Calling the previous National Su***de Prevention Lifeline number, 1.800.273.8255 (1.800.273.TALK), which remains active.

Find more information at https://bit.ly/3TDS9Il

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Know the symptoms of RSV to help protect and care for your baby or child.
For more information about St. David's Children's Hospital, visit www.stdavids.com/kids.
Dr. Ryan McCorkle, an emergency physician at St. David's Medical Center, spoke with KVUE about when the best time is to get the flu shot.

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Button batteries are small, round and shiny. They are the size of coins, and sometimes smaller. They are used to power most things in your household.
For more information about St. David's Children's Hospital, visit www.stdavids.com/kids.

SDMC is the flagship hospital of St. David’s HealthCare, one of the largest health systems in Texas. Social Media terms of use: http://bit.ly/sdhpolicy

Operating as usual

11/24/2022

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your loved ones!

We wish you and your loved ones a happy, healthy and safe Thanksgiving! Today, we’re sharing some of the reasons why we’re thankful.

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Our Low-Dose CT scan is meant for patients who meet specific criteria to enhance early detection of lung cancer.

Eligibility criteria:
- Adults ages 50–80* (*Must be 50–77 for Medicare)
- Current smokers with at least a 20 pack-year history
- Former smokers who have quit within the past 15 years with a 20 pack-year history
- No current signs or symptoms of lung cancer
- Patients that have had a shared decision-making meeting with P*P
- Pack-year history calculated as number of packs of ci******es smoked per day multiplied by number of years individual has smoked (e.g., 1 pack ci******es per day for 20 years, or 2 packs of ci******es per day for 10 years, etc.)

For more information visit: stdavids.com/specialties/oncology/



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According to the CDC, more than 130 million adults are living with diabetes or prediabetes in the U.S. The A1C test is a common blood test used to diagnose type 1 and type 2 diabetes. For more information about our diabetes services, visit: stdavids.com/specialties/diabetes/

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Come lend a helping arm, donate blood to support your community and save local lives. It is easy; just click on the link below to schedule your appointment: https://bit.ly/3VALLSH

*Remember! Eat a full meal before donating and bring your photo ID.

*We Are Blood has now implemented new FDA guidance lifting geographic risk-based deferrals for vCJD! Individuals previously deferred for having lived or traveled in Europe may now be able to donate. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3i3vF5x

‘We want to get you screened and keep you alive’: Doctor encourages lung cancer screening 11/21/2022

‘We want to get you screened and keep you alive’: Doctor encourages lung cancer screening

Dr. Matthew Anderson, a pulmonologist with St. David’s North Austin Medical Center, discusses the importance of lung cancer screening and
detecting lung cancer in earlier stages. Click to read the story.

Low-dose CT lung screenings are offered at St. David's North Austin Medical Center and St. David's South Austin Medical Center.

Story: https://bit.ly/3tPzxtu

‘We want to get you screened and keep you alive’: Doctor encourages lung cancer screening Despite advances in lung cancer detection, screening rates are critically low. Austin doctor explains why you should consider seeing a pulmonologist.

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The optional out-of-pocket price is $200, or contact your insurance provider to determine coverage. To schedule a screening, please contact your physician to discuss the criteria and to get a low-dose lung cancer screening order.

Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at St. David’s North
Austin Medical Center and St. David's South Austin Medical center offers Low-Dose CT lung screenings for patients who meet specific criteria to enhance early detection of lung cancer and to reduce mortality among smokers.

To learn more: www.stdavids.com/specialties/oncology



[Alt. Text - Did you know that you can pay an out-of-pocket price for our low-dose CT lung screening?]

11/20/2022

Lung Cancer Screening

During Lung Cancer Awareness Month, learn about the risk factors for lung cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, it's the second most common type of cancer (not counting skin cancer) and the leading cause of cancer-related death in the U.S. Watch our video for more information.

To learn about our low-dose lung cancer screening, visit: www.stdavids.com/specialties/oncology

South Austin doctors on quest to find the smallest potentially cancerous lung nodules ever detected 11/19/2022

South Austin doctors on quest to find the smallest potentially cancerous lung nodules ever detected

St. David’s South Austin Medical Center is the first-ever hospital in the United States to use robotic bronchoscopy and real-time 3D imaging together to safely find lung nodules and identify cancer with 85-100% accuracy.

During , learn what this technology can do:

https://bit.ly/3GvjgBu

South Austin doctors on quest to find the smallest potentially cancerous lung nodules ever detected Dr. William Bartek and physicians at St. David’s South Austin Medical Center are aiming to consistently detect and diagnose lung nodules smaller than two centimeters

11/18/2022

Lung Nodule Screening

Our Low-Dose CT scan is for patients who meet specific criteria to enhance early detection of lung cancer.

Adults ages 50–80 who have at least a 20 pack-year smoking history and are current smokers or have quit within the past 15 years should consider a low-dose CT lung screening. LDCT scans to screen smokers for lung cancer reduces the risk of death by 20%.

To participate in the screening, make an appointment with your primary care physician. You must obtain a low-dose lung cancer screening order form before scheduling an appointment at one of our facilities.

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Today is National Injury Prevention Day. Unintentional injuries are the 3rd leading cause of death for all ages. The most frequent injuries include older adult falls, motor vehicle crashes, poisonings/overdoses, drownings, and injuries related to violence. St. David’s HealthCare and the Level II Trauma Centers at St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center and St. David’s South Austin Medical Center, ask you to learn more about Injury Prevention and how to keep your loved ones safe by visiting: cdc.gov/injury/
Go green for injury prevention!

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that November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month? According to the American Cancer Society, lung cancer is the second most common cancer in adults, and an estimated 236,740 new cases will be diagnosed in 2022.

To learn about our low-dose computed tomography (LDCT) screenings for patients who meet specific criteria to enhance early detection of lung cancer, visit: www.stdavids.com/specialties/oncology

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We love our babies from the moment they’re born. For more information about our NICUs, visit: stdavids.com/specialties/nicu/

11/15/2022

Living with COPD

November is . COPD stands for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – a group of diseases that cause airflow blockage and breathing-related problems. This includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, COPD makes breathing difficult for the 16 million Americans who have it.

While COPD may limit your activities, there’s plenty you can do to manage your symptoms and improve your quality of life. Watch our video to learn more.

Photos from St. David's HealthCare's post 11/12/2022

This week, March of Dimes provided meals to the Women’s Services and NICU nurses and staff at St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center. The delivery was part of the nonprofit’s Meals that Matter initiative, a way the organization shows appreciation to front-line staff during Prematurity Awareness Month.

March of Dimes also delivered snacks for the parents and families with babies in the NICU.

11/11/2022

A Letter to Our Veterans - Veterans Day 2022

On this Veterans Day and always, we thank those who have chosen to continue serving our community as part of our St. David's HealthCare team. We're grateful for you and your commitment to service.

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Honoring all the brave men and women who served. We are thankful for your service.

$53.1M expansion at St. David's Round Rock Medical Center underway 11/09/2022

$53.1M expansion at St. David's Round Rock Medical Center underway

Construction at St. David's Round Rock Medical Center is currently underway to include two additional floors. Click to learn more: https://bit.ly/3TpAVxb

$53.1M expansion at St. David's Round Rock Medical Center underway A $53.1 million expansion of the St. David's Round Rock Medical Center bringing two additional floors to the large hospital is underway.

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DYK that people with type 2 diabetes have more than two times the risk for developing heart disease, and two out of three deaths in people with type 2 diabetes are attributed to cardiovascular disease. For more information about our diabetes services, visit: stdavids.com/specialties/diabetes/

Mother-daughter pair of nurses care for patients together in Round Rock 11/07/2022

Mother-daughter pair of nurses care for patients together in Round Rock

Mary Aberilla and daughter, Carmela, are both RNs at St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center. Click to read about their journey in becoming nurses and their passion for healthcare: https://bit.ly/3FZG7ET
# NationalMedicalSurgicalNursesWeek

Mother-daughter pair of nurses care for patients together in Round Rock November 1st-7th is National Medical-Surgical Nurses Week and a pair of Central Texas nurses share an extra special bond. Not only are they co-workers but they’

11/07/2022

Flu shots are fundamental

? Flu season can last until May. Doctors recommend that anyone 6 months or older get a flu shot each year. This lowers your chances of getting the flu and reduces your symptoms if you get it. Watch our video to learn more.

Looking for a place to get a flu shot? Visit one of our urgent care clinics. To find one near you, go to carenow.com/Austin

Autumn time change leads to more deer-car crashes, says new study 11/04/2022

Autumn time change leads to more deer-car crashes, says new study

Payton Bowyer, a trauma injury prevention coordinator at St. David’s South Austin Medical Center speaks to CBS Austin about deer/auto crashes and how Daylight Saving Time affects drivers. Click to learn more: https://bit.ly/3h0XNWa

Autumn time change leads to more deer-car crashes, says new study Remember to set your clocks back an hour this weekend, and when you do, remember to pay attention to the road!A new study in the journal ‘Current Biology’ finds

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), which includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema, is a progressive disease that cause airflow blockage and breathing-related problems. A few things you can do to manage COPD is by having a smoke-free home, close windows and doors to keep airborne allergens away, and avoid using items that produce smoke, such as candles and fireplaces. To learn more about our cardiology services, visit: stdavids.com/specialties/cardiology

11/03/2022

Home remedies for mild symptoms of COVID-19, the flu or a cold

When you're sick, it doesn't necessarily mean you need to visit an emergency room or doctor's office. If you’re experiencing mild symptoms of COVID-19, the flu or a cold, here are some quick tips for managing your symptoms at home. And remember, your best bet for fending off COVID-19 or the flu is vaccination.

Identical twins raising awareness about breast cancer in younger women 11/02/2022

Identical twins raising awareness about breast cancer in younger women

Identical twins raise awareness about breast cancer for women in their 20s and 30s. Dr. Debra Patt, medical oncologist with St. David's Medical Center stresses the importance of self-breast exams, annual checkups and screenings. Click to read their story: https://bit.ly/3TWXf2e.

Identical twins raising awareness about breast cancer in younger women Identical twins from Austin are raising awareness about breast cancer for women in their 20s and 30s. One of the twins was diagnosed with an aggressive form of

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May the memories of your loved ones bring you joy today and every day.

Photos from St. David's HealthCare's post 11/01/2022

This past weekend St. David's HealthCare and Leander PD helped Leander residents properly dispose of more than 500 pounds of prescription and over-the-counter medications. Thank you Leander Police Department for partnering with us on our first annual Crush The Crisis Opioid Take Back Day.

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Open Enrollment for 2023 begins today! St. David’s HealthCare participates in the following health plans being offered on the federal exchange (https://bit.ly/3h2i8dR).

- Aetna
- Ambetter and Ambetter Value from Superior Health Plan
- Blue Advantage and My Blue Health from BCBSTX
- Bright Health Plan
- Friday Health Plans
- IdealCare from Sendero Health Plan
- Oscar
- United Healthcare

Selecting one of these plans will ensure that St. David’s HealthCare facilities are in your network. Take action by January 15, 2023 to make sure you and your family have coverage.

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Act Quickly
Health insurance market place open enrollment
November 2, 2022 to January 15, 2023]

Photos from St. David's HealthCare's post 10/31/2022

Cutest pumpkins in the patch! We’re having a SPOOKtastic time celebrating Halloween with our tiniest patients.

10/31/2022

Staying healthy during spooky season

From ghouls and goblins to cold and flu, there are plenty of health hazards to watch out for this Halloween. Find out how to stay healthy during this spooky season.

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Wishing all the trick-or-treaters a happy, fun and safe Halloween.

10/30/2022

To spot a stroke, B.E. F.A.S.T.

Strokes require immediate medical attention. BE FAST is an acronym to help you identify and respond to a potential stroke quickly. Watch to learn more.

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According to the American Heart Association, most adults in the U.S. don’t know the F.A.S.T. warning signs of a stroke. Power is knowledge and by learning and sharing the F.A.S.T. warning signs, you just might save a life.

FACE: Ask the person to smile. Does one side of the face droop?
ARMS: Ask the person to raise both arms. Does one arm drift downward?
SPEECH: Ask the person to repeat a simple phrase. Is their speech slurred or strange?
TIME: If you observe any of these signs, call 9-1-1 immediately.

For more information about stroke care at St. David’s HealthCare, visit https://stdavids.com/specialties/stroke

Another reason to get a mammogram: Finding breast cancer before it forms a lump 10/28/2022

Another reason to get a mammogram: Finding breast cancer before it forms a lump

Oncologist, Dr. Aimee Mackey, and screening technician, Stacey Ambroselli with St. David's South Austin Medical Center discussed ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) and mammograms with Austin American-Statesman. Click to read more:
https://bit.ly/3SNTSJN

Another reason to get a mammogram: Finding breast cancer before it forms a lump Thought of as precursor to more invasive breast cancer, ductal carcinoma in situ, or DCIS, is only detectible through mammograms.

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Don’t delay. Put yourself first. Schedule a mammogram at any of our following facilities.
- The Breast Center at St. David's Medical Center (512) 544-8800
- St. David's North Austin Medical Center (512) 901-1515, option 2
- St. David's South Austin Medical Center (512) 816-7340
- St. David's Round Rock Medical Center (512) 341-6414
- St. David's Georgetown Hospital (512) 942-4406



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Breast Cancer Screening.
Age 20+, Monthly, Women should be familiar with their breasts and promptly report any changes to a healthcare provider.
Age 20-40, Every 3 Years, Breast exam by your physician or practitioner.
Age 40+, Consult MD Annually, Mammogram and breast exam by your physician or practitioner.
Calculate your breast cancer risk by visiting: Cancer.gov/bcrisktool. Women should talk with their physicians regularly starting as early as age 25 about their individualized risk for breast cancer, as higher risk women may benefit from genetic counseling or early screening.]

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that dark chocolate has heart health benefits? It is high in fiber and is packed with important minerals. But remember, moderation is key.

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St. David’s HealthCare and members of the Leander Police Department invite community members to safely dispose of unused or expired medication. This event aims to educate the community on the risk of opioid misuse, while providing a safe and anonymous way to dispose of medications. Click for info: https://bit.ly/3DdEnov

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Crush The Crisis Opioid Take Back Day.
Take action on October 29 by safely disposing of unused and expired medication.
Accepted items: Tablets or capsules in any packaging, patches, medicated ointments, lotions, or drops, liquid medications (in leak-proof containers), v**e cartridges (without batteries) and pet medications.
Not accepted items: Needles, syringes, lancets and illegal drugs.]

Round Rock trauma specialist offers tips on making Halloween safe 10/26/2022

Round Rock trauma specialist offers tips on making Halloween safe

Kristen Hullum, a trauma injury prevention coordinator at St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center spoke with Austin American-Statesman to offer tips on making Halloween safe. Click to learn how to to prevent injuries and help ensure a safe Halloween: https://bit.ly/3SFfB6g

Round Rock trauma specialist offers tips on making Halloween safe Common injuries over the Halloween season include severe cuts from carving pumpkins and lacerations to limbs from falls caused by costumes.

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Coming Soon: Open Enrollment for 2023 begins November 1, 2022. St. David’s HealthCare participates in the following health plans being offered on the federal exchange (healthcare.gov).

- Aetna
- Ambetter and Ambetter Value from Superior Health Plan
- Blue Advantage and My Blue Health from BCBSTX
- Bright Health Plan
- Friday Health Plans
- IdealCare from Sendero Health Plan
- Oscar
- United Healthcare

Selecting one of these plans will ensure that St. David’s HealthCare facilities are in your network. Take action by January 15, 2023 to make sure you and your family have coverage.

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Get Covered
Health insurance market place open enrollment
November 2, 2022 to January 15, 2023
Select a plan that St. David's HealthCare participates in on the federal exchange.

10/25/2022

Austin man donates kidney to a stranger

We are so proud to be a part of this incredible story! A young Austin man selflessly gave his kidney to a complete stranger -- a pediatric patient in a different state.

Donate Life America's new program in Texas allows individuals ages 18-65 who registered as a deceased donor through the National Donate Life Registry to also register their interest in becoming a living kidney donor.

The Living Donor Registry’s first living kidney donor, Camden Underwood, underwent a successful surgery performed by Koushik Shaw, M.D., on July 12, 2022, at St. David’s North Austin Medical Center. Prior to this registry, individuals interested in living kidney donation had to choose a kidney transplant center, research how to contact them directly, and arrange to have an initial medical screening. With the National Donate Life Living Donor Registry, anyone can check their initial eligibility, see a list of living donor kidney programs, and register their interest in living kidney donation. The transplant programs then receive a notification and contact the living donor candidate.

For more information on the Kidney Transplant Center at St. David's North Austin Medical Center: https://bit.ly/3TQnqHx

For more information on Donate Life America: https://bit.ly/3FatrL7

10/24/2022

Breast Cancer patient's story underlines importance of regular screenings

As we near the end of month, we're sharing another inspirational story of survival. Abbi Miller's story underlines the importance of regular screenings and always following up with your doctor.

For more on the breast cancer treatments and services offered at St. David's HealthCare: https://stdavids.com/specialties/breast-health/

St. David's North Austin receives first living kidney donor in US 09/16/2022

St. David's North Austin receives first living kidney donor in US

On Thursday, the Kidney Transplant Center at St. David's North Austin Medical Center and Donate Life America announced the first living kidney donor through the National Donate Life Living Donor Registry. Click to ready the story and to find out how to become a living kidney donor.

https://bit.ly/3xun0ho

St. David's North Austin receives first living kidney donor in US A new program allows any adult registered as a deceased donor through the National Donate Life Registry to also register interest in becoming a living kidney donor.

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St. David's Medical Center ranked No. 1 Large Community Hospital in the nation by Fortune/Merative 100 Top Hospitals. The annual list-which was published by Fortune-recognizes excellence in clinical outcomes, operational efficiency, patient experience, and financial health. This is the 13th year that St. David's Medical Center has been recognized as one of the nation's 100 Top Hospitals, and it is the first time the facility has been named the No. 1 Large Community Hospital in the U.S. For more info, visit https://bit.ly/3BwVSk7.

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St. David's HealthCare is proud to be the presenting sponsor for the Texas vs. Alabama football game
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AFib lifestyle recommendations
What is Afib?
Birth to 18 months: 10 Vaccines to consider
UT Coaches thank St. David's HealthCare team
6 healthy habits for back to school
Finding a comfortable nursing position⁣
Summer for cancer patients animation [FB,TW]
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