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As kids head back to school, one way families can stay healthy is by teaching proper hygiene. Wash hands often, using so...
07/07/2021

As kids head back to school, one way families can stay healthy is by teaching proper hygiene. Wash hands often, using soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If you don't have soap and water nearby, use hand sanitizer. Together, we can #MakeWellHappen and prevent illness in our community. To make sure your child goes back to school healthy and happy, visit wellstar.org/kidcare to schedule an appointment with one of our expert pediatricians. #BacktoSchoolCare

As kids head back to school, one way families can stay healthy is by teaching proper hygiene. Wash hands often, using soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If you don't have soap and water nearby, use hand sanitizer. Together, we can #MakeWellHappen and prevent illness in our community. To make sure your child goes back to school healthy and happy, visit wellstar.org/kidcare to schedule an appointment with one of our expert pediatricians. #BacktoSchoolCare

07/06/2021
KSU Athletics Want You to Know Your Stats

Men's health month may have come and gone, but just like your favorite athletes never stop training, you should also continue to stick to a game plan: schedule your screenings, see your primary physician and adopt a healthy routine. Hear from the athletic staff at Kennesaw State University about how they manage their health with Wellstar. wellstar.org/knowyourstats #KnowYourStats

While the exact cause for ovarian cancer is yet unknown, keeping up with exams and recognizing the symptoms can help det...
07/02/2021

While the exact cause for ovarian cancer is yet unknown, keeping up with exams and recognizing the symptoms can help detect it early. Bloating, indigestion, pain in the belly or pelvis, changes in appetite, and changes in going to the bathroom are all signs you should talk with your gynecologist about if they become frequent. To read more about ovarian cancer, visit http://spr.ly/6186ypJiO. #CancerCare

While the exact cause for ovarian cancer is yet unknown, keeping up with exams and recognizing the symptoms can help detect it early. Bloating, indigestion, pain in the belly or pelvis, changes in appetite, and changes in going to the bathroom are all signs you should talk with your gynecologist about if they become frequent. To read more about ovarian cancer, visit http://spr.ly/6186ypJiO. #CancerCare

Wellstar Kennestone Hospital has had a busy year, from opening a new emergency department to being verified as a Level I...
07/02/2021
Wellstar Kennestone Hospital Celebrates 71 Years of Service and Care Excellence

Wellstar Kennestone Hospital has had a busy year, from opening a new emergency department to being verified as a Level II Trauma Center and receiving several local and national recognitions. This week, the hospital celebrated its 71st anniversary. The team at Kennestone looks forward to serving the community for years to come. #PeopleCare

Wellstar Kennestone Hospital has commemorated its 71st anniversary after a year of accomplishments and recognitions.

Hey man, you already heard all about how your favorite team will get more FGs (field goals) and TDs (touchdowns) this up...
06/30/2021

Hey man, you already heard all about how your favorite team will get more FGs (field goals) and TDs (touchdowns) this upcoming season. But there's one other number you should know: BMI (body mass index). A high BMI may lead to more health problems in the future, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. By talking with your primary care physician, exercising regularly and eating a balanced diet, you can keep your BMI at the perfect range for a healthy life. #KnowYourStats #MensHealth

Hey man, you already heard all about how your favorite team will get more FGs (field goals) and TDs (touchdowns) this upcoming season. But there's one other number you should know: BMI (body mass index). A high BMI may lead to more health problems in the future, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease. By talking with your primary care physician, exercising regularly and eating a balanced diet, you can keep your BMI at the perfect range for a healthy life. #KnowYourStats #MensHealth

Mary Chatman, Wellstar's executive vice president and president of Wellstar Kennestone and Windy Hill Hospitals, has led...
06/29/2021

Mary Chatman, Wellstar's executive vice president and president of Wellstar Kennestone and Windy Hill Hospitals, has led her team with dedication and expertise through challenges like the COVID-19 pandemic and accomplishments like opening the new emergency department at Kennestone. Now, we'd like to congratulate her on being named one of Atlanta Magazine's Women Making a Mark.

Mary Chatman, Wellstar's executive vice president and president of Wellstar Kennestone and Windy Hill Hospitals, has led her team with dedication and expertise through challenges like the COVID-19 pandemic and accomplishments like opening the new emergency department at Kennestone. Now, we'd like to congratulate her on being named one of Atlanta Magazine's Women Making a Mark.

It's baseball season, and while you may keep up with your top player's ERA (earned run average) or IP (innings pitched),...
06/29/2021

It's baseball season, and while you may keep up with your top player's ERA (earned run average) or IP (innings pitched), do you know your own health stats? One number to monitor is your BGL, or blood glucose level. Knowing your blood sugar can help you get ahead of diabetes and take action to stay healthy. Talk to your provider about screenings so you can #KnowYourStats. #MensHealth

It's baseball season, and while you may keep up with your top player's ERA (earned run average) or IP (innings pitched), do you know your own health stats? One number to monitor is your BGL, or blood glucose level. Knowing your blood sugar can help you get ahead of diabetes and take action to stay healthy. Talk to your provider about screenings so you can #KnowYourStats. #MensHealth

06/25/2021
Mike Soroka Wants You to Know Your Stats

As you follow the Atlanta Braves this summer, you're probably watching each pitcher's ERA (earned run average) closely. When it comes to your health, though, there are other numbers you need to know to keep your bases covered - like your PSA (prostate-specific antigen), BMI (body mass index) and LDL/HDL levels. Hear from Braves pitcher Mike Soroka on the importance of your regular exams, so you can keep up with these vital stats to stay in the game. #MensHealth #KnowYourStats

Shara Wesley, assistant vice president for community health and the Wellstar Center for Health Equity, is dedicated to m...
06/25/2021

Shara Wesley, assistant vice president for community health and the Wellstar Center for Health Equity, is dedicated to making care more accessible for underserved populations. Her work became especially crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic with the Center for Health Equity, which has educated our community about vaccines, expanded vaccine access and provided free testing. Her service has now been recognized with the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2021 Healthcare Hero Award in the Community Outreach category.

Shara Wesley, assistant vice president for community health and the Wellstar Center for Health Equity, is dedicated to making care more accessible for underserved populations. Her work became especially crucial during the COVID-19 pandemic with the Center for Health Equity, which has educated our community about vaccines, expanded vaccine access and provided free testing. Her service has now been recognized with the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 2021 Healthcare Hero Award in the Community Outreach category.

Wellstar is collaborating with community, corporate and philanthropy leaders to transform healthcare together. The lates...
06/23/2021
Wellstar Innovation Series Explores Future of Healthcare

Wellstar is collaborating with community, corporate and philanthropy leaders to transform healthcare together. The latest event in our Innovation Series explored how cutting-edge technologies can improve care and expand access. Learn more about how our partnerships are improving the well-being of the communities we serve. #CommunityCare #HealthcareTechnology

Wellstar is leading a massive transformation in healthcare by collaborating with thought leaders, community partners and industry experts.

You may be glued to the big game, but how closely do you keep up with your own health? Learn more about conditions that ...
06/22/2021
Team Up with Wellstar to Fight These Men’s Health Issues

You may be glued to the big game, but how closely do you keep up with your own health? Learn more about conditions that affect men, and team up with your provider to stay in top shape. #MensHealth #KnowYourStats

Some health conditions are more likely to affect men.

You may be glued to the big game, but how closely do you keep up with your own health? Learn more about conditions that ...
06/22/2021
Team Up with Wellstar to Fight These Men’s Health Issues

You may be glued to the big game, but how closely do you keep up with your own health? Learn more about conditions that affect men, and team up with your provider to stay in top shape. #MensHealth #KnowYourStats

Some health conditions are more likely to affect men.

Wellstar believes personalized, compassionate healthcare should be accessible for everyone, and we're proud to serve our...
06/22/2021

Wellstar believes personalized, compassionate healthcare should be accessible for everyone, and we're proud to serve our LGBTQ+ patients in a welcoming environment with providers who will get to know their needs. #PrideMonth #PeopleCare

Wellstar believes personalized, compassionate healthcare should be accessible for everyone, and we're proud to serve our LGBTQ+ patients in a welcoming environment with providers who will get to know their needs. #PrideMonth #PeopleCare

Throughout June, we're honoring #PrideMonth at Wellstar, and celebrating every voice within our system and communities. ...
06/21/2021

Throughout June, we're honoring #PrideMonth at Wellstar, and celebrating every voice within our system and communities. Now, you can join us with this special Facebook frame. Head to https://bit.ly/2Sdyqo2 and activate the frame to show your support - and look great while doing it!

Throughout June, we're honoring #PrideMonth at Wellstar, and celebrating every voice within our system and communities. Now, you can join us with this special Facebook frame. Head to https://bit.ly/2Sdyqo2 and activate the frame to show your support - and look great while doing it!

Fathers often pass on their hobbies and passions to their kids. John Petrick and his daughter Janin always shared the lo...
06/20/2021
John&JaninCare

Fathers often pass on their hobbies and passions to their kids. John Petrick and his daughter Janin always shared the love for traveling and camping all over the country, but the last thing John expected to pass on to her was a rare heart condition. Read their story. #FathersDay2021 #HeartHealth #PeopleCare

John Petrick and his daughter Janin have had many shared adventures. But the last thing they expected to have in common was a rare heart condition.

Fathers often pass on their hobbies and passions to their kids. John Petrick and his daughter Janin always shared the lo...
06/20/2021
John&JaninCare

Fathers often pass on their hobbies and passions to their kids. John Petrick and his daughter Janin always shared the love for traveling and camping all over the country, but the last thing John expected to pass on to her was a rare heart condition. Now, together, the father-daughter duo embark on the journey to heart health with Wellstar. Read their story. #FathersDay2021 #HeartHealth #PeopleCare

John Petrick and his daughter Janin have had many shared adventures. But the last thing they expected to have in common was a rare heart condition.

Today, we honor Juneteenth, a day commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. While today is one of observanc...
06/19/2021

Today, we honor Juneteenth, a day commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. While today is one of observance, at Wellstar, we continue to address inequality in our community, from lack of healthcare access to food insecurity all year round. We believe that everyone deserves high-quality, compassionate healthcare, and we strive to honor every voice in all we do. Together, we can create healthier, stronger communities. #PeopleCare

Today, we honor Juneteenth, a day commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. While today is one of observance, at Wellstar, we continue to address inequality in our community, from lack of healthcare access to food insecurity all year round. We believe that everyone deserves high-quality, compassionate healthcare, and we strive to honor every voice in all we do. Together, we can create healthier, stronger communities. #PeopleCare

06/17/2021
Dr. William Humphries - AJC Aging in Atlanta

There are risk factors you can't control when it comes to stroke, but you can minimize your chances of having one by eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly and keeping up with your primary doctor appointments. Hear the tips Dr. William Humphries, Wellstar vascular neurosurgeon, shared during The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Aging in Atlanta event. #PeopleCare

With Wellstar's affordable coverage options on the Health Insurance Exchange, insurance can be accessible — and with Wel...
06/17/2021

With Wellstar's affordable coverage options on the Health Insurance Exchange, insurance can be accessible — and with Wellstar's convenient locations, care is close to home too. The special enrollment period is open through Aug. 15. Learn more at wellstarhealthexchange.org.

With Wellstar's affordable coverage options on the Health Insurance Exchange, insurance can be accessible — and with Wellstar's convenient locations, care is close to home too. The special enrollment period is open through Aug. 15. Learn more at wellstarhealthexchange.org.

With Wellstar's affordable coverage options on the Health Insurance Exchange, insurance can be accessible — and with Wel...
06/17/2021

With Wellstar's affordable coverage options on the Health Insurance Exchange, insurance can be accessible — and with Wellstar's convenient locations, care is close to home too. The special enrollment period is open through Aug. 15. Learn more at wellstarhealthexchange.org.

With Wellstar's affordable coverage options on the Health Insurance Exchange, insurance can be accessible — and with Wellstar's convenient locations, care is close to home too. The special enrollment period is open through Aug. 15. Learn more at wellstarhealthexchange.org.

As the basketball playoffs start to heat up, you may be all about your favorite player's PTS, FGA (field goals attempted...
06/16/2021

As the basketball playoffs start to heat up, you may be all about your favorite player's PTS, FGA (field goals attempted) and REB (rebounds). But are you on top of your LDL and HDL cholesterol numbers? LDL is the "bad" kind, which leads to fat buildup that can increase your risk for heart attacks, strokes and other conditions. HDL is the one you need for a healthy heart, which is found in foods that are high in fiber, such as oatmeal and beans, and unsaturated fats, such as avocado and nuts. #KnowYourStats #MensHealth

As the basketball playoffs start to heat up, you may be all about your favorite player's PTS, FGA (field goals attempted) and REB (rebounds). But are you on top of your LDL and HDL cholesterol numbers? LDL is the "bad" kind, which leads to fat buildup that can increase your risk for heart attacks, strokes and other conditions. HDL is the one you need for a healthy heart, which is found in foods that are high in fiber, such as oatmeal and beans, and unsaturated fats, such as avocado and nuts. #KnowYourStats #MensHealth

As the basketball playoffs start to heat up, you may be all about your favorite player's PTS, FGA (field goals attempted...
06/16/2021

As the basketball playoffs start to heat up, you may be all about your favorite player's PTS, FGA (field goals attempted) and REB (rebounds). But are you on top of your LDL and HDL cholesterol numbers? LDL is the "bad" kind, which leads to fat buildup that can increase your risk for heart attacks, strokes and other conditions. HDL is the one you need for a healthy heart, which is found in foods that are high in fiber, such as oatmeal and beans, and unsaturated fats, such as avocado and nuts. #KnowYourStats #MensHealth

As the basketball playoffs start to heat up, you may be all about your favorite player's PTS, FGA (field goals attempted) and REB (rebounds). But are you on top of your LDL and HDL cholesterol numbers? LDL is the "bad" kind, which leads to fat buildup that can increase your risk for heart attacks, strokes and other conditions. HDL is the one you need for a healthy heart, which is found in foods that are high in fiber, such as oatmeal and beans, and unsaturated fats, such as avocado and nuts. #KnowYourStats #MensHealth

06/15/2021
Dr. Justin Hart - AJC Aging in Atlanta

Not all cancers require surgery or radiation treatment. Dr. Justin Hart, Wellstar radiation oncologist, recently spoke at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Aging in Atlanta event about how active surveillance can help some men with prostate cancer avoid more intensive treatments and their side effects. #CancerCare #MensHealthMonth

06/14/2021
Dominique Wilkins Wants You to Know Your Stats

Hey man, your favorite athletes have stats - and so do you. BMI (body mass index), BP (blood pressure) and PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen) are some of the numbers you need to stay on top of your game. Learn more at wellstar.org/knowyourstats. #MensHealthMonth #KnowYourStats

06/14/2021
Dominique Wilkins Wants You to Know Your Stats

Hey man, your favorite athletes have stats - and so do you. BMI (body mass index), BP (blood pressure) and PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen) are some of the numbers you need to stay on top of your game. Learn more at wellstar.org/knowyourstats. #MensHealthMonth #KnowYourStats

You may know your favorite baseball player's ERA (earned run average), but what about your own PSA (prostate-specific an...
06/11/2021

You may know your favorite baseball player's ERA (earned run average), but what about your own PSA (prostate-specific antigen) level? The American Cancer Society recommends men ask their doctors about prostate cancer screening at age 50. African Americans and men with a father or brother who had prostate cancer before age 65 should talk to their doctor about testing when they're 45. #KnowYourStats #MensHealth

You may know your favorite baseball player's ERA (earned run average), but what about your own PSA (prostate-specific antigen) level? The American Cancer Society recommends men ask their doctors about prostate cancer screening at age 50. African Americans and men with a father or brother who had prostate cancer before age 65 should talk to their doctor about testing when they're 45. #KnowYourStats #MensHealth

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Anyone who has had a loved one pass while under the care of medical professionals working at Kennestone Hospital in Atlanta Georgia PLEASE PM ME! We are looking to get as many as people as we can to sign a petition so we can get justice for the neglect of care for our loved ones and the mistreatment by care providers while in the care of Kennestone Hospital in Atlanta Georgia. Real changes need to be made so that no one else's loved ones have to endure this kind of neglect and pain and suffering from the hands of people who we are told we need to trust. This has to stop, something has to be done! Please help us fight and BE A PART OF THE CHANGE! All we need is your story! Sincerely, A heartbroken family fighting for justice!
My 85 year old mother has spent over 5 hours in your ER with no treatment or Doctor visit. I called your ER and supervisors five times and did not get an answer to her status. This is not an acceptable response for a 85 year old patient. I find this outside the realm of what an elderly patient should expect. I, as the SON of the patient, find this EXTREMELY unacceptable and horrific!
What a joke. Been waiting in the Er for over 4 hours and still waiting with a balloon sized ankle and foot on one leg and a paralyzed leg and toes on the other. I haven't even been seen by anyone yet and it's looking like the hospital doesn't care. For all I know it is either blood clots or spinal injury. Either way this can be life threatening, yet it seems like the ER doesn't care!😫
Would you like to explain why it’s so hard for a 94-year-old patient to get all of her meals in a day? Even when her family members there advocating for her to have her meals? And why you could not get her her medications her first night there? Why it takes multiple family members there advocating 24/7 for you to pay attention to a 94-year-old  cancer patient?
I would like to give a huge shout out to the Neuro ICU Critical Care Team. Every person on staff is top of the line, well trained, compassionate and intelligent, providing excellent care to their patients and their families. Having been here for 13 days so far recovering from a sudden brain bleed, I continue to be impressed on a daily basis. Wellstar, you should be very proud!
Worst experience off my life. Love the hospital but hate Er nurses. 13 hours waiting.had covid and pneumonia. My oxygen was running out. They brought me a large tank that had no wheels. Had to p*e. No help had to lug tank and all my stuff to restroom. Dragging tank across the floor because i couldnt carry it. Nurses just stare. No help. Chest was hurt by the time i made it back. I did this twice. Finally was brought a wheel chair that i couldnt wheel my self. Charge nurse comes by only because my daughter called raising hell. She apologizes . nothing changed. Same bull crap. The wheel chai i could have used was being used to haul boxes of food. I took this picture. 13 hours. The food being safely in a wheel chair was more important then the people in the ER waiting to be seen.
I would like everyone on here to know how I was treated today by Doctor Nix in the emergency room. I am in for a severe migraine. So I’ve got the iv hooked the meds or benedryl, toardol, and something for nausea. These meds do not work for me (and I say which ones do). After telling the doctor they don’t work. He comes in to my room a little later and point blank told me that he has migraines, his wife has them and the nurses here also have them and what I’ve been given should be enough basically to heal them and make it all better. Sent me on my way with a prescription for the same exact meds he told me that he wouldn’t administer. I will never come back to this hospital as long as this man is still working here, nor will I recommend anyone to come to the hospital. The nurses here have been amazing. Thank you to Sammy, Ramon and Kim in the er you guys were wonderful. Wellstar calling you out on the Doctor Nix. You need to watch how he treats and talks to the very people that are seeking help and ending up with someone like him that makes the situation worse.
I have put in a formal complaint in regards to this issue. Its bad that we can't see our families but it worse when yall aren't feeding them enough food. My mother has called me daily stating she is hungry. She has asked the nurses for extra food and one finally told her it will take over an hour to get more food for her. She has asked them to go to the vending machine for her with her own money to get her some food, she was told no. My mother is 72 and should not be STARVING!!!! I WILL COME TO HER FLOOR MYSELF AND BRING HER FOOD AT THIS POINT. FIX THIS BEFORE A LAWSUIT COMES PLEASE.
Delivery was perfect mother and baby came out with 0 complications and mother was walking right away (4:59pm 1/7/21) ....recovery was a nightmare .. It started with the room, no shower curtain.. asked several times. (when we escaped this jail ((1/9/21) 12:15am)still no shower curtain.) Next was IV port, asked if we could get it out so mother could get a shower (along with asking for shower curtain) “let’s wait until 6am just to be sure mother’s stats stay good” that sounds legit okay, thanks! 6am IV still in, didn’t want to push.. probably busy.. 7am shift change meet the new nurse.. hello! the previous nurse forgot about her IV when you get a chance could we get it out? “Nooo not yet! “... why? The other nurse said at 6 .. “Well I’m not the other nurse and I’ll tell you when I want it out which will be at 24hrs when everyone will have their final tests to see if y’all can go home today” (our faces 😳😤) okay then flash forward 25hr mark (6:00 pm) IV still in we had to beg the charge nurse and she sent the tech in to finally remove port...still no shower curtain. Breakfast was the next issue 7am,8am,9am,10am, umm I guess I’ll go get you breakfast? As I get back with breakfast (Chick-fil-A) the hospital breakfast comes in ... 10:45am ..1 stale bagel 2 cold pieces of bacon ... (deliverer of breakfast) “yeahhh it’s cold, might wanna find a microwave.” (I’ll attach pics to the post) 1hr later lunch is brought in.. guess they forgot about us until there was nothing left? (When sawyer was born 2.5 years ago she was brought eggs,bacon,sausage,biscuit,cereal,fruit,milk and juice. A little after lunch, nurse says “So I’ve decided the 24hr test won’t take place until after shift change” (7pm) ummm okay? I didn’t want to say anything because I’m not sure what is going on behind the scenes, maybe it’s busy? Walk out in the halls it’s a ghost town more beds open than occupied.. so we called a friend that is a mother baby nurse just a different hospital and she confirmed my suspicion “the 24 hour test and paperwork ends right before she would go home and she don’t want to take the risk of it running over, so she’s pushing it off on the next shift to take care of it who won’t even be able to start it until after her rounds +2hr which makes it somewhere around 28hrs they are doing the 24hr test. So I go to the front desk where everyone is just hanging out and I ask “Is there anyway we can go ahead and get our 24 hour test started it’s been 25hr and we need to get home if everyone is healthy. Our nurse like a movie villain turns in her chair “UM that was Me that told YOU it’d be after our shift change and it’s going to stay that way! Everyone else just stairs at me. Alright then... I’m now very frustrated because at this point we have no shower curtain, her IV port is still in And our floor is almost empty with everyone hanging out at the front desk not wanting to do anything! So I go back to the room and the last thing I can think to do is speak to the charge nurse, so she comes in and asks what the issue is so I explained “the IVport is still in 12hrs later than we told it would be out, no shower curtain, breakfast was a joke and late, and nobody wants to do the 24hr test! Charge nurse says “ I don’t know who told you it was a 24 hr test it’s a 28hr test”..... so literally everyone for the past 2 days have lied to us? “I guess, I don’t know who would tell you that!” ....Okay, at this point I realize she’s covering for her lazy nurse... so I ask can we at least get the IV port out and a shower curtain? So she finally sends in the tech to finally remove the port.... still no shower curtain, Whatever...we will just prep to be ready to go after the tests at “28hrs” so I take everything to the car and we just wait... 7pm hits and our new nurse comes in has already drank the new “28hr” Koolaid. I explain look we are just trying to get out today if everyone is healthy , nurse says “if everything comes back good y’all are going home. We will do the 28hr test at 9:45” .... 🤦🏻‍♂️ THATS later than 28hrs!!! .. So fast forward 28hrs and 45min they do the 24hr test . Nurse comes back in around 10:45pm “YALL look ready to go!And good thing! All the test came back perfect! “..... YES! We start grabbing our suitcases .... then nurse says “BUT! The pediatrician said she didn’t feel like signing off until the morning so y’all can’t leave!” ....I lose it. Then we will just leave! Because we are going home tonight! Unless y’all can give us a legitimate reason! Nurse says “you do that and I’ll call dfax!” I said you know what bring that “pediatrician” that wouldn’t sign off on us going home I want to speak to them face to face! ... 20 min later... so we found a doctor to sign off on y’all going home... but now the midwife has to sign off on your wife.... my wife says “they are trying to keep us here past midnight just watch” ....12:15am rolls around I storm in the hall way, WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON!... nurses “ummm uhhh I don’t know we haven’t heard from anyone!” CALL THE MIDWIFE! RIGHT NOW! ... phone rings midwife answers “of course! she’s good to go!” Nurse turns to us trying to act like things are fine.. congratulations y’all are heading home? 🤷🏿‍♀️ 31.5hrs later and worn out from today’s battle dirty from no showers we head home.