It was July 2008 and Peggy Hayson’s cancer story started as it does for many women—after a shower, when they notice something that doesn’t look quite right.
Jean Beyer experienced symptoms last summer that are typical signs to get to an emergency department, stat. The 78-year-old Lexington resident had indications such as severe pain and a drawing down sensation in his neck that prompted a trip to Lafayette Regional Health Center one evening.
The eyes have it for Mike Kramer. The 68-year-old private pilot who lives in Lexington was having some difficulty landing his plane last summer. When Mike visited his ophthalmologist, Michael E. Somers, MD, for an exam at his Lexington clinic one Thursday, he was told cataracts were hindering his eyesight.
There are three important motivators in David Rich’s life: his love of family, particularly his young grandsons; his passion for cycling; and his dedication to his 35-year-old dental practice in Lexington. When Dr. Rich needed to undergo a three-pronged surgery in April 2009 he was naturally concerned about recovery time and how quickly he could resume his active professional and personal pursuits.
Wilmar Bramlett is thankful that a convenient facility with multiple services and caring staff such as Lafayette Regional Health Center is available to him for his medical needs. The 52-year old construction worker has lived in Lexington most of his life and depends on the hospital and its doctors for attentive service.
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