Cancer Rehab Boosts Quality of Life

Cancer Rehab Boosts Quality of Life

Cancer rehabilitation is an important part of integrated cancer care. It helps a patient build strength and endurance, experience less pain, and feel better overall, which leads to better physical function and boosts quality of life. 

Thursday, October 12, 2017
SMH Welcomes New Internal Medicine / Pediatric Specialist

SMH Welcomes New Internal Medicine / Pediatric Specialist

Sarasota Memorial welcomed a new Internal Medicine / Pediatrics specialist to its First Physicians Group (FPG) network and to the Sarasota-Venice community: Dr. Sarah Scarselletta has begun accepting new patients at FPG’s Internal Medicine and Pediatrics office in Osprey, Fla. 

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Ask an Expert: Palliative Medicine

Ask an Expert: Palliative Medicine

Welcome to “Ask an Expert,” a Q&A series with Sarasota Memorial’s health and medical experts, where you can get thorough answers to your health queries from a local source you can trust. Have question that you’d like to “Ask an Expert”? Email them to AskAnExpert@smh.com.

Monday, October 09, 2017
SMH Newtown Doctors Partner with Legal Aid to Improve Patient Health

SMH Newtown Doctors Partner with Legal Aid to Improve Patient Health

Join us for a free, public event Oct. 14 to learn how Sarasota Memorial’s Internal Medicine Practice in Newtown and Legal Aid Manasota are working together to combat the complex needs of low-income patients impacted by health-harming social conditions. 

Thursday, October 05, 2017
FSU Medical Alum Returns to Sarasota, Joins FPG OB-GYN Team

FSU Medical Alum Returns to Sarasota, Joins FPG OB-GYN Team

Dr. Kathryn Gard has returned to SMH’s First Physicians Group (FPG) Obstetrics and Gynecology practice, joining Drs. Ruth Dyal, Kelly Hamel, Neil Pollack, Kristen Shepherd, Michael Shroder, and Greg Towsley in the practice where she completed her OB-GYN rotation during medical school five years earlier. 
Tuesday, October 03, 2017
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