New moms have lots of questions about breastfeeding, so we asked the leader of our BSA Lactation program to answer some of the most common questions.Read More
Strokes not only have many effects on the victim, but they also have many causes. There are five types of stroke: ischemic, hemorrhagic, transient ischemic attack (TIA), cryptogenic and brain stem.
• Ischemic strokes are the most common type of stroke, accounting for 87% of stroke cases. These strokes occur when blood flow to the brain is blocked by a clot in the blood vessels.Read More
We're growing our team committed to providing the safest care for our patients, their families and one another. Here, you will build a rewarding career and make a difference in the lives of others. We are now hiring RNs, respiratory therapists, patient care techs and more. As a valued team member, you can be confident that you will work alongside a team dedicated to quality healthcare to serve our community. Learn more: jobs.ardenthealth.com/bsa-hospital.Read More
AMARILLO, TEXAS (April 7, 2022) – Michael Cruz has been named chief executive officer (CEO) at BSA Health System. Cruz first joined BSA as vice president of operations in 2003, later becoming chief operating officer (COO).Read More
It happens so quickly. You are outside walking down the street when you notice someone nearby collapses to the ground. The person is likely experiencing sudden cardiac arrest (SCA): the abrupt loss of heart function, breathing and consciousness.
What should you do?Read More
While moving a lawn mower off a trailer, Geary Caudle felt heaviness in his chest and attributed it to ‘getting out of shape.’ Unknown to Geary, the pain he felt was much more serious.
“I was undoing the straps and felt kind of heavy in my chest,” Geary said. “I told my doctor how I felt, and he suggested a stress test and a heart cath. After reviewing the results, he told me an ambulance was on its way to take me to the hospital for triple bypass heart surgery.”Read More
In April 2021, Terri Fry began experiencing severe pain in the middle of her back. Unsure of what was causing the pain, Terri drove to BSA Urgent Care Center. While there, Terri was informed she was experiencing a major heart attack. She was taken to the hospital for immediate treatment.
“They said one artery was 100 percent clogged and another one was 90 percent clogged,” Terri shared. “I received two stents and spent a total of 14 days in the hospital.”Read More