Patient Stories

Farmland couple cites ‘great’ care in harrowing heart attack experience

Some might say that being in the right place at the right time is something that has happened to Trice Lanier Bailey more than once in his 84 years. When he married his high school sweetheart, it was during a brief return home from the Navy. They announced their wedding at church on a Sunday,

Peripheral Arterial Disease walking program provides patient pain relief

If you smoke, quit. If you have a heart problem, get it fixed. If you have leg pain because of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), do something about it. That’s the attitude that Philip Boomershine, who turned 62 in December 2016, has brought to various health problems he’s faced since his first heart issue in 1998.

Broken arms lead to special bond between orthopedic surgeon, young patient

The last thing that Dr. Chad Reed said to 8-year-old Marissa Hicks at her final appointment in Reid Orthopedics’ Greenville office he treated her for a broken wrist in 2015 was to be sure to come back and see him – “but not with a broken arm.” She didn’t listen. Six months later, Marissa was

A healing story 25 years in the making

  Lots of people put off seeing a doctor. But Richard Stewart took that concept to the extreme when he waited 25 years to seek help for a wound on his leg. The wound first appeared during the Reagan Administration, and at first it didn’t concern Richard much. “I just wrapped it and put ointment

Reid specialists provide comprehensive care for Greenville man’s complex heart problems

One minute, Ronnie North was walking toward his semi-truck in Greenville, Ohio. The next minute, without warning, he fell to the ground unconscious. A bystander began performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and someone else called 911. Ronnie was rushed to the nearest hospital, where doctors recognized signs of severe heart problems and immediately transferred him to Reid