Willis-Knighton has been the first in the state to offer a specialized needle, SharkCore™ Fine Needle Biopsy, to secure the best possible tissue sample for analysis. James C. Hobley, M.D., FACG, director of the Pancreato-biliary Program at Willis-Knighton, is the gastroenterologist who performed the first needle biopsy the new SharkCore from Covidien at Willis-Knighton Medical Center.
Kimberly and Steven Ford of Bossier celebrated the beginning of 2015 in grand style, welcoming twins, a son and a daughter, Sutton Kyle and Hanley Nicole. The twins were born at WK Bossier Health Center at 12:43 and 12:44 a.m., Thursday, Jan. 1.
Willis-Knighton Health System’s hospitals with birthing centers have been honored with special banners, acknowledging their support and achievements as part of a statewide initiative to reduce elective, non-medically indicated deliveries prior to 39 weeks. Receiving banners were the Center for Women’s Health at Willis-Knighton South, Keri Elrod, administrator; WK Bossier Health Center, Cliff Broussard, administrator, and WK Pierremont Health Center, Sonny Moss, administrator.
Willis-Knighton Health System’s Career Institute has received the 2014 New Employee Orientation (NEO) Award for a redesign of its employee orientation program.
Monica Sehgal, M.D., has established WK Women’s Specialists at South at WK Canterbury Square, 2530 Bert Kouns Industrial Loop, Suite 112, on the campus of Willis-Knighton South & the Center for Women’s Health. Dr. Sehgal joins the Willis-Knighton Physician Network following an affiliation with a health system in Texas.
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View photos of recent additions to the Wee Kare Nursery.
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