Success Stories

The best advocates for the care you can expect from Baptist Health are the patients themselves. Hear success stories from a few of our patients.

Christina Shaw, Childbirth Patient (2:18)

After having her membrane spontaneously break 28 weeks into her pregnancy, Baptist Health was able to delay labor and administer the proper steroids and precautions to ensure a safe and healthy birth even at such an early stage in pregnancy.

Laura, Childbirth Patient (1:06)

Even though Laura was just a stranger in Arkansas after evacuating to escape a hurricane, Baptist Health’s hospitality made Laura feel safe and calm throughout her surprise delivery.

Laurie Loyd, Breast Cancer Patient (2:15)

After discovering her family’s women had a history of cancer, Laurie decided to have her family’s genes tested. After several family members tested positive for lacking a cancer-blocking gene, her family can now take preventative measures to avoid cancer.

Shana Wilson, Breast Cancer Patient (3:25)

Shana discovered she had breast cancer at the young age of 25, much younger than the usual demographic for breast cancer. Baptist Health was able to help her through her struggles and unusual case not only through medicine, but through friendships and support groups.

Diana Foster, Breast Cancer Patient (2:23)

Breast cancer surgery had taken away a part of Diana. Luckily, Baptist Health was able to restore her breasts using tissue from Diana’s on body instead of artificial implants.

Chrissa Newcomb, Breast Cancer Patient (2:44)

Being diagnosed with breast cancer just weeks before her 40th birthday left Chrissa shocked. Baptist Health has helped and encouraged her all the way through treatments and through the encouragement and fellowship of other women fighting breast cancer as well.

Kimberly Templeton, Childbirth Patient (1:23)

Kimberly and Jerome Templeton’s decision to add another child to their family was an easy one. The challenges that soon followed were anything but normal.