Baptist Health has brought nationally recognized care from Wolfson Children’s Hospital close to home for Clay County residents. US News & World Report ranked Wolfson Children’s one of America’s top 50 children’s hospitals in four specialties.
“I certainly wouldn’t have guessed that in a million years” Deborah Myers, Clay County Resident
“The facility is beautiful, the people are so friendly and I was in and out and on with my day just like that”
Star Mariano, Imaging Patient
The Vucho family in Lake Asbury owns a pool, and with five boys in the house ranging in age from newborn to 10 years old, parents Randy and Brandi took a number of precautions to keep their children safe.
“It’s great they are able to catch these things early like this now. I guess before you’d just die and that was it, I thought everything was fine”
Gary McLaughlin, Clay County Resident.
“We’re not just looking at pneumonia, we’re not just looking at diabetes, we’re looking at the entire person’s health and their family”
Dale Boyd, MD, Baptist Primary Care.
“With this pediatric specialty center and the Baptist Emergency Center, we have become the place for the very best children’s health care in Clay County”
Michael D. Aubin, FACHE
“I love it here for the pure fact that I get to help take care of people I’ve known as long as we’ve lived here”
Mike Hixson, CT technologist