Georgia Regents Health System in the Headlines

Georgia Regents Health System clinicians are often sought locally and regionally for their expertise in various health topics. Through a combination of newspapers, magazines and television newscasts, experts at GHS Health System are quoted more than 500 times in a given calendar year. Here are a few of those national articles and news stories.

Irritable bowel syndrome
Dr. Satish Rao, director of the GHS Digestive Health Center, explains why IBS is difficult to treat in U.S. News & World Report.

Kids & bedwetting
Pediatric Urologist Dr. Jeffrey M. Donohoe provides advice on bedwetting in this expert Q&A for

Much ado about MRSA
Pediatric Emergency Physician Dr. James Wilde helps explain MRSA to Augusta Family Magazine readers.

Know your calcium score
Cardiologist Dr. Sheldon Litwin tells Georgia Magazine readers that calcium scores can predict heart disease.

Weight-loss surgery
Surgeon Dr. Michael Edwards and Psychologist Dr. Christian Lemmon discuss bariatric surgery in Georgia Trend. 

Best Doctors in America
Neurosurgery Chief Dr. Cargill Alleyne is among America’s Best Doctors. Augusta Magazine has the complete list, which includes more than 75 specialists with Georgia Health Sciences.

Psychologist Dr. Sandra Sexson explains how to answer a child's awkward question in this Parents magazine article.
Nephrologist Dr. Pamela Fall explains a few natural remedies for women to prevent kidney stones in Woman's World magazine.