Hear directly from our patients what it’s like to be at Allegiance Health. It may be helpful if you are facing surgery or a hospital stay and want to know what to expect. Louie Ambs, who received a double hip replacement says, “I know that where you go for surgery is a personal choice, but I tell people to at least consider Allegiance Health before going out of town. The care is excellent, and it is so much easier on families when you stay close to home.”

Cancer

  • Diana Miller underwent a double mastectomy and chemotherapy treatments at the Gayle M. Jacob Cancer Center. Looking back, she said, “It was an absolutely fantastic experience. I really can’t think of a single thing I would change or improve.” More …

  • Mickey Kerwin is cancer free and enjoying life again after completing extensive radiation treatment at Allegiance Health. More …

  • Jackson veterinarian Melissa Owings Wilcox discovered she had breast cancer a few months after she turned 40, with the results of her very first mammogram. More …

  • When you are told you have cancer, everything stops. You depend on family and friends to carry you through the challenges and crises. More …

  • In August of 2008, Mary Spring first heard the words that nearly everyone dreads: “You have cancer.” In Mary’s case, it was breast cancer. More …

  • “I wish everyone diagnosed with prostate cancer could have the kind of experience I had. I was in the hospital just one day for surgery, and now I am cancer free." More …

  • “If there is one thing I want to do, it is to convince people not to put off having a colonoscopy. My experience has taught me that this test is too important to postpone.” More …

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