Lee Health is starting to reschedule appointments, surgeries, and
procedures that were delayed during the pandemic. You can be confident
that we will provide the most exceptional care in the safest
New procedures, heart health, chronic conditions, and other essential health information.
Take advantage of virtual health and wellness classes with our trained experts including stress reduction, seminars and cooking demonstrations for the whole family.
These health professionals are highly trained and work with your doctor to provide exceptional care.
It's the most common type of heart arrhythmia in the U.S., and the number is expected to increase. Here's what you can do about A-Fib.
It's an angry world out there. Here are some tips about what you can do to feel better and avoid stress on your heart.
Broken heart syndrome is a real thing: A Lee Health cardiologist provides expert advice on how to cope.
If you’re having nosebleeds but you’re unsure why, this information can help you find a solution.
If you have a chronic health condition, here are some things beyond the medicine cabinet that may help you find relief.
A quick rundown of your options to help you through the thick of cold and flu season.
No matter the circumstance, no matter the distance, getting behind the wheel when you are tired is more dangerous than you think.
It's common for people in medically underserved areas to go without regular health care. Lee Community Healthcare is changing all of that.
Cholesterol, mammogram, bone density, and more. Feel in tune with your body and find out what you need to stay healthy.
Change your habits and learn to live the kind of life that drastically cuts the risk of heart disease. Here are nine things you can recognize and improve today.
To help reduce your risk of exposure, remember these tips to keep you and your family safe.
Are telemedicine services worth your time? Five things to help you decide.
For 25 years, our team has jumped into action to treat victims of trauma, the leading cause of death among Floridians younger than 44.
Children face unimaginable challenges when dealing with cancer. Read more about these youngsters, their families, and how Golisano Children’s Hospital is helping.
You can still live a full, active life with diabetes.
Pain eats away at you and keeps you from doing what you love. It’s time to stop suffering. Check out these things you can do long-term to help you live a better life.
Vaccines save lives, but measles deaths and misinformation are increasing. Learn more about vaccine history and how to keep yourself safe.
Men and women are not created equally when it comes to heart attacks. Risk factors and atypical symptoms mean women should pay closer attention to their bodies.
Five ways to sit up straight today.
The cold and flu season looms, so don’t take any chances. Dive into all the reasons you and your family need to get the influenza vaccination today.