Lift Magazine - Owensboro Health

Skip to Content

Lift Magazine

The Summer 2018 edition of LIFT Magazine is all about lifting your wellness to the next level!

Within these pages, you’ll find stories, photos and more. Some of this edition’s items include:

Fitness Friday, Learn how health and wellness specialists Shiloh Fisher and Seth Sharp use innovative ways to engage Owensboro Health Facebook viewers with tips that encourage and motivate you to stay healthy.

Wellness Wednesday, Owensboro Health registered dietitians Shelby Shelby and Keci Drury bring you healthy eating tips, ideas and simple recipes around 11 a.m. on Wednesday on Facebook.

Wellness at work, Learn what inspired Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital employee, Chad Walker to take better care of himself.

You’ll also get tips and tricks to help you in your own life. From physical and mental wellness to proper diet and healthy habits, LIFT has plenty to offer all our readers.

Read The Summer Issue

Summer Features

Owensboro Health unveils surgical weight - loss program

Our new surgical weight-loss program led by Ravi Alapati, MD, FACS offers patients the expertise of a fellowship-trained surgeon at Owensboro Health Regional Hospital.

Read more


Meet the Hospitalists

Learn more about the hospitalists of Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital: Heather Garrett, MD, Marshall Edward Prunty, MD and Tracey Sloan, APRN, DNP.

Read more


The significance of sleep

How well you sleep can make a big difference for your health. Eighteen million Americans have trouble getting a healthy amount of sleep due to sleep apnea. That's where Kim Howard comes in.

Read more


You Can: Cindy's story

Cindy Reed's life changed with her breast cancer diagnosis. Learn how she is now looking forward to a life filled with love and family after the national-quality cancer care she received at Owensboro Health Mitchell Memorial Cancer Center.

Read more


More than a fitness center

The Healthpark is home base for many programs intended to heal the sick and to improve the health of the communities we serve.

Read more