• Deborah Pace

    At age 54, then Deborah Jones, didn't think she had any serious health issues. She had asthma and high blood pressure, but those were being controlled by medication. So when she began having breathing difficulties on an October morning in 2014, she assumed it was the asthma acting up. Instead she was experiencing a life-threatening heart attack that would take her to Capital Regional Medical Center for expert care.

  • Ernie Ledington

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    12/28/2016

    Ernie Ledington is the busy CEO of Advanced Access Control of Tallahassee. So it isn’t unusual that he tried to ignore the bouts of severe pain he was having due to chronic diverticulitis.

  • Gene Wright

    Gene Wright, mayor of the panhandle town of Malone, Florida, knows what he is talking about when he says Capital Regional Medical Center is one of the best hospitals around.

  • Debra Taylor

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    12/21/2016

    For years, 58-year-old Debra Taylor was faithful about getting her annual mammogram. But for some reason she just didn't get around to having the all-important screening exam in 2013.

  • Kent Johnson

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    12/21/2016

    As the owner of Florida Motor Sports dealership,Tallahassee resident Kent Johnson is always on the go, but one Friday in March, he was forced to slow down when he began experiencing pain in his lower right side.

  • William Hinson

    When William Hinson, a 67-year-old resident of Havana, had a heart attack and was rushed by ambulance to the hospital in April 2013, everything happened so fast.