Our web site is here to help you manage your family?s health and wellness. Spalding Regional Hospital and its affiliated physicians provide quality health services to you, your family and the communities we serve.

At Tenet, we believe that building partnerships with physicians is a major way to secure a successful future in the rapidly evolving health care industry. Over the years, we have assisted thousands of physicians in launching their medical careers.
Tenet offers a wide variety of rewarding and challenging practice opportunities through members of their respective medical staffs in communities that will fit everyone’s lifestyle and career goals.

If you’re a physician that would like more information regarding practice opportunities please click here.

Whether you’re a size five or a size 22 like Shaquille O’Neal, your feet are an important part of your body structure. With their 52 bones (about one-quarter of all the bones in your body), your feet log about 75,000 miles by the time you’re 50 years of age. With this much activity, it’s important that you take care of your feet. Read more by clicking on the link above.

Some mornings it?s tough to get out of bed. You may feel stiff. Joints may ache. For many, these symptoms will fade as the day progresses. For others, it may seem to never go away. This may be an indication of arthritis, a disease that involves inflammation of one or more joints. Read about this painful condition by clicking on the link above.

Yes, you can pack nutritious and delicious lunches that your kids will actually eat. Bet you?ve had the brown bag blues before. Chances are when you were a child, someone packed a nice lunch for you to eat at school, and you sent some portion of it to the garbage untouched. Perhaps it was the soggy sandwich or the banana that got bruised in the bottom of your book bag that got you down. Now you?re the one packing the lunches, and you want to be sure the food you send is feeding your children?not the garbage can. How do you keep the brown bag blues away?