The Difference Is How You’re Treated

At SoutheastHEALTH, we combine a passion for healing with compassion for our patients. We’ve assembled the area’s most experienced physicians and equipped them with the latest technology – all backed by a dedicated staff of nurses and technicians.

And while that all sounds good on paper, in practice it sounds even better. Watch as our patients describe their own SoutheastHEALTH experience – in their own words. When we say the difference is how you’re treated, this is what we’re talking about. Their stories are a testament to the quality care that all our patients receive, each and every day.

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"I am so grateful to the rapid response of the fire department and paramedics and doctors who treated me."

“I think we all have a positive attitude going forward because we have God and each other. We don’t look at the genetic testing as a negative. I think we looked at it as something that gave us hope, so that my kids wouldn’t have to go through cancer treatment.”

Eddy Stockman never saw it coming. One minute, he was drinking coffee with his buddies at The Depot diner in East Prairie, Missouri. The next, he was slumped on the floor, the victim of a cardiac arrest.

"They took care of us, the whole family."

“Hope is knowing there are awesome people in this world who help you through the most difficult time in your life. That’s what the hospice crew did for us.”

“Hope is a great expectation of coming out on top, a winner, to God be the glory.”

“I was also lucky to be at the right place, at the right time. The doctors, and everyone, did wonders with me.”

“I’ve learned that life is precious and that you are not always guaranteed tomorrow."

Willa Welter is a petite blond whirlwind. She exudes warmth, is outgoing, blessed with boundless energy and has a true fondness for clients at her styling salon, Great Clips in Cape Girardeau. In short, she’s all heart.

"The Cancer Center doesn’t feel like a hospital. All the doctors were great."

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