Our Top 5 Breast Cancer Articles

With breast cancer being a big part of life’s journey for our patients and their family and friends, we always strive to provide useful information to help them throughout the process. From debunking breast cancer myths, to fundraising tips, to caregiving advice, we...

“A Learning Experience” In HIS Words

by:  Richard M. Kline Jr., M.D. I think the biggest thing I learned was how important it is to have providers you trust when you are facing surgery. For me, this was relatively easy, as my wife worked with these people all the time, and I found them immediately...

Recovery daze…..

By:  Richard M. Kline Jr., M.D   I woke up and wasn’t sure where I was. I thought about it a while, and finally asked. A nurse said “the recovery room.” I asked how long I had been there, and she said “30 minutes.” I asked how long the surgery took, and they said...

Surgery Day (and other tidbits)

By:  Richard M. Kline Jr., M.D My wife took me to the hospital at 6 a.m., and I sat in the preoperative waiting room with the other surgery patients. Eventually my name was called, and I was taken by a female technician to a room to be weighed. I wanted to say “NOT...

The Doctor is Out…..

No worries – he’s back already!  Dr. Kline shares with us his personal experience as a surgical patient and what he has learned from being on the other side of the exam table that will enhance the personal care of his own patients. “The Doctor is...