Our Culture Builder Awards recognize employees and departments who have demonstrated excellence through each of our organization’s five pillars: growth, finance, service, quality, and people.
Wedding gowns are one of the most expensive purchases made for a wedding ceremony. But unlike pictures and other wedding keepsakes, they are often never revisited after the big day. The idea of angel gowns for parents who have experienced the death of a baby has helped find a new use for those aging wedding gowns, adding a small touch of beauty to otherwise tragic circumstances.
Join us for a heart-healthy event as we share tips on taking care of your heart while celebrating the one-year anniversary of Hunt Regional’s cardiac cath lab. Featuring presentations by Dr. Roger Belbel & Dr. Ahad Hassan of Greenville Cardiovascular Associates.
Recent Greenville High School graduate Kaylee Bobbitt was honored at a May 23 luncheon as the recipient of the 2018 R. Irvin Morgan Scholarship. The scholarship honors the late Dr. Morgan who was the longstanding chief of pathology at Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville.
Temperatures in Texas are already nearing triple digits. Some people are more at risk of developing a heat-related illness than others, including older adults, outdoor workers, children, and people with chronic medical conditions.
Hunt Regional welcomed two new board members at their May 22 meeting. Sarah Alderman and Scott Pierce, D.O., join the board as representatives of Precincts 4 and 2, respectively.
If you have diabetes, your chance of developing nerve damage caused by diabetes increases the older you get and the longer you have diabetes. Managing your diabetes is an important part of preventing health problems such as diabetic neuropathy.
Preeclampsia is a health problem that some women develop after about 20 weeks of pregnancy. Preeclampsia is usually mild, but it can be dangerous and even deadly for both a pregnant woman and her unborn baby.
Emergency department nurse Natasha Cadenhead, RN, was named the 2018 Nurse of the Year this month. A peer-selected award, each year Hunt Regional nurses choose one exceptional nurse to honor as Nurse of the Year during National Nurses Week.
Because of social taboos, many patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) are reluctant to talk about their symptoms or seek medical care. It’s important that patients with any type of health need talk with their doctor about obtaining a diagnosis and getting appropriate care without being embarrassed.