We’ve spent the last decade proving that bras rock and so do you! Plug in your glue gun, crank up your creativity, and join us for the 2018 bras for the cause kick-off party where you can purchase your bras rock t-shirt, pick up a yard sign for your home or business, and get more details on how to enter a bra.
It can be hard to get rid of bed bugs once they are in your home. The best way to avoid bed bugs is to regularly check for them. Follow these simple steps to help prevent bed bugs.
The Texas Society for Respiratory Care (TSRC) has named Amber Maynard, BSRC, RRT-NPS-ACCS, RCS, its Practitioner of the Year-Management for 2018. Maynard is the director of cardiopulmonary for Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville.
The Texas Department of State Health Services has recognized the Truett and Margaret Crim Maternity Center at Hunt Regional Medical Center for its participation in the Texas Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program. A certificate was presented in honor of the hospital’s commitment to administering the hepatitis B vaccine at birth.
Hunt Regional Healthcare honored Andrea Rico as the 2018 PCA of the Year during a special luncheon in June. The award is selected from nominees received by Hunt Regional PCAs and nursing staff.
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.