Hunt Regional Medical Center Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit is offering free and confidential memory screenings.
Connection clears the way for local health care providers and patients to access electronic patient records throughout the state of Texas
Less than one week is left before Bras for the Cause takes over downtown Greenville with its “Lifter Upper” theme. This year’s event will take place Thursday, Oct. 12.
Hunt Regional Medical Center recently installed two automated external defibrillators (AEDs) for public access, thanks to a donation by Hunt Regional’s auxiliary group. An AED is a portable device that checks the heart’s rhythm and can send an electric shock to the heart to try to restore a normal rhythm.
The cardiac services team at Hunt Regional Medical Center has treated around 150 patients since the grand re-opening of the hospital’s cardiac catheterization lab in June. In addition to left and right heart caths, the staff reports that stent placements are also among their top three most frequent procedures performed.
Vaccinating our children is commonplace in the United States. But many adults don’t know which vaccines they need, and even fewer are fully vaccinated. For example, in 2014, only 28 percent of adults ages 60 and older had received a shingles vaccine and only 20 percent of adults older than 19 had received a Tdap vaccine.
Four local high school seniors were honored at luncheon as recipients of the R. Irvin Morgan Scholarship. The R. Irvin Morgan Scholarship honors the late Dr. Morgan who was the longstanding chief of pathology at Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville.
Feeling normal during cancer treatment can be challenging, particularly for a woman who has undergone breast cancer treatment. Bras for the Cause wants to help bring that beautiful feeling back, starting with “Table Talk,” a new event for 2017. Hosted at the Texan Theater, the luncheon is scheduled for June 20 and will feature an open panel discussion led by Barb Horan.
Hunt Regional Healthcare announced the re-opening of the cardiac catheterization lab at Hunt Regional Medical Center in Greenville at a press conference June 1. The cath lab will benefit patients with on-site, rapid diagnosis and treatment, which can save lives and reduce heart damage.
Hunt Regional Healthcare hosted their first Leaders in Employee Wellness event May 9 at the Texan Theater. The event honored area human resources personnel, school district nurses, safety managers, and other wellness professionals.