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Free Stop the Bleed classes offered

05/14/2019

Free Stop the Bleed classes offered

Hunt Regional auxiliary group purchases AEDs for public safety

09/30/2017

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.

Hunt Regional Emergency Medical Center at Quinlan celebrates one year anniversary

04/28/2017

A celebration was held April 19 in honor of Hunt Regional Emergency Medical Center at Quinlan being open for one year. Since opening its doors in March 2016, the full-service freestanding emergency department has treated more than 15,400 patients.

Hunt County AMR hosts 19th annual banquet

01/26/2017

The 19th annual AMR banquet was held Jan. 13, recognizing all local first responders for their efforts throughout the year. At the banquet, first responders and their families enjoyed a BBQ dinner. In addition to the awards presented at the banquet, attendees also enjoyed a slide show featuring highlights from 2016.

Regional trauma council awards AMR grant

01/13/2016

Hunt County Emergency Medical Services (AMR) was recently awarded a $10,350 grant by the North Central Texas Trauma Regional Advisory Council (NCTTRAC). The grant money will be used for EMS training for first responders.