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Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States. Physical activity is the perfect way to prevent heart disease, and it starts young! Teaching our kids fun ways to stay healthy will benefit them for a lifetime. The American Heart Association recommends...
.Hey Mama... We know that #momlife often means you're on the go. Pickup and drop off at school, friends' houses, practice, you name it. When you're out and about it's helpful to have extra items in the car in case of a minor emergency! We've put together a helpful...
We've all seen the common portrayal of a heart attack in movies and television, but a heart attack can be as unique as the individual experiencing it. While there are some common symptoms, not all heart attacks present the same way. February is American Heart Month....
There’s a lot of misinformation out there regarding vaccines. Here are some basics from trusted sources.
Meet our January Spotlight Showcase... Nurse Glory Raley!
Hey Mama – we know you’re busy. Don’t spend extra time worrying about keeping your kids safe in the car. The peace of knowing you have the right carseat will keep you moving right along.
December’s Spotlight Showcase is one of our incredible nurses who has been in medicine for 32 years!
Introducing… Sharon Shepherd-Tatum
We know insurance can feel overwhelming, especially this time of year! It doesn’t have to be that way. Here’s a little insurance guidance when it comes to emergencies.
Help spread a little joy this holiday season by dropping off a donation for Depelchin Children’s Center.
Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, food and most of all – gratitude. This year, Covid-19 is making one of our festive holidays a bit more difficult. There are still ways to share the holiday with your loved ones without sharing coronavirus.
We are please to showcase one of our amazing nurses for this month’s Spotlight Showcase.
Introducing… Leslie Huerta.
It’s not uncommon for kids to fall, or hit their head while playing. Some injuries to the head can cause lasting symptoms, or may become more severe if not treated. While some head injuries may show obvious signs like bleeding, some do not, so it is important to always treat them seriously and have them assessed by a doctor.
It’s respiratory care week! So we thought we’d take a minute to chat about a few of the common lung issues we often see in our facilities.
Throughout the month of October, we are doing our part in Keeping Moms StrongER by raising awareness for breast cancer. Sign up to complete your annual mammogram via the Mobile Mammography Van at Texas Emergency Care Center! November 14, 2020 8:00 AM - 1:30 PM Texas...
There may be ghouls and goblins, but Halloween doesn’t have to be scary for your family! Here’s a few tips to keep your little ones safe this year
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