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Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Update for Oct. 21, 2009

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Community Care at Memorial Welcomes Dena Brelsford, PA-C

Community Care at Memorial is proud to welcome Dena Brelsford, PA-C, to the community. Dena will be providing care from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. at 1330 Church St. You are welcome to make an appointment, and walk-ins are welcome. To schedule an appointment you can call 903-885-2961.

Dena is licensed by the Texas Board of Physician Assistants and says she is excited about her role at Community Care. She has a bachelor of science degree in physician assistant studies from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.

Community Care at Memorial accepts most insurance plans. For noninsured individuals, payment is based on a sliding scale. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 903-885-2961.

 

Free childbirth and newborn care classes Saturday, Nov. 7, in the Plaza Conference Room

Memorial Hospital is pleased to offer free childbirth classes for the expectant parents in the community. The classes will be held in the Plaza Conference Room of the Memorial Medical Plaza, the three-story building in front of the hospital. Class times are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a one-hour break for lunch. We will have a 10-couple limit (20 people) so please sign up as soon as possible if you are interested. Also, please bring a pillow and blanket with you to class. The next class date is Saturday, Nov. 7. Contact our Obstetrics Department at 903-439-4090 to register.

 
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