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Living History: Memorial’s longtime employees help tell the hospital’s story

Karen Strickland, Velma Johnson, Helen Wright, Nancy Sims, Donna Rudzik, Carolyn Lucas, Ima Asher and Betty Porter have a combined working experience of almost three centuries at Hopkins County Memorial Hospital, recently recounted some of their memories of working at the hospital:

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Free Childbirth & Newborn Care Classes Sept. 26, in the Plaza Conference Room In the Memorial Medical Plaza

Our facility is pleased to offer free childbirth classes for the expectant parents in our community.
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FINAL Chance to Purchase Brick Pavers

oday, Wednesday, Sept. 23, is the LAST DAY to purchase brick pavers that are being installed on the new front entrance walkway at Memorial Hospital.

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I AM JUST LIKE YOU: Memorial Hospital’s CARE unit can help people rehabilitate from the most debilitating conditions

I guess my life was pretty normal. I was born in 1942, when The War was consuming everything. My dad was a builder, and instead of entering the military, he was sent south to build ships. My mother, like most in that day, stayed home to raise two boys and work to help support the family. My family has been living in the Sulphur Springs area for three generations and Mom worked for J.C Penny Company to help keep us afloat. Most of my childhood was uneventful — we went to school, played sports, worked a little and created much of our own fun.

SEE? I AM JUST LIKE YOU

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Better care, pay less: Some communities find a way

WASHINGTON (AP) — If you pay the mechanic $1,000 to fix your transmission and it breaks again next week, the garage should find and fix the problem for free. So if you get an infection following open-heart surgery because the doctor forgot an antibiotic, why are you charged extra to clear up the wound?
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Sanjay Gupta MD (video)
Finally, straight answers about your health.
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    Sanjay Gupta interviews two brothers, both doctors, who were imprisoned in Iran while treating HIV/AIDS patients.
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    CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks with virologist Nathan Wolfe about finding infectious diseases before they spread too far.
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  • What’s the best way to blow your nose?
    When a cold strikes, nose blowing is often the easiest and fastest way to relieve symptoms. But people who blow with hurricane force can prolong their suffering. One expert, Neil Schachter, medical director of the Respiratory Care Department at New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital, explains how to recognize an improper nose blow.
  • Donors and WHO responded too slowly to West Africa Ebola outbreak, report says
    The World Health Organization (WHO) and the nations that fund it failed to respond quickly and effectively to the deadly West Africa Ebola outbreak despite repeated warnings by aid agencies, a UK parliamentary committee said on Thursday.
  • Ebola fears speed changes in US hospital record systems
    The worst Ebola outbreak on record, and its spread beyond West Africa, has accelerated changes in how U.S. hospitals address the threat of infectious diseases, say health IT companies and industry experts.
  • Go ahead, lie about your age
    People who feel younger at heart live longer. A new study shows those people are among a group who have a lower death rate, compared with those who felt their age or older.
  • Go ahead, lie about your age
    People who feel younger at heart live longer. A new study shows those people are among a group who have a lower death rate, compared with those who felt their age or older.
  • The debilitating outbreak sweeping the Americas
    Its name means "bending over in pain." It has no treatment or vaccine. Its symptoms resemble Dengue fever. And it has infected more than 1 million people -- 155 of them fatally -- since spreading to the Americas one year ago.

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