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Wound Care at Memorial: Healing Wounds and Changing Lives

 

Most patients are unaware that around the corner from the main hospital building and across from the inpatient rehabilitation center sits a well-established center dedicated to treatment of acute and chronic wounds and hyperbaric medicine.  Wound Care at Memorial, established in 2006, is run by Dr. Han Pham Hulen, MD and her medical staff through Diversified Clinical Services, a national consulting company dedicated strictly to the advances in wound healing including hyperbaric oxygen therapy.  High-pressurized oxygen chambers have been used for many years in the practice of wound healing and the concept of limb salvage (or the prevention of amputation) has been a fairly new concept in the medical community over the last five to ten years.

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Dinner, Dancing, and Digital Mammography: Lights of Life Gala raises the quality of health care in Hopkins County

Saturday’s Lights of Life Gala at the Civic Center is guaranteed to provide one memorable evening of dinner, dancing and fun for all. But the truth is the event is the culmination of hundreds of hours of work by dozens of devoted volunteers to improved the quality of health care for the people of Hopkins County.

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Volunteer Auxiliary are Lights of Life Star Sponsors again

GSC Inc., Mickey McKenzie, and the HCMH Volunteer Auxiliary were recognized during the Lights of Life Kick-off on Tuesday for their generous contribution again this year as a Star Sponsors.

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Sponsors ‘Sparkle’ once again for Lights of Life Campaign

Craig Roberts, co-chair of this year’s Lights of Life campaign, says he is thrilled to announce we have four businesses that are participating as Sparkle Sponsors.

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HCMH Update for Nov. 4, 2009

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Congratulations to Dr. Tris

Dr. Somjai Tris and his family arrived in Sulphur Springs in 1981. He began delivering babies at Hopkins County Memorial Hospital and recently delivered his 10,000th baby.

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    Frustrated residents complained of food shortages in some neighborhoods of Sierra Leone's capital on Sunday as the country reached the third and final day of a sweeping, unprecedented lockdown designed to combat the deadly Ebola disease, volunteers said.

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    If a naked female stands in front of a man, where do his eyes gaze first and why? What judgment can you make about a man based on his hands? The answers to these questions and more are probably not what you think.

  • More women use frozen egg donors to get pregnant, experts say

    “The chances of you using your own eggs are very slim,” Carli , of Long Beach, Calif. remembers her doctor explaining.

  • Why I became a human guinea pig
    Earlier this week, Brian Shepherd sat down in a small doctor's office in Bethesda, Maryland. A technician swabbed his arm and gave him a quick jab with a needle.
  • 8 killed in Guinea town over Ebola fears
    They were traveling to raise awareness about the spread of the deadly Ebola virus. Instead, it seems, they encountered violence.
  • Sleep longer, dream weirder
    Here's a roundup of five medical studies published this week that might give you new insights into your health -they look at artificial sweeteners, our expanding waistlines, teen drug use, the intensity of dreams, and a new way to detect depression.

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