“Updated” Dr. Arnecke and the Care Unit at HCMH
Oct24

“Updated” Dr. Arnecke and the Care Unit at HCMH

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Foundation Endowment Established
Oct23

Foundation Endowment Established

  Thursday, October 23, 2014, Guaranty Bank & Trust – The Health Care Foundation board of directors are thrilled to announce the establishment of the “Leaving a Legacy” endowment fund. A check presentation will be made Thursday, October 23, 2014 at Guaranty Bank & Trust. The $400,000 presented to Guaranty Bank & Trust Wealth Management group represents six years of donations received and reserved from the success of...

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$400,000 Establishes Health Care Foundation  “Leaving a Legacy” Endowment Fund
Oct23

$400,000 Establishes Health Care Foundation “Leaving a Legacy” Endowment Fund

Thursday, October 23, 2014, Guaranty Bank & Trust – The Health Care Foundation board of directors are thrilled to announce the establishment of the “Leaving a Legacy” endowment fund. A check presentation will be made Thursday, October 23, 2014 at Guaranty Bank & Trust. The $400,000 presented to Guaranty Bank & Trust Wealth Management group represents six years of donations received and reserved from the success of the...

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Memorial Hospital and Clinic Ebola Preparedness
Oct20
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Dr. Darren Arnecke on the Care Unit at Memorial Hospital
Oct15

Dr. Darren Arnecke on the Care Unit at Memorial Hospital

Physical, occupational, and speech therapies present a challenge for those in need of rehabilitative care. For those needing rehab, time, travel, and comfort are often a priority in choosing where and when the service is provided. For those who perform the rehab, the challenge of proper facilities and tools is paramount. Dr. Darren Arnecke, Doctor of Internal Medicine and medical director for the Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Rehab...

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Breast Cancer Awareness at Memorial
Oct09

Breast Cancer Awareness at Memorial

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Radiology Department is extending their hours in an attempt to get more women to schedule screening mammograms. Wearing their pink, Adam Larson, Director of Radiology at the hospital, and Dr. Renita Butler, a Diagnostic Radiologist, discussed their department and screenings on KSST’s Good Morning Show with Enola Gay Wednesday...

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We Need To Be Part of Something Bigger
Sep23

We Need To Be Part of Something Bigger

Hopkins County Memorial Hospital continues to consider partnering with another healthcare entity. CEO Michael McAndrew feels a larger presence will be needed for hospitals in the future. He says at some point the Hospital Board and a Physician Advisory Council will take a look at all possible partners and will rate them. There will be visits here and to the sites of serious contenders before one partner emerges. By Don Julian, KSST...

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The Hospital is Not Closing, This is Just a False Rumor
Sep23

The Hospital is Not Closing, This is Just a False Rumor

Hopkins County Memorial Hospital CEO Michael McAndrew has written a letter to set the record straight concerning the current condition of the hospital. He is encouraging media members to make use of it. The letter says rumors about the hospital closing or facing bankruptcy are false. McAndrew says the hospital has taken steps to retain cash to meet bond obligations. McAndrew has also met with hospital employees to inform them so they...

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H.C.M.H. Health Care Foundation Board Receives Donation

The Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Health Care Foundation Board announced Monday that they have received a very generous donation to the Leaving A Legacy campaign.  Paul and Lilah Newton made the donation, to be used for a 3D/4D sonogram,  in memory of Lilah’s parents Joe Dan and Maurine Sapaugh Avinger, both Hopkins County natives.  Joe Dan owned an independent insurance agency in Sulphur Springs, Avinger Insurance. By Don Julian,...

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Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Board is Expected to Adopt a Higher Tax Rate
Sep21

Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Board is Expected to Adopt a Higher Tax Rate

The Hopkins County Memorial Hospital Board is expected to adopt a tax rate for next fiscal year’s budget that is up 3.63-cents to a maximum 25-cents per $100 valuation at a Monday night meeting at 6 p.m. The board is also expected to consider a non-budgeted fiber upgrade for the Emory clinic.

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