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CMFH-SS COVID-19 Response Includes Entry Screenings, Virtual Medicine, Chatbot
Mar31

CMFH-SS COVID-19 Response Includes Entry Screenings, Virtual Medicine, Chatbot

CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital-Sulphur Springs Celebrates Doctor’s Day, Welcomes New Wound Care Associate, Prepares For Blood Drive A CMFH-SS News Release — CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs has ONE mission: To Extend the Health Ministry of Jesus Christ. Happy National Doctor’s Day, a day celebrated to recognize the contributions of physicians to individual lives and communities. CMFH-SS appreciates you...

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City Of Sulphur Springs Establishes Small Business Assistance Program In Response To COVID-19
Jul07

City Of Sulphur Springs Establishes Small Business Assistance Program In Response To COVID-19

Applications Available Online And Will Be Accepted Beginning At 8 a.m. July 8 Sulphur Springs City Council Tuesday night authorized the establishment of a small business assistance program in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Qualifying small Sulphur Springs businesses can download the application starting Tuesday evening from the COVID-19 Business Resources menu on the City of Sulphur Springs’ website to seek up to $2,500 in...

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TWC Approves $790 Million Assistance Package To Help Child Care Providers Impacted By COVID-19
May05

TWC Approves $790 Million Assistance Package To Help Child Care Providers Impacted By COVID-19

TWC News Release AUSTIN – The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) authorized $790 million to support the stability of the child care sector and assist providers in responding to impacts of the COVID-19 public health emergency. These funds, which will be provided to all regulated child care providers, will assist them in addressing the increased operating expenses they have faced as a result of the pandemic. The funding comes from $1.1...

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CMFH-SS Hosts May 1 Blood Drive In Response To Worst Blood Shortage In Decades
Apr29

CMFH-SS Hosts May 1 Blood Drive In Response To Worst Blood Shortage In Decades

Sulphur Springs, Texas, April 29, 2021 – CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital – Sulphur Springs has ONE mission:To Extend the Health Ministry of Jesus Christ. By Holly Ragan, Senior Market Development, CHRISTUS® Mother Frances Hospital – Winnsboro/Sulphur Springs The current blood shortage is the worst in decades – We need your help! Carter BloodCare is hosting a blood drive in the CBC bus at CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital –...

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Texas A&M System COVID-19 Protocols For Rest Of Semester
Mar08

Texas A&M System COVID-19 Protocols For Rest Of Semester

The Texas A&M System COVID-19 COVID-19 protocols will remain in place for the final 6-8 weeks of the spring 2021 semester at all Texas A&M System institutions, according to John Sharp, Chancellor for the The Texas A&M University System. Sharp cited the “amazing job” the Texas A&M System institutions have done over the last year in response to the pandemic and protecting the health of our faculty, staff and...

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Jan. 18 COVID-19 Update: 5 New Cases, 135 Active Cases
Jan18

Jan. 18 COVID-19 Update: 5 New Cases, 135 Active Cases

While there were no new COVID-19 recoveries, no new fatalities were reported either on Monday. Half as many new cases were reported on Monday as on Sunday, and there were less COVID-19 patients in Trauma Service Area F hospitals on Jan. 18 than on Jan. 17, according to Texas Department of State Health Services Jan. 18 COVID-19 updates. COVID-19 Case Counts Only five new COVID-19 cases were reported on Monday, four confirmed cases and...

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Jan. 12 COVID-19 Update: 2 Fatalities,12 New Cases, 6 Recoveries, 239 Active Cases
Jan12

Jan. 12 COVID-19 Update: 2 Fatalities,12 New Cases, 6 Recoveries, 239 Active Cases

Texas Department of State Health Services and Hopkins County/Sulphur Springs Emergency Management’s Jan. 12 COVID-19 updates show a slight increase in COVID-19 recoveries in Hopkins County and the patient count in the local COVID unit remained unchanged on Tuesday. However, two additional COVID-19 fatalities have been confirmed for Hopkins County and an average of 12 new coronavirus cases have been reported daily this week and...

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Jan. 11 COVID-19 Update: 15 New Cases, 4 Recoveries, 236 Active Cases
Jan11

Jan. 11 COVID-19 Update: 15 New Cases, 4 Recoveries, 236 Active Cases

Although the patient count in the local hospital COVID unit decreased at least 10 percent, the overall case counts increased in Hopkins County, and COVID-19 hospitalizations continued to rise in Trauma Service Area F and across the state as a whole, according to Texas Department of State Health Services and Hopkins County/Sulphur Springs Emergency Management Jan. 10 COVID-19 reports. Case Counts The DSHS Jan. 11 COVID-19 Texas Case...

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COVID-19 Situation Reaches Dire Levels In Hunt County
Jan08

COVID-19 Situation Reaches Dire Levels In Hunt County

With record numbers of COVID-19 patients in Hunt County Regional Hospital, Richard Carter, Hunt Regional Healthcare CEO released the following open letter to the citizens of their county. To the citizens of Hunt County, I am writing to update you on the seriousness of the current spread of COVID-19 in our area and our vaccine administration process. Moreover, I am writing to inform you of the dire situation of local healthcare...

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January 3, 2021 COVID-19 Update: Only 1 ICU Bed Remains Open In Region
Jan03

January 3, 2021 COVID-19 Update: Only 1 ICU Bed Remains Open In Region

As local Hopkins County officials wait for direction from Governor Abbott’s office on latest state mandated occupancy restrictions, the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 continues to rise in our region as well as across the state. The latest Texas DSHS Dashboard shows only 1 ICU bed is open and available in the 8 county region known as Trauma Service Area F. This same region now has a COVID-19 hospitalization rate of...

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