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A Watson Chapel ninth-grade defensive end, Josh Pierce, lined up for a defensive play during the first quarter of the Monticello at Watson Chapel game, Thursday night, and then collapsed as he got into position for the play.
Mark Cater was honored as Drew Memorial Hospital’s Health Hero for the Month on February for his eternal positive attitude and willingness to help anyone who is in need.
Mark consistently carries Drew Memorial’s Mission, Vision and Values with a smile and a gentle nature. We are proud to have him on our team.
A 31-year-old Monticello man, while visiting a friend or relative in Drew Memorial, allegedly took the opportunity to vandalize at least 20 restrooms in the hospital, taking several unusual items from the “facilities.”
The suspect in this case also made the news a few months ago for the early-morning theft of a forklift.
At their last meetings, both the Monticello City Council and Drew Memorial Hospital board moved their meetings to be held on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 6 PM.
Schedule conflicts of board members was the topic of discussion in both cases.
Drew County hopes to train at least 30 citizens annually on what to do when a person has a heart attack. The training program was greatly enhanced when the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation and the Arkansas Automobile Dealers Association presented a Resusci Anne training unit to the organization in formal ceremonies yesterday at Ryburn Motor Company.
With 28 deaths, statewide because, of the flu, MLive is taking a look at the flu situation from the Drew County perspective.
Several pharmacies and clinics still offer flu shots, which you may want to consider. if you haven’t had one yet.
The Arkansas Department of Education posts on their website school absentee rates by county statewide. each week. (more…)
This year’s flu season is causing severe illness and death in adults between the ages of 25 and 50. It is highly recommended that all individuals in this age group receive a seasonal flu vaccine and promptly visit a doctor should they experience severe flu-like symptoms. Karen Brown, Drew County Health Unit Administrator said, “The flu shot is our best protection against the flu. Not only do you protect yourself from illness and lost time at work, but it is the best way to protect your own family and your community from the flu this year. We know the flu vaccine isn’t 100 percent effective, but it truly can mean the difference between a mild to moderate illness and death.”
At Monday afternoon’s monthly financial meeting, the Drew Memorial Hospital board again addressed the question of whether to build the proposed surgery center ($10,000,000), geriatric psych center ($5,000,000), power plant ($1,000,000), and allied health building doctors office completion.
Their choices are basically:
1. Build all of original projects,
2. Geri-psych unit, power plant, and offices, without surgery center; or
3. None of the above.
Judge Robert Akin introduced Mr. Ron Rooney to the Quorum Court. Rooney is the new interim administrator for Drew Memorial Hospital.
The Auxiliary uses the funds to purchase items for the local hospital, such as the recent purchase of blood pressure equipment and entrance room furniture.
Drew Memorial Hospital would like to thank everyone who helped participate in the THV11/AR Foodbank cereal drive. DMH’s mission is to help improve the health and nutrition of the people in the community. This cereal drive helped feed many hungry Arkansans in our area, by collecting well over 200 boces of cereal for Drew County youngsters..
Pictured left to right: Brittany Sears, Quality/Public Relations Coordinator, Tom Brannon, THV11 Host, Debbie Rush, Marketing Director. DMH was featured on Channel 11 with other organizations who participated. DMH hopes to raise even more for the cereal drive next year.
The Drew HEALTH Coalition hosted an injury prevention event at the Boys and Girls Club, Friday.
Steven Stone, the County Extension Agent from Lincoln County, spoke to the students about ATV Safety followed by an ATV Safety video. There were around 50 students present, and 2 were able to take home ATV helmets that were donated by Lumberjack Yamaha in Warren.
The Drew HEALTH Coalition would like to thank Mr. Stone for educating the children on ATV Safety and the Boys and Girls Club for allowing us to partner with them for this event.
The Drew HEALTH Coalition recenmtly hosted an injury prevention event at the Boys and Girls Club.
Lacye Vance, ATC, Recreational Safety Analyst for the Statewide Injury Prevention Program from the University of Arkansas for Medical Services came to speak to the children about Bike Safety.
The children watched an educational video about Bike Safety and then each child was fitted for a helmet.
There were about 35 students present. The Drew HEALTH Coalition would like to thank Ms. Vance and the University of Arkansas for Medical Services for educating the children on Bike Safety and for providing helmets for all of the children.
The Summer Cereal Drive provides hungry Arkansans with non-perishable breakfast items that are both nutritious and kid friendly. Every year, “THV11” helps fight hunger in Arkansas in the summer months and this year Drew Memorial Hospital will be helping them.
There will be a box in the front entrance of the hospital to drop the breakfast items into. Anyone that would like to help with this cause can bring items and drop them off in DMH’s collection box.
June is National Men’s Health Month. The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to raise awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys.
This month gives health care providers and individuals a chance to encourage men and boys to seek regular medical advice and early treatment for disease and injury.
May is High Blood Pressure Education Month. Did you know nearly 68 million people in the U.S. have high blood pressure? High Blood Pressure, which is also called hypertension, increases the risk for heart disease and stroke, the first and third leading causes of death. There were more than 46 million visits to doctor’s offices for hypertension in 2007.
In Arkansas, nearly 14 percent of pregnant women smoke during pregnancy. This Mother’s Day, the Arkansas Tobacco Quitline is offering pregnant women who smoke expanded services to help them quit for themselves and for their child. Pregnant women receive 10 free one-on-one phone sessions with a personal QuitCoach, which is a more intensive program than for non-pregnant callers.
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