The Nacogdoches-Lufkin region is among the top-10 areas in the nation for flu activity, according to the most recent Walgreens Flu Index.
Robin Moore just kind of stumbled into her dream job, much in the same way her longtime friend, colleague and soon-to-be replacement, Anita Humphreys did.
It was statistics presented to Texas legislators last year that first hinted at a problem in the state’s nursing facilities, and it was those numbers that spurred the Texas Health Care Association to start taking a closer look at the industry.
According to www.medicare.gov., as a general rule a person living or traveling abroad, otherwise covered with Medicare Parts A and B, will continue to have Medicare coverage, however (and this is an important “however”) must return to the United States to receive the care. Medical expenses, …
Nacogdoches police officers and the nurse after competing in the Reebok Ragnar Relay from Bastrop to Luckenbach from March 31 to April 1. Pictured from left are: (back row) Corey Seymore, (NPD); Brian Paddleford (NPD); Justin Henderson (SFAPD); Rachel Pierce (NPD); Mike Kelly (NPD); Laura Ha…
Reebok Ragnar Relay competitors (from left): Brian Paddleford (NPD); Brad Waguespack (NPS); Nick Stewart (NPD); Mike Kelly (NPD); and Justin Henderson (SFAPD). The safety gear the runners wore at night was donated by Nite Ize, which sponsored the team for the race with the equipment.
In extreme cases, children removed from dangerous homes or environments may have to spend the night at Harold’s House in Nacogdoches while arrangements are made for them. The non-profit organization worked to make the room feel inviting and comfortable for any victims that may need to use it.
Elizabeth Pedersen receives a free flu shot from Anthena Johnson, LVN, at the Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital booth at the 2015 Live Well Expo at the Nacogdoches County Civic Center.