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New Horizons of the Treasure Coast and Okeechobee is pleased to announce William Wims has assumed the position of Chief Executive Officer and President. more
For the safety of their patients, visitors, physicians, colleagues and community there will be no visitors allowed at Raulerson Hospital. more
In March, the Red Cross showed a drop-off of 86,000 fewer blood donations across the United States... more
In 2020, the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) has made strides in protecting public health. more
University of California – Irvine health sciences researchers have created a machine-learning model to predict the probability that a COVID-19 patient... more
On #WeAreRaulersonWednesday, Raulerson Hospital featured their IT Department who decided to support Okeechobee Healthy Start Coalition... more
In anticipation of Okeechobee County receiving the COVID-19 vaccine... more
Brain Bus is here to help with upcoming virtual events to aid you in better understanding Alzheimer's and dementia. more
The Florida Pharmacy Association (FPA) released comments on the pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) report... more
CDC recommends use of injectable influenza vaccines (including inactivated influenza vaccines and recombinant influenza vaccines). more
Dr. Christine Bishop and Dr. J Patrick Brennan at Brennan Eye Care in Okeechobee will provide free eye care for those in need on Dec. 14. more
After septic shock almost killed her, Melissa Bryant agreed to tell her story in the hope that it might help others to recognize the warning signs before it is too late for someone they love. more
CarePortal, a faith-based initiative to help children at risk of abuse and neglect remain safely at home, launches on the Treasure Coast. more
Join the Brain Bus to learn how to recognize common signs of Alzheimer’s disease. more
Thanks to a recent $1 million grant from the federal Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Rural Communities Opioid Response Program... more
The Florida Department of Health recognizes November as Diabetes Awareness Month... more
For many people, the holiday season will look undeniably different this year. more
As Floridians prepare to celebrate the holidays, it’s important for residents and visitors to take precautions to keep everyone safe. more
On Oct. 13, the Treasure Coast Mental Health Community came together to put on a spectacular film and educational panel discussion. more
Join the Alzheimer’s Association and Charter Research for a special education program about the 10 warning signs of Alzheimer’s. more
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