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Weekly CHRISTUS Mother Frances-Sulphur Springs Report for March 6th, 2020 by Holly Ragan




Digestive Care

We are fortunate to have care specialists dedicated to your gastrointestinal health right here, close to home.  Our highly trained team provides screening, diagnosis, and advanced treatments for a wide range of complex digestive disorders including colon cancer screening, esophageal disease, stomach and intestinal conditions, large intestine and colon conditions such as ulcerative colitis, and pancreas, liver, and gallbladder conditions.  To schedule an appointment, please contact the CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic Gastroenterology office at 903.885.1770.

Primary Care

Do you have a Primary Care Provider?  As part of our ongoing commitment to the health and wellness of our community, we partner with you to maintain your health with preventative care and treatment of illnesses and injuries.   With a number of providers to serve you close to home, we are happy to assist with annual well visits, sick visits, and much more.  Call our office today to be established with a local provider:  903.885.3181.


Spring Style Show

Hopkins County Healthcare Foundation will host the first SpringStyle Show benefitting the Lights of Life Campaign.  The Style Show will be held on Tuesday, March 17th at 6pm at First United Methodist Church.  Tickets are $25 each, which includes dinner and dessert.  Lou Nell’s will show case their latest fashions just in time for Easter.  You may also purchase a table of 8 for $240 and invite your friends.  To get your tickets, please contact the Foundation office at 903.438.4799, or stop by Lou Nell’s at 122 Lee Street.  We hope to see you there!

Community Preparedness

CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital Sulphur Springs is prepared for any active cases of coronavirus that may come through our clinics/hospital.  All of our infection prevention practices will be effective for not only the Novel Coronavirus, but also for our influenza transmission prevention.  Per CDC guidelines, if you have traveled to China recently or have had close contact with a person known to have the 2019 –nCoV (Coronavirus) illness AND are experiencing fever or symptoms of lower respiratory illness-cough or shortness of breath then contact your primary care physician for further guidance.

**Please note:  Influenza remains the highest risk to our patients and communities at this time.

Article by Holly Ragan, Christus-Sulphur Springs Mother Frances, Senior Market Development 

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