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MCHD ranks 1st in the Texas Panhandle, 2nd in the State of Texas, and 26th in the Nation in the Medicare Value Based Purchasing program.
Watch the video for more information on the significance of this program and what it means for hospital quality.
To view the entire results spreadsheet, CLICK HERE
2015 W.J. Morton Scholarship Applications are now available for students who are interested in pursuing a career in a healthcare related field, specifically in a rural setting.
To download the applications for students, CLICK HERE
The Moore County Family Health Clinic is undergoing an expansion which will effectively double the current space available for patient care. The expansion is a result of excessive demand since the clinic's opening in 2013 and will help to accommodate the addition of Dr. Justin Corbin, Family Practice, who will be be joining the clinic in Summer of 2015. The expansion is scheduled to be completed early summer of 2015.
A new Medical Office Building is being constructed at 1515 E 1st St adjacent to the Medical Office Building that currently houses Drs. Langevin, Bower, and Chudacoff.
The new building will house Dr. Casey Lagan, Orthopedics, and Dr. Chudacoff will move his practice to a double-physician space in the new office to accommodate the addition of Dr. Lauren Schaub, who will be joining his practice in Summer of 2015.
Dr. Goverdhana will be moving into the space that Dr. Chudacoff will be evacuating.
Memorial Hospice is offering a free Grief Support Group to the community for those who need help during a time of need.
The group will meet on Thursdays in April (2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, & 30th) at the Memorial Home Health & Hospice located at 209 South Bliss from 6:00pm to 7:30pm.
For more information call 806-935-4884.
A team from MCHD EMS consisting of Cathy Lopez, Eric Mesa, and Cameron Walker competed with 22 other teams from around the world in the 11th annual JEMS Games, recently held in Baltimore, MD.
Steve Fuston, EMS Director, reported that this was the 2nd year for MCHD EMS to compete and though they did not finish in the top positions, their overall time and ranking was better than highly trained teams from London, New Zealand, and from other teams in the U.S.
Cathy Lopez, Team Captain, said, “The experience of competing with some of the best EMS personnel from around the world is priceless. Getting to interact with, and being able to learn how others execute tasks that every EMS agency performs, helps MCHD EMS to provide that “service excellence” for our patients.”
Personnel are already working on fine-tuning their training for next year’s competition.
MCHD Imaging Services has received grant funds from the Susan G. Komen Foundation in the amount of $47,000 to help fight breast cancer in our community. The funds may be used for mammogram screening and diagnostic testing and treatments for both women and men in the Moore County community.
In order to determine if you qualify for assistance, you may contactMCHD Imaging Services directly at 806-934-7815.
MCHD Imaging Services is a self-referral facility, which does not require a physician's order to schedule mammogram services.
MCHD Imaging Services was honored with a 2015 Best Practices for Breast Health Excellence by the Texas Hospital Association.
MCHD Imaging Services was honored due to the purchase and implementation of the SenoBright contrast enhanced mammography system, which has been a tremendous success in diagnosing cancer and reducing unnecessary biopsies in patients by 41%.
To read more on the Best Practice Case Study, visit the THA website HERE
Value Based Purchasing
1st St Medical Office Bldg
Grief Support Group
11th Annual JEMS Games
Komen Grant Received
Best Practices in Imaging
2015 Moore County Hospital District