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Summer is a critical time for food pantries in our community—schools are out, free and reduced lunch programs do not operate and children are at a higher risk of going hungry. Pantries are not...
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PMC Earns Annual Gallup Great Workplace Award

Twenty-Five Organizations Receive the Fourth Annual Gallup Great Workplace Award The world's top-performing companies help lead the global economy by engaging their workforces. These companies un...
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Patrick Sonser, MD, appointed Medical Director of Rehabilitation Medicine for Parrish Medical Center

Parrish Medical Center is pleased to announce that Patrick Sonser, MD, was appointed as  medical director of Rehabilitation Medicine. As medical director of Rehabilitation Medicine for Par...
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PMC Now Offers Transradial Cardiac Catheterizations

Faster, safer, more comfortable, and reduced hospital stay Parrish Medical Center’s Cardiovascular Care program now offers transradial catheterizations, which reduces recovery time, i...
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New Sleep Apnea Support Group - A.W.A.K.E.

Parrish Sleep Disorder Center will host monthly A.W.A.K.E. support group meeting at the Parrish Healthcare Center at Port St. John, located at 5005 Port St. John Parkway (I-95 and PSJ Pkwy exit). The...
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Empower Kids with Kidz ‘N Power

Free Interactive Child Safety Seminar Will Focus On Confidence Building  Is your child safe? Confidence is the key! When you empower your child, you teach them to confidently make choi...
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Endoscopy Unit Recognized for Quality and Safety

The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE), a leading gastrointestinal medical society, has recognized Titusville, Fla.-based Parrish Medical Center’s Endoscopy Unit as part of...
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Cover the Uninsured Week is March 14-20

Forty-six million Americans are uninsured. More than 9 million of them are children. More than eight out of 10 are in working families. They are our friends, neighbors and colleagues--forced to gamble...
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Magic Dancers and Arcadian Broad Perform at Day of Dance

If you’ve got rhythm, or even the occasional urge to “bust a move” on the dance floor, you can groove your way over to Sand Point Park in Titusville on Saturday, February 27 for the...
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Two More Gold Seals of Approval™ for Healthcare Quality

Parrish Medical Center has earned two more Gold Seals of Approval™ for healthcare quality. The Joint Commission awarded Parrish Medical Center with the Disease-Specific Care certification for...
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Parrish Healthbridge: Healthcare Simplified

For education, breaking news or a message from your physician, HealthBridge will get it to you quickly.

  • Healthy Living

    Getting Prepared

    Having the right information on hand during an emergency can save lives. This short list can help make sure you have the necessary informati...

  • Healthy Living

    Spot A Stroke F.A.S.T.

    May is stroke awareness month.An easy way to remember the signs of a stroke is to remember F.A.S.T.FACE DROOPING: Does one side of the face...

  • Healthy Living

    Evaluate Weight Loss Claims

    Losing weight is hard. So hard, in fact, that Americans spend billions of dollars per year to get help doing it, from exercise programs to d...

  • Healthy Living

    Be SMART About Losing Weight

    Like anything else in life, having a plan is one of the best ways to make healthy lifestyle changes successfully. If you’re embarking on an...

  • Healthy Living

    A Powerful Weight-Loss Tool

    If you want to lose weight, a food journal could spell success. According to the National Weight Control Registry’s ongoing research project...

  • Healthy Living

    Fair Warning

    A sustained high blood sugar (glucose) level is a serious problem for people with diabetes. But glucose isn’t always the villain it’s made o...

  • Healthy Living

    Should You See a Wound Specialist?

    If you have a wound that will not heal naturally after 30 days, it may be time to contact a wound specialist. At Parrish, patients have acce...

  • Healthy Living

    Avoid Diabetes-Related Foot Problems

    Having high blood glucose (sugar) increases your risk for foot infections. Dry, cracked skin, poor blood flow and decreased feeling due to n...

  • Healthy Living

    The Place to Heal Chronic Wounds

    By Kristine Mulry, PMC wound care program directorThe moment patients step inside either one of the Parrish Wound Healing Centers, they real...

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