Healthcare Information

National Hospital Week

National Hospital Week is an opportunity to highlight our hospitals, health systems, and health care workers and the innovative ways they are supporting the needs of their community members, especially during this pandemic. During this week we honor our hard-working team that has been at the forefront of COVID-19.

Women\’s Health Week

Women\’s Health Week is a reminder for women and girls, especially during the outbreak of COVID-19, to make their health a priority. As part of the week, women are encouraged to schedule their annual wellness visits and continue to protect themselves from COVID-19.

National Nurses Week

In the last year, nurses shown us the vital role they play in healthcare every day. During National Nurses Week, we celebrate our nurses and thank them for all their hard work, and their dedication to protecting our residents while continually providing quality care.

National Interprofessional Healthcare Month

National Interprofessional Healthcare Month acknowledges the importance of inter professional practice and education. We recognizes that quality health care is provided collaboratively by professionals of multiple disciplines. Health care benefits from the diverse knowledge and skills of a range of health care professionals. This month we recognize that quality healthcare is in the public\’s interest …

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Autism Awareness Month

This April we proudly recognize National Autism Month! Let’s celebrate the resilience of those with autism & applaud their unique talents! Let\’s create better awareness, to inform and encourage communities to celebrate differences, & become more inclusive of individuals with autism. Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized …

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Brain Injury Month

There are more than 5.3 million children and adults in the United States who are living with a permanent brain injury-related disability. That is one in every 60 people. Brain Injury Month aims to de-stigmatize brain injuries and increase the understanding of these injuries as a chronic condition.