Anyone who ate at Little Caesar’s in Paragould from July 19 to August 2 should seek vaccination
The team at NEA Baptist Clinic Physical Therapy is organizing the third annual Hope Run 5K to benefit HopeCircle, a free community program of NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation.
The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) recommends all Greene County residents that are 19-60 years of age get vaccinated for hepatitis A (hep A), a press release said.
The first case was performed by Dr. Matt Haustein, cardiologist at NEA Baptist in March, followed shortly after by Dr. D.V. Patel, cardiologist also at NEA Baptist.
“I am so proud of our team for earning this honor,” said Brad Parsons, administrator and CEO of NEA Baptist.
Sunday, June 3, 1 pm – 2:30 pm at the Valley View Church of Christ (4500 Southwest Drive, Jonesboro). The celebration is open to all cancer survivors and their loved ones.
Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge is warning consumers about a lethal opioid that may be lurking in their kitchen pantries – unwashed poppy seeds.
Hep A is usually spread when a person ingests tiny amounts of fecal matter from contact with objects, food or drinks contaminated by the feces, or stool, of an infected person. Hep A can also be spread through unprotected sex or sharing of injection drugs.
NEA Baptist Clinic is welcoming the public throughout the day in the main clinic lobby at 4802 E Johnson Ave, with free information about advance care planning and scheduling visits to assist with the completion of the written advanced directives.
A doctor has utilized the first Bluetooth® enabled pacemaker at NEA Baptist to help regulate the heart of his patient