On Wednesday, Dec. 20, NARMC's ambulances moved into their new home on North Main Street in Harrison. Nine of the 13 NARMC ambulances will be stationed in Harrison. The new building marks the first time in NARMC EMS's 48 year history that all EMS services are under one roof. Facts to know about the new station: 14,100 square feet 13 ambulance bays EMS receives 20-30 calls a day NARMC will host a grand opening event for the new EMS station sometime in 2018.
Shirley Larson sits patiently in her wheelchair. “Ok, Shirley, reach up there and ring the bell,” she is told. Shirley looks around the room and smiles. The day has finally come. She reaches for the green cord and pulls it while people around her ring small, handheld bells. She covers her ears and grins from ear to ear. Friends and family cheer as they pull out their phones to capture perfect photo. Shirley’s cancer treatment has come to an end and today is graduation day. Nu
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It is officially flu season in our north central Arkansas. “We have had patients test positive for influenza recently,” Dr. John Leslie said. “The best way to avoid getting the flu is an annual flu vaccination. Frequent handwashing also helps prevent getting sick during the flu season.” If you think you may have the flu or have been exposed to someone who tested positive for the flu, you should be tested for the flu within 24-48 hours. According to Dr. Leslie, most cases of t
The holiday season is commonly described as “the most wonderful time of the year,” but that’s not the case for everyone. With shorter days and busy schedules, it is easy to start to feel stressed, overworked, worn out and even sad. Many Americans suffer from seasonal depression or Seasonal Affective Disorder which typically occurs during winter. “Seasonal Affective Disorder occurs around the same time each year,” Stephanie Mallett, APRN said. “There are more than 3 million re