Do you or a loved one suffer from COPD? Here is a great resource to help you or your loved one cope with COPD. Feel free to print this out and use it on a daily basis. NARMC... best of care, close to home.
It is that time of year... the time when colds, viruses and germs are passed around frequently. Did you know that washing your hands, can protect you and your family this winter? Keep these simple hand washing tips in mind. NARMC hopes you and your family stay healthy this winter. NARMC is always here for you---whether you have a winter cold or a more serious emergency. Providing the best of care, close to home... NARMC.
Holiday gatherings typically revolve around food. When you are trying to make healthy choices, potlucks and holiday meals may seem daunting. You don’t have to deprive yourself of your favorite treats this holiday season. “The trick during the holidays is choosing which foods you want to invest in,” NARMC Clinical Dietitian Lynetta Smith, MS, RD, LD, said. “Be sure to choose food that you actually enjoy.” Family gatherings, work parties and potlucks are filled with various foo
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center is proud to announce that it has achieved the Silver Safe Sleep Leader certification from Cribs for Kids. Silver Safe Sleep Leader hospitals are committed to reducing infant sleep-related deaths by establishing an infant safe sleep policy and modeling infant safe sleep throughout the health center. “Being a champion of safe sleep is a testament of the quality care NARMC provides to our community,” Dawn Brown, BSN, RN, OB Nurse Manager, s
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center’s (NARMC) Emergency Services Department (EMS) has certified 5,000 individuals in Hands-Only CPR. Recently, the staff of the Harrison Daily Times welcomed the NARMC EMS team during a staff meeting. The group was certified in Hands-Only CPR, which put NARMC’s total certifications over 5,000. “The Hands-Only CPR program is one way that we can educate the public and further our mission of keeping the community healthy and safe,” Director of