Choosing healthy food options is extremely important to your overall health, but you also need to make sure your food is safe for consumption. The USDA offers the following tips regarding food safety. CLEAN: Wash Hands and Surfaces Often Bacteria can be spread throughout the kitchen and get onto hands, cutting boards, utensils, counter tops, and food. Wash your hands with warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds before and after handling food and after using the bathroom o
Summer is approaching and with it comes more outdoor activities and adventures. With all the fun, comes a chance of injury. When injured or feeling sick, it is important to know what type of care you need. NARMC offers primary care, acute care and emergency care, but how do you know when to go where? Check out the table below with details! No matter your need, NARMC is here for you and your family 24/7!
Medical Laboratory Professionals Week is April 21-27, 2019. NARMC is thankful for the entire Lab team for their hard work and dedication to achieving timely and precise results every day! The lab is full of team members that make sure tests are done properly behind the scenes! Below is a look at the windows outside of the lab celebrating National Lab Week: The team celebrated by enjoying the delicious cupcakes pictured below. Thank you, Lab team, for all that you do for the N
NARMC’s Outpatient Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Center offers therapy ranging from physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and more. We are spotlighting our occupational therapy in April for National Occupational Therapy Month. According to Occupational Therapist, Amanda Williams, occupational therapists and physical therapists are similar. “Both are rehabilitation professionals who strive to help their patients succeed, both evaluate and set treatment go
North Arkansas Regional Medical Center (NARMC) staff and members of the AR SAVES team offered tours of the Mega Brain in Deer and Mt. Judea recently. About 250 Deer students and 190 from Mt. Judea toured the brain. The Mega Brain is a tool offered by the AR SAVES program and teaches the public about the signs and symptoms of a stroke along with insight into other brain conditions and diseases. The NARMC team also had the opportunity to visit with Tina James, LPN, with the Jas