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LMH announces the 14th annual LMH golfing event.
Laughlin Memorial Hospital announces the most exciting golfing event in the state of Tennessee: The 14th Annual Laughlin Memorial Hospital Tennessee Scholarship Pro/Am Tournament and Long Drive Shoot-Out.
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Passport 55 to present “Using Technology for Good Health and Safety”.
Calling all senior citizens. Courtney Ramsey, small business specialist, Verizon Wireless Communication Stores, will present a program at Passport 55 on Thursday, April 17, at 10:00 a.m., Roby Adult Center, 203 College Street.
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Legacy of Caring reception held at Laughlin Healthcare Center.
A reception was held in the Mason Room at Laughlin Healthcare Center on Thursday, March 20, at 5:00 p.m., to dedicate new contributions to Legacy of Caring, a giving program to benefit LHC and to pay tribute to loved ones, whether family or friends.
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LMH to present grief support programs on April 1, 2014.
Celebrate Life and Parent Partners, grief support programs at Laughlin Memorial Hospital, will begin Tuesday, April 1, and continue for eight sessions, each Tuesday and Thursday, ending on Thursday, April 24.
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Passport 55 to present program "Nutritional needs for Individuals over 50.”
On Thursday, March 20, 10:00 a.m., Ashley Head, MS, RD, LDN, registered dietitian, at Laughlin Memorial Hospital, will be available at Passport 55 to provide sensible steps to “Nutritional needs for Individuals over 50.”
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5K Walk/Run to benefit the "Wounded Warrior Project".
5k Cross Country Challenge to benefit the "Wounded Warrior Project" to be held May 3 2014 at 8am.
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Free Eye Care at Annual Visual Clinic
There were approximately 125 individuals in Greene County who were qualified to receive eye exams and free glasses, thanks to this year’s visual clinic facilitated by the Laughlin Health Care Foundation.
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Visual Clinic will be held February 22nd 2014.
Applications for free eyeglasses were taken in October 2013 in the main lobby of Laughlin Memorial Hospital for participation in the Annual Visual Clinic. The clinic will be completed on February 22, 2014.
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Passport 55 to present program on heart healthy Omega 3s.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death among American men and women, claiming well over half a million lives annually. During February’s American Heart Month, make a commitment — to stay healthy and keep hearts strong.
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New board members added to LHCF Board of Trustees.
Laughlin Health Care Foundation is pleased to announce that three new board members have been added to the Board of Trustees. They are Hilary Porta, Bill Carroll, and Justin Jeffers.
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Laughlin Healthcare Foundation to present grief support programs.
“Celebrate Life” and “Parent Partners,” grief support programs of Laughlin Health Care Foundation, will begin Tuesday, February 4, and continue each Tuesday and Thursday for a total of eight, one-hour sessions, ending on Thursday, February 27.
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Passport 55 to present program on "Thyroid Awareness".
Eva K. Fields, Family Nurse Practitioner, Greeneville Internal Medicine, will present a program at Passport 55 on Thursday, January 16, at 10:00 a.m., Roby Adult Center, 203 College Street on “Thyroid Awareness.”
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Passport 55 will present a musical Christmas program.
In celebration of the season, Passport 55 will present a musical Christmas program by a celebrated duo from First Baptist Church. Guy Davis and Charlie Paxton will present a variety of music, including traditional holiday songs and religious carols.
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Dr. Horner's tie quilt on display at LMH.
The late Dr. Nathan P. Horner’s collection of neckties has been beautifully crafted into a creative design and made into a handsome quilt that is now displayed in the front lobby of Laughlin Memorial Hospital.
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2013 Blanche W. Grady Community Service Award recipient.
Judy Bettis was named recipient of the 2013 Blanche W. Grady Community Service Award, presented Thursday evening at the General Morgan Inn.
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Passport 55 to present holiday fire safety lecture.
The public is invited to attend a free lecture, Passport 55, Thursday, November 21, 10:00 a.m. at the Roby Adult Center, 203 North College Street.
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2013 Visual Clinic Application Day.
Applications were taken on October 23 in the main lobby of Laughlin Memorial Hospital for participation in the Annual Visual Clinic. The clinic will be completed on February 22, 2014, when patients will select frames and be fitted for new glasses.
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Passport 55 to present Breast Cancer Awareness program in October.
October is designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Dr. Kevin Delk, TREK Radiology and medical staff member at LMH, will be speaking at Passport 55, Thursday, October 17, 10:00 a.m., Roby Adult Center.
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Tell your Mom, Save a Life.....AND MORE program to start.
Funded by Komen for the Cure for the seventh year, the “Tell your Mom, Save a Life…AND MORE” project is an initiative to raise awareness for breast cancer that utilizes participation with Greeneville City Schools and the Greene County School System.
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The 911 Training Program and Niswonger Dictionary Project to start.
Youth Builders of Greeneville, Greene County 911, Laughlin Memorial Hospital, and Laughlin Health Care Foundation are giving children throughout the community very important supports: the 911 Training Program and Niswonger Dictionary Project.
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Annual Visual Clinic will be held October 23rd, 8:00am to 10:30am.
Plans are being made for the Annual Visual Clinic for those individuals in our community who need this extra health-care support. The clinic is made possible through the Blanche W. Grady Community Service Award.
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Reminder for Grady Award deadline.
The deadline for nominations for the Blanche W. Grady Community Service Award is Friday, October 11. Nominations can be mailed or hand-delivered by 5:00pm to LHC Foundation, 1420 Tusculum Blvd., Greeneville 37745, or emailed to bettyweemes@lmhcare.org.
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Laughlin Health Care Foundation grief support programs to begin.
“Celebrate Life” and “Parent Partners,” grief support programs of Laughlin Health Care Foundation, will begin Tuesday, October 1, and continue each Tuesday and Thursday for a total of eight, one-hour sessions, ending on Thursday, October 24.
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Scholarship funds awarded to Walter Maddox and Makia Harrison.
Chuck Whitfield, president and CEO, Laughlin Memorial Hospital, and Noah Roark, director of human resources and marketing, Laughlin Memorial Hospital, present $500 scholarship checks to Walter Maddox and Makia Harrison for their studies in healthcare.
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Passport 55 to present program on "Taking OTC Drugs Safely".
“Meds Not to Mix: Your Guide to Taking OTC Drugs Safely” will be the subject discussed at Passport 55 on Thursday, September 19, 10:00am, at Roby Adult Center, 203 College Street.
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Nominations for the Blanche W. Grady Community Service Award are now being accepted.
The LHC Foundation is now accepting nominations for the Blanche W. Grady Community Service Award to be presented at an awards dinner at the General Morgan Inn Conference Center in November. Deadline for the nomination forms is October 11, 2013.
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Passport 55 to present a program on cataracts and other eye diseases.
Dr. Thomas L. Brown, Greeneville Eye Clinic, will be the guest speaker at Passport 55 on Thursday, August 15, 10:00 a.m., at Roby Adult Center, 203 College Street.
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Passport 55 to present program on childhood obesity.
Ashley Head, MS, RD, LDN, Registered Dietitian, at Laughlin Memorial Hospital and Tracy Green, RN, BSN, Wellness Director, at Laughlin Memorial Hospital will present a program at Passport 55 on childhood obesity on July 18th at 10 a.m..
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“Celebrate Life” and “Parent Partners” grief support programs will begin Tuesday, July 9.
“Celebrate Life” and “Parent Partners,” grief support programs of Laughlin Health Care Foundation, will begin Tuesday, July 9, and continue each Tuesday and Thursday for a total of eight, one-hour sessions, ending on Thursday, August 1.
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Free Screening Mammograms
A grant from the TriCities Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure is providing funds for a special program entitled, "Tell Your Mom, Save a Life....AND MORE."
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Passport 55 will present Look Good….Feel Better program on June 20th.
Look Good….Feel Better, a free program of the American Cancer Society teaches beauty techniques to women cancer patients and will be the focus of Passport 55 this month at the Roby Adult Center on Thursday, June 20, at 10:00 a.m. .
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1st Nurse Camp Group at Laughlin Memorial Hospital June 3 - June 21.
Laughlin Memorial Hospital announces it's1st Nurse Camp Group. The group started June 3rd and is ending June 21st.
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The 13th Annual LMH Tennessee Scholarship Long Drive Shoot-Out and Pro/Am Tournament.
The 13th Annual Laughlin Memorial Hospital Tennessee Scholarship Long Drive Shoot-Out and Pro/Am Tournament will be held Thursday and Friday, June 6 and 7, with Greeneville Federal Bank as the major sponsor.
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Passport 55 will present a program on joint replacement on Thursday, May 16.
May is National Arthritis Month, and, in conjunction with this awareness, Passport 55 will present a program on joint replacement on Thursday, May 16, at 10:00 a.m., Roby Adult Center, 203 College Street.
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Tennessee Cancer Coalition Annual Summit June 6-7, 2013 at Meadow View Convention Center.
The Tennessee Cancer Coalition’s goal is to bring together the state cancer support communities to focus on transforming the latest knowledge into strategies that groups, institutions, businesses and individuals can use to reduce the burden of cancer.
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Laughlin Center for Wound Care to present at Passport 55.
The Laughlin Center for Wound Care announced today that Dr. Kevin Strohmeyer will present “A Holistic Approach to Wound Healing & Prevention” on Thursday, April 18th at 10:00 a.m. at the Roby Adult Center located on 203 College Street in Greeneville, TN.
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Free Oral Cancer Screening
Free Oral Cancer Screening at Greeneville ENT Specialists on April 19, 2013 9:00am to 12:00pm.
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Wayne Phillips was honored by the LMH Golf Tournament committee.
Wayne Phillips, retired sports editor of the Greeneville Sun, was honored at the organizational committee meeting of Laughlin Memorial Hospital Tennessee Long Drive Shoot-Out and Pro Am Scholarship Golf Tournament on Wednesday, March 27.
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Laughlin Memorial Hospital announces the most exciting golfing event in the state of Tennessee.
The 13th Annual Laughlin Memorial Hospital Tennessee Scholarship Pro/Am Tournament and Long Drive Shoot-Out is scheduled for Thursday and Friday, June 6, and June 7.
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Laughlin Memorial Hospital Cancer Care Program challenges everyone to “Crawl the Colon” on Wednesday April 10, 2013 at Greene Technology Center.
Laughlin Memorial Hospital (LMH) Cancer Care Program challenges everyone to “Crawl the Colon”, featuring the “original” Colossal Colon®, and learn that colorectal cancer can happen to ANYONE at ANY age!
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Laughlin Health Care Foundation's grief support programs to begin in April.
“Celebrate Life” and “Parent Partners,” grief support programs of Laughlin Health Care Foundation, will begin Tuesday, April 2, and continue each Tuesday and Thursday for a total of eight, one-hour sessions, ending on Thursday, April 25.
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Road to Recovery Services for Cancer Patients.
The American Cancer Society is delighted to provide you with Road to Recovery services. Road To Recovery is a volunteer driven service that assists patients in need of transportation to and from their cancer treatments.
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March of Dimes - Baking for Babies March 15th.
March of Dimes - Baking for Babies, March 15th 1-3pm. Hosted by the Laughlin Memorial ICU department. All proceeds will support the team “Eli’s Miracle Makers” for the March of Dimes.
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Cross Country Challenge 5k Walk / Run to benefit the "Wounded Warrior Project".
Laughlin Memorial Hospital presents Cross Country Challenge 5k Walk / Run to benefit the "Wounded Warrior Project". The challenge goes through the grounds of the 4H campus, around the lake, and through farmland.
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The Annual Visual Clinic was held at the Greene County Health Department on Saturday, February 23.
The Annual Visual Clinic was held at the Greene County Health Department on Saturday, February 23, benefitting individuals in our community who need this extra health-care support.
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Laughlin Health Care Foundation Announces New Executive Committee
Laughlin Health Care Foundation Announces New Executive Committee. Please welcome Larry Coughlin, Tom Gregory, Wilhelmina Williams, Jack G Wilson, and Cecil L Easterly.
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Laughlin Center for Wound Care – NOW ACCEPTING REFERRALS
Laughlin Center for Wound Care, managed by Healogics™, provides specialized treatment for chronic or non-healing wounds, which are defined as sores or wounds that have not significantly improved from conventional treatments.
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Laughlin Health Care Foundation Board of Trustees welcomes three new board members.
Laughlin Health Care Foundation Board of Trustees welcomes three new board members: Martha Seaton Hammer, Dale A. Keasling, and Dr. Carla Nickle.
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Mrs. Jerlee Ottinger receives the 2012 Blanche W. Grady Community Service Award.
The 2012 Blanche W. Grady Community Service Award was presented in November to Jerlee Ottinger, a Greeneville woman who has devoted her life to serving others - both in Greene County itself and through missionary outreach work in Haiti.
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LMH recognized by the American Heart Association.
Laughlin Memorial Hospital is the recipient of the 2012 Gold Achievement Award for being a “Fit‐Friendly Worksite” by the American Heart Association.
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Surgical Weight Loss - A Journey to a New You, Now Available at LMH !
The Bariatric Team of Dr. Mark Patterson; Demaris Dickenson, RN, Bariatric Coordinator; Ashley Head, RD Dietitian; and Tracy Green RN Wellness Coordinator. The team works together to coordinate pre & post-operative care.
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Laughlin Memorial Hospital Wellness Program Exercise Classes
Come join the fun, only $3.00 per class ! All Classes are held in the MOB 3. Please contact Tracy Green at 787-5097 for more information
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The LMH Heart Walk Team Trophy
"The LMH Heart Walk Team received the trophy for most donations raised by corporation for the 2011 American Heart Association. The total amount raised was $ 9,812.50. This is the 2nd consecutive year that LMH has received the award"
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Grady Award Goes To Rev. Frankie Isley
The 2011 Blanche W. Grady Community Service Award was presented Tuesday evening to a local minister who devotes much of his time to serving the spiritual needs of the mentally and developmentally challenged.
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Laughlin Memorial Hospital's 2011 Pink Glove Dance
Laughlin Memorial Hospital was proud to participate in the 2011 Pink Glove Dance to raise breast cancer awareness. Hospitals, nursing homes, and schools across the country have created videos to help raise awareness of this worthy cause.
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Canadian Houston Hair Claims Top Prize
For a young man who once gave up golf to focus on hockey, and for a player competing in his first full year on the Long Drivers of America tour, Houston Hair is not doing too badly.
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Blanche W. Grady Community Service Award Nominations
The Laughlin Health Care Foundation is now accepting nominations for the Blanche W. Grady Community Service Award to be presented at an awards dinner at the General Morgan Inn Conference Center in November.
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Laughlin Center for Women's Health Receives Recognition
The Laughlin Center for Women's Health has been designated as a distinguished Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology (ACR).
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