Tyler nurse aide recognized by Texas Health Care Association

Tyler resident Lucretia Howard, a certified nurse aide at The Heights of Tyler, has been named the Texas Health Care Association’s Certified Nurse Aide of the Year for Region 4, according to a news release. Howard has worked as a certified nurse aide for 24 years. Howard was nominated by her co-workers and selected by a panel of long term care…

Tyler licensed vocational nurse recognized by Texas Health Care Association

Tyler resident Vania Padilla, licensed vocational nurse at The Heights of Tyler, has been named the Texas Health Care Association’s Nurse of the Year for Region 4, according to a news release. Padilla was nominated by her co-workers and selected by a panel of long term care clinicians from across Texas. Padilla has distinguished herself as

NET Health gives families tips for proper raw turkey handling ahead of Thanksgiving

As families prepare for the Thanksgiving holidays, the Northeast Texas Public Health Department’s Environmental Health Department would like to make sure that everyone remember to practice safe food handling procedures, to further our collective efforts toward the reduction of foodborne illnesses in our communities. “We would like to make

Nurse-Family Partnership program provides free home visits, education to first time mothers in Smith, Anderson and Cherokee Counties

Franchesca Williams was in disbelief when several pregnancy tests confirmed she was pregnant. She was in the process of changing careers, enrolled in her first semester of Respiratory Care at Tyler Junior College. “I was pregnant taking finals,” Williams said. “I didn’t know the first thing about being a mom. It was scary for me.” The

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