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Holiday Travel with Toddlers

Traveling for the holidays can be stressful, especially when you have a toddler on your hip while you’re frantically packing the car. Here are several tips on how to prepare for your holiday travel with your toddler and make it a better experience. Travel early Did...

5 Healthy Gift Ideas for Dad

Healthy gifts for dad don’t always have to be an expensive gym membership that he may or may not use, or the latest subscription to Men’s Health. In light of Movember and with the holidays rapidly approaching, check out these 5 healthy gift ideas for all the dads and...

New Physical Therapy Director Returns to Texas

As the new Director of Physical Therapy for Seton Medical Harker Heights (SMCHH), Christopher Egizio, PT, MPT, was very excited to return to Texas. “I am originally from Joliet, Illinois but am connected to Texas because I attended Hardin-Simmons University for...

Zach Dietze named CEO of Seton Medical Center Harker Heights

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 8, 2017 For Information Contact:                                                                       Melissa Purl 254-680-6377 Zach Dietze named CEO of Seton Medical Center Harker Heights HARKER HEIGHTS, TX – Interim CEO...

A New Approach to Men’s Health

Visit Us Seton Medical Center Harker Heights 850 W. Central Texas Expressway Harker Heights TX 76548 254-690-0900 Connect With Us facebook Twitter Youtube Seton Medical Center Harker Heights does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color,...

Ankle Sprains and Fractures Lead to Longstanding Arthritis

Minor injuries start to wear down ankle joint over time, and when the ankle is moved out of alignment briefly during a sprain, it causes friction between the soft ends of the bone. The soft ends can wear down causing bone on bone erosion. Repeated sprains hasten the...

People with Hearing Loss Deserve Compassion

Jacob S. Minor, MD, FACS Wellstone Ear, Nose and Throat One of the odd things about modern society is the different amounts of respect that have evolved for different types of disabilities. For instance, it would be considered extremely rude if someone who were blind...

Next Step Perinatal Loss Support Group – Thursday July 21

Next Step Perinatal Loss Support Group – Thursday July 21 Parents who have experienced the loss of a pregnancy are welcome. Thursday July 21; 6:00pm-7:30pm Classrooms 1&2 on first floor Women’s Center entrance follow hallway straight back to room on right. Visit Us...

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