• February 14, 2018

    Insight from a Cath Lab Nurse

    Cynthia (Cindy) Romero, RN has been a Catheterization Laboratory Nurse with Seton Medical Center Harker Heights for two and a half years and has been a nurse for almost 14 years. When asked what her favorite part about working in the catheterization laboratory (cath lab) is, Cindy shares her passion for excellent patient care. “I love being part of a team that is dedicated to helping patients during some of the worst times of people’s lives. Seeing a patient get discharged alive and well after a heart attack is an amazing feeling, “she says.

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  • January 25, 2018

    Sleeping in on the Weekends? You May Want to Break This Habit

    Ever hear the phrase, “You can make up for lost sleep during the workweek by sleeping more on the weekend?” Lots of distractions come up during the week depriving us of sleep. Parents are bustling children to school and activities, end of the month has you punching your overtime card to the max and scheduled happy hours with coworkers and clients have you up until early hours. Sleeping until noon on Saturday is already motivating you and it’s only Monday. Read on for reasons why sleeping in on the weekends may not be the best idea.

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  • January 8, 2018

    Seton Medical Center Harker Heights & Wellstone Health Partners Now Accepting Scott and White Health Plan Insurance

    For More Information:
    Carolina Numan, Seton Medical Center Harker Heights
    Phone: 254-680-6377 (office)

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  • January 4, 2018

    Why Removing Soda from Your Diet Should Be Your New Year’s Resolution

    “Drinking soda is bad for you.” We have all heard that advice at some point - whether it was from a doctor, a parent or while browsing through a health magazine. Soda has been available in the United States since the 18th century and it isn’t going anywhere. Historically, soda was created by pharmacists and sold to the public as an energy drink, some containing drugs such as lithium citrate and cocaine. Although drugs have been removed from soft drinks since then, soda negatively impacts the body in several ways. Below are reasons why you should drop the can.

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  • December 12, 2017

    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.

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  • November 21, 2017

    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 husbands out there.

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  • October 26, 2017

    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 physical therapy in Abilene, Texas,” he shares. “After completing PT school, I moved back to Illinois, where my wife and I got married shortly thereafter. I always wanted to come back to Texas and felt that now was the right time with the age of our children.” Chris is also thrilled to be apart of the SMCHH team.

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  • February 8, 2017

    Zach Dietze named CEO of Seton Medical Center Harker Heights


    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 Zach Dietze was named Chief Executive Officer of Seton Medical Center Harker Heights February 8, 2017 in an announcement by Paul Kappelman, CEO of LHP Hospital Group, parent company of the hospital.

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