The U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services understands that many Medicare beneficiaries have been affected by the Sevier County wildfire and Tennessee tornado outbreak, and it wants to ensure that all beneficiaries are able to compare their health care options and make enrollment ch…
“Open enrollment”—the annual three-month period during which Americans can comparison shop and purchase healthcare coverage on the government’s Health Insurance Marketplace— is in full swing.
The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life is kicking off its 2016 fundraising year with an event planned for Oct. 3 at D.W. Wilson Community Center’s Splash Island, according to community manager of Mid-South Division Samantha Chamblee.
Nonprofit regional blood center, Blood Assurance, invites the community to participate in its ‘I Bleed’ initiative this fall. The campaign will begin Monday, Aug. 10 and continue until Tuesday, Oct. 20. During this time, all donors will receive a customized, limited edition football T-shirt …
Business owners looking for ways to encourage their employees to live healthier lifestyles are invited to attend a free program at Tullahoma High School on Tuesday, May 5.
Harton Regional Medical Center has announced that it will offer extended time periods to assist residents with health insurance signups under the Affordable Care Act’s Health Insurance Marketplace.
Beginning Nov. 15, Harton Regional Medical Center will help area residents learn about and enroll in health insurance options on the Health insurance Marketplace.
The Motlow College Moore County campus is hosting a ‘Pink-Out’ in support of breast cancer awareness and other cancers on Wednesday, Oct. 1. Students, faculty, staff, and the public are invited and encouraged to wear pink on that day and meet in the courtyard at 1:45 p.m.
Rachel Calhoun of Smyrna is the first student enrolled in the Motlow College LPN-to-RN Transition Program to receive the inaugural Harvey Butler Graham Nursing Scholarship.
Harton Regional Medical Center has been recognized by the Tennessee Hospital Association’s (THA) Tennessee Center for Patient Safety for its leadership in reducing the number of babies born electively between 37 to 39 weeks.
It’s never too early to think about school immunizations, and it won’t be long until the bell rings again, said Kelly Moore, M.D,, director of the Tennessee Immunization Program.
Blood Assurance will host the 12th annual original Mash Bash blood drive on Saturday, April 5 in conjunction with “Get Fit Tullahoma,” the health awareness fair.
Thirty-four vendors have signed up to participate in the Health Fair and Fitness Expo to be held on Saturday, April 5, at Northgate Mall in Tullahoma, according to the sponsoring Tullahoma Get Fit! and Urgent Team organizations.
Get Fit! Tullahoma and Urgent Team will host the second community health fair and fitness expo from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 5, at Northgate Mall.
The city’s Get Fit! Committee is offering a series of health classes called “Arm & Arm Health” facilitated by Devan Arman of Family Chiropractic Complex designed for people who want to get fit.
In observance of February as National Children’s Dental Health month, Tullahoma dentists Kim Glick and Larry Woods and their staff will host their annual Check N’ Shine event on Saturday, Feb. 1.
A number of diabetes workshops, entitled “Take Charge of your Diabetes,” have been planned for 2014 and sponsored by Get Fit! Tullahoma, Tullahoma Parks and Recreation, Partners for Healing and UT Extension.
Certified diabetes educator Tonya Swoape will present a free “Diabetes Academy” from 4-5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29, in Harton Regional Medical Center’s private dining room.
This October, Harton Regional Medical Center’s Breast Center and Medical Imaging Consultants, P.C. – Tullahoma are promoting National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a “pink ribbon special.”
In honor of breast cancer awareness month, woman’s fashion retailer Cato of Tullahoma will be hosting a “Pink Event” from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday to benefit Multi-County Cancer Support Network.
Thanks in part to a Project Diabetes grant obtained by the city from the Tennessee Health Department, local residents who wish to lose weight and/or manage or prevent diabetes will have access to a number of free classes, gym memberships and medical services over the next three years.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology is urging seniors and their caregivers to be aware of the dangers of ignoring the symptoms of cataracts, a leading cause of visual impairment that will affect more than half of all Americans by the time they are 80 years old.