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Tips to Keep Your Heart Healthy in the Month of Love

By admin | February 2, 2023

Learn the essentials to ensure one of the most vital organs in the body, the heart, remains healthy. It is only fitting that February is noted as American Heart Month and the Month of Love – the month symbolized by a heart, where Valentine’s Day is celebrated, and we take…

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Essential Home Medical Items Needed During a Freeze

By admin | January 25, 2023

Ensure your home first-aid kit is prepared for the next winter freeze with the right medical supplies. During times of extremely cold weather or a winter freeze, staying healthy and safe may present a challenge. Slippery roads, power outages, freezing temperatures, and so much more are what some people face…

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Difference Between Outpatient and Inpatient Medical Services

By admin | January 11, 2023

Will your hospital procedure require you to stay overnight? In a hospital, the terms inpatient and outpatient are often used when referring to the type of procedure or services a patient receives. It is essential for you to know the difference between the two types of care to understand what…

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The Health and Wellness Checklist for 2023

By admin | January 6, 2023

New year, healthier you! Discover 10 essential tips for maintaining health and wellness in 2023. Over the next month, thousands will participate in the typical new year activities – buying a new planner with the new calendar year, creating a vision board that maps out the year ahead, and writing…

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Scott R. Archer, MD, FAAEM, Marks 30 Years of Board Certification in Emergency Medicine

By njeffers | January 5, 2023

Media Contact: Nathan Jeffers Director of Marketing and Business Development 501-333-9113 dnj@caboter.com Cabot, Ark. (January 5, 2023) – Cabot Emergency Hospital physician, Scott R. Archer, MD, FAAEM, has marked 30 years of being board certified in Emergency Medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM). Because board certification is…

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Prevent Burn Injuries

By admin | December 30, 2022

Avoid hazardous burn injuries with essential safety tips and learn the correct time to go to the ER based on burn severity.  We see it happen every year. Hundreds of thousands of patients of all ages are admitted to the hospital with burn injuries – ranging from minor to severe.…

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Emergency Room vs. Urgent care: Where should I go?

By admin | December 15, 2022

Determine if an ER or Urgent Care is the right choice for you in a sudden medical situation. When you’re suddenly feeling sick or have an unexpected injury, you have many options for “immediate” care – the emergency room, an urgent care facility, or a free-standing clinic. Do not let…

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Winter Holiday Safety Tips to Avoid a Trip to the ER

By admin | December 9, 2022

Keep you and your loved ones out of the ER this holiday season with some prevention tips on some of the most common holiday accidents and injuries.   This time of year brings joy, cheer, and festivity for most of us. The weather grows colder, nights grow longer, and every…

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What Are Emergency Room Laboratory Services

By admin | December 2, 2022

Explore the benefits of on-site laboratory services in micro-hospitals. Did you know you could visit your neighborhood emergency room for just laboratory services only?  There is no denying the vital component laboratory services play in an emergency room. Emergency rooms provide a wide range of medical services and treat various…

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Elf On The Shelf Doctor’s Note

By admin | December 1, 2022

Parents, get your official Elf on the Shelf doctor’s note today and get 3 days off from all elf duties! Calling all Elf on The Shelf Parents!  It’s that time of year again. Hanging lights, preparing a gift list for Santa, hot chocolate, and of course, your child’s favorite –…