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MURRAY-CALLOWAY COUNTY HOSPITAL RECOGNIZES GO RED DAY FOR AMERICAN HEART MONTH BY PROVIDING FREE SCREENINGS

Posted 01/19/2018

Go Red Day

February is National American Heart Month and Murray-Calloway County Hospital is joining in the national effort to educate communities on the importance of being heart healthy. 

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EPA URGES HOME RADON TEST THIS JANUARY FOR NATIONAL RADON ACTION MONTH

Posted 01/18/2018

National Radon Action Month

January is National Radon Action Month. Radon is a gas that you cannot smell, taste or see. It forms naturally when uranium, radium and thorium break down in rocks, soil, and groundwater. People can be exposed to radon primarily from breathing radon in air that comes in through cracks and gaps in homes and other buildings.

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MURRAY PEDIATRICS OFFICE MANAGER RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL LACTATION BOARD CERTIFICATION

Posted 01/17/2018


Jadi McBride Murray PediatricsJadi McBride, RN, Office Manager has been employed at Murray Pediatrics for six years. She recently received her International Board Certification as a Lactation Consultant.

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SPRING CREEK HEALTHCARE HOSTS FIRST ANNUAL WINTER BALL FOR RESIDENTS

Posted 01/16/2018

Spring Creek Winter Ball It may have been chilly outside, but the spirits were warm and bright inside Spring Creek Health Care, as the staff and residents gathered in the dining hall for the first annual winter ball. Enjoying the fun, were residents, their families and friends. 

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LEARN SAFE DRIVING WITH AARP DRIVER SAFETY COURSES

Posted 01/15/2018

AARP Safe Driving Course

AARP Driver Safety Course will be held Wednesday, February 7th, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the MCCH Center for Health and Wellness.  Click here for details.


CLOSURES FOR JAN 12, 2018

Posted 01/12/2018

Closed Today

Due to inclement weather, several physician clinics will be closed today; the hospital and emergency department remains open.  We value the safety of our patients and guests.  Click here for a complete list of closures for January 12, 2018.


MURRAY CALLOWAY ENDOWMENT FOR HEALTHCARE RECEIVES TRANSFER OF FUNDS FOR LIGHTEN UP CALLOWAY

Posted 01/11/2018

MC Endowment Receives Transfer of Funds
The Murray Calloway Endowment for Healthcare recently received a transfer of funds from an account known as Diabetes Taking Control that was initiated by the Diabetic Support Group.  Click here to learn more.


DR. JOHN BRIGHT, DERMATOLOGIST, ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT

Posted 01/10/2018

Dr. John BrightAfter almost 30 years on the medical staff of Murray-Calloway County Hospital, Dermatologist John Bright announces his retirement at the end of January, 2018.

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FUTRELL RETIRES FROM MCCH AFTER 18 YEARS OF SERVICE

Posted 01/09/2018

Futrell retires from MCCH after 18 yearsAfter 18 years of service at MCCH, Shirley Futrell retired from her career in Sterile Supply, in the Surgery Department. Shirley began her career at MCCH, on October 25, 1999. Shirley was surrounded by her co-workers and friends for her retirement celebration, on Friday.

Pictured left, Shirley Futrell, MCCH Sterile Supply retiree.


MURRAY MEDICAL ASSOCIATES AND MCCH SPONSOR MSU RACER BASKETBALL GAME AGAINST UT MARTIN

Posted 01/08/2018

MMA and MCCH sponsor MSU Racer game

Murray Medical Associates and Murray-Calloway County Hospital were the title sponsors for Saturday night’s Racer basketball game against UT Martin.  Click here to read more.


IT’S A GIRL: MURRAY-CALLOWAY COUNTY HOSPITAL WELCOMES FIRST BABY OF 2018

Posted 01/05/2018

First baby of 2018

Justina Moore of Murray started off 2018 as the proud new mom of her 6 pound, 11 ounce, baby girl, Sailor Reese Moore, who was 19 inches long.  Click here to read more.


DR. HAL CAPPS RETIRES AFTER 19 YEARS OF SERVICE IN MURRAY

Posted 12/27/2017

Dr. Hal Capps
After 19 years of service as a member of the medical staff at Murray-Calloway County Hospital and Murray Ophthalmology, Dr. Hal Capps announces his retirement.  Click here to read more.


THOMPSON TO FACILITATE ALZHEIMER’S SUPPORT GROUP

Posted 12/26/2017

Teresa Thompson, Community Education ManagerAlzheimer’s disease is a progressive, degenerative disease which attacks the brain. It is the most common form of dementia and its causes are unknown. More than 2 million Americans are diagnosed with the disease.  

The Alzheimer’s Association hosts a monthly support group for family members and caregivers of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease.

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