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TRAVIS ANNOUNCES MHM 2017 RESULTS

Posted 05/26/2017

Pictured is Keith Travis announcing the Murray Half Marathon 2017 results to sponsors and donors. The 2017 event raised $72,000 compared to $53,000 in 2016. Increased community support in additional pre-race events resulted in the increase.  Click here for the race results fact sheet and additional details.


PENNER ASSUMES CHAIRMAN OF KHA

Posted 05/25/2017


Pictured is Jerry and Jamie Penner recently recognized at the Kentucky Hospital Association (KHA) Annual Convention as Penner assumes the leadership role as Chairman to represent Murray-Calloway County Hospital at the state level.


OWENS RECEIVES HEALTHCARE AWARD

Posted 05/25/2017


Pictured is Steve Owens, Chairman of Murray-Calloway County Hospital’s Board of Trustees, with wife, Phyllis, shown with his recent Health Care Governance Leadership Award for 2017 at the KHA Annual Convention.


MURRAY-CALLOWAY COUNTY HOSPITAL TO HOST MEDIA CONFERENCE TO ANNOUNCE 2017 MURRAY HALF MARATHON RESULTS

Posted 05/19/2017

Murray-Calloway County Hospital will announce the 7th Annual Murray Half Marathon Race results on Tuesday, May 23 at 10:00 am in the Murray-Calloway County Hospital Board Room.

Click here for full details.


THE FACTS ABOUT SKIN CANCER

Posted 05/19/2017

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun is the main cause of skin cancer. UV damage can also cause wrinkles and blotches or spots on your skin. The good news is that skin cancer can be prevented, and it can almost always be cured when it’s found and treated early.

Click here to read more.


MURRAY-CALLOWAY COUNTY HOSPITAL RECEIVES HFMA’S 2017 MAP AWARD FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE IN REVENUE CYCLE

Posted 05/19/2017


Murray-Calloway County Hospital (MCCH) has been named as a recipient of the 2017 MAP Award for High Performance in Revenue Cycle, sponsored by the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA).  

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MURRAY-CALLOWAY COUNTY HOSPITAL RECOGNIZED AS TOP 10% IN NATION FOR ORTHOPAEDIC CARE BY HEALTHGRADES

Posted 05/18/2017


Orthopaedic care at Murray-Calloway County Hospital is among the top 10% in the nation as measured by volume-weighted performance according to this year’s evaluation from Healthgrades, the leading online resource helping consumers make informed decisions in order to find the right doctor, the right hospital for the right care.  Click here to read more.


NORSWORTHY JOINS MURRAY NEUROLOGY AT MURRAY-CALLOWAY COUNTY HOSPITAL

Posted 05/17/2018

Murray-Calloway County Hospital (MCCH) is proud to welcome Margaret (Meg) Norsworthy, APRN, to Murray Neurology and Dr. Rachel Korson, Neurologist.

Meg has worked in various roles in her nursing career but she started as a Surgical Tech. After nine years, she decided to go back to school at Murray State University where she received her Bachelors’ Degree in Nursing in 2009. 

Click here to read more.


FREE SPORTS PHYSICALS TO BE OFFERED BY MCCH TO LOCAL ATHLETES

Posted 05/16/2017

Murray-Calloway County Hospital will host its annual free sports physicals to local middle and high school athletes on Saturday, June 10th and Saturday, July 15th, 2017 from 8 a.m. to noon.

The physicals will be held in the Outpatient Surgery Area, located on the second floor of the South Tower. Volunteer physicians and nurses will perform the physicals. 

Click here for details.


MURRAY MIDDLE FOURTH GRADE TOURS MURRAY-CALLOWAY COUNTY HOSPITAL

Posted 05/16/2017



Murray Middle School fourth grade students recently visited Murray-Calloway County Hospital to learn more about healthcare in our community. They visited several areas throughout the hospital including the Emergency Department, Radiology, Outpatient Surgery and the Medical Surgical Nursing Floor.


FRESH IS BETTER

Posted 05/15/2017


Fresh is Better. The Lighten Up Calloway Work Group wants to encourage you decrease your intake of processed food by taking advantage of fresh produce grown locally! Eating fresh foods can reduce the risk of many diseases.  Click here to learn more about how to eat more fresh foods.


LINDA NORSWORTHY RETIREMENT

Posted 05/10/2017



A
fter 44 years of service to Murray-Calloway County Hospital in various departments, Linda Norsworthy retired in April 2017.  Norsworthy, pictured at left with previous CEO, Mr. Stuart Poston middle, and John Wilson, MCCH COO, most recently worked as a cashier.


SPRING CREEK HEALTH CARE RECOGNIZES NATIONAL NURSING HOME WEEK WITH A PROCLAMATION SIGNING

05/09/2017


Spring Creek Health Care skilled nursing facility will celebrate National Nursing Home Week May 14-20 by hosting a series of events designed to enrich the relationship and contacts between residents, family, staff and the community. Calloway County Judge Executive Larry Elkins and City of Murray Mayor Jack Rose signed a proclamation specifying Nursing Home Week in the community.

Click here for more.


2017 TOYOTA TACOMA GIVEAWAY AT MURRAY HALF MARATHON WINNER NAMED

Posted 05/09/2017


The Murray Half Marathon truck give-a-way winner was announced on April 22, 2017 as Bart Flener of Murray. All registered who were 21 years of age or older for the Half Marathon, Relay, or 5K was eligible to win the 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Model 4x4 for a year.  Click here to read more about the contest.


TIME TO GET STROKE SAVVY

Posted 05/09/2017

With more than 795,000 strokes occurring every year in the United States across the age spectrum, it is critical that all Americans adopt preventive lifestyle habits, know the warning signs, and understand the treatment options available to themselves and their loved ones should a stroke occur. May Is Better Hearing & Speech Month—a time for Murray and Calloway County residents to become stroke savvy.

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EXERCISE IS MEDICINE MONTH

Posted 05/08/2017

The Center for Health and Wellness, Murray Calloway County Hospital is recognizing May as Exercise is Medicine Month.

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AUTISM ONE OF THE FASTEST GROWING DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS IN THE UNITED STATES

Posted 05/08/2017


With 1 in 68 children now estimated to have autism spectrum disorder, community support is critical. During May Is Better Hearing & Speech Month, Murray-based speech-language pathologists Beth McCuiston, Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) Coordinator, Erin DeLancey, SLP, and Crissann Chandler, SLP asks residents to use this as an opportunity to consider how they communicate and interact with people with autism.

Click here to learn more.


MURRAY CALLOWAY ENDOWMENT FOR HEALTHCARE HOSTS CONCERT SERIES IN THE PARK

Posted 05/05/2017

The Murray Calloway Endowment for Healthcare is teaming together with the Badgett Playhouse, Loretta Jobs Principal Broker at Keller Williams and Gallimore Electric to present the 2017 Concert Series.

Click here for the complete schedule and ticket information.


SPRING CREEK HEALTH CARE CELEBRATES NATIONAL NURSING HOME WEEK

Posted 05/05/2017


Spring Creek Health Care skilled nursing facility will celebrate National Nursing Home Week May 8-14 by hosting a series of events designed to enrich the relationship and contacts between residents, family, staff and the community.  Click here to read more.


MURRAY-CALLOWAY COUNTY HOSPITAL RECOGNIZES NURSES’ LEADERSHIP DURING NATIONAL NURSES WEEK

Posted 05/04/2017


Every year, National Nurses Week focuses attention on the diverse ways America's 3.1 million registered nurses work to save lives and to improve the health of millions of individuals. This year, the American Nurses Association (ANA) has selected "Year of the Healthy Nurse" as the theme for 2017.
 
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MURRAY-CALLOWAY COUNTY HOSPITAL RECOGNIZES NATIONAL HOSPITAL WEEK

Posted 05/03/2017

This year’s National Hospital Week runs from May 7-13. We at MCCH are invested in caring from the heart every day of every year. Join us in thanking the many individuals who give their all to their neighbors. From providing medical care in our facilities to running vital programs in our community, we are committed to supporting the health and well-being in and around Murray and Calloway County.

Click here to read more.


ACUTE REHAB UNIT WINS ROOKIE AWARD

Posted 04/25/2017


Murray-Calloway County Hospital’s Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit recently received the “Rookie of the Year” Award from their new managing company, Kindred Hospital Rehabilitation Services (KHRS).  Click here to read more.


MURRAY-CALLOWAY COUNTY HOSPITAL HONORS VOLUNTEERS AT ANNUAL BANQUET

Posted 04/21/2017


The many volunteers of Murray-Calloway County Hospital were recognized and thanked for their 5,684 hours of service to MCCH in 2016 during the annual MCCH Volunteer Banquet Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at First Presbyterian Church.  Click here to read more.


MURRAY CALLOWAY ENDOWMENT FOR HEALTHCARE PREPARES FOR KENTUCKY GIVES DAY ON APRIL 18TH

Posted 04/14/2017

The Murray Calloway Endowment for Healthcare is one of the hundreds of nonprofits participating in Kentucky Gives Day on April 18, 2017. Organized by the Kentucky Nonprofit Network, Inc., Kentucky Gives Day is an online fundraising event that encourages Kentuckians to donate as much money as possible in support of their favorite participating charities in just twenty-four hours.

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MURRAY HALF MARATHON WEEK PROCLAMATION

Posted 04/14/2017

Calloway County Judge-Executive Larry Elkins, seated left, and Murray Mayor Bill Wells, seated right, recently signed a proclamation recognizing Murray Half Marathon Week from April 16-22. Also pictured (left to right): Nicole Hudson, RN, Health Promotions Coordinator at MCCH; Keith Travis, Vice President of Development; Susan Davis, Endowment Development Coordinator.  Click here for more.


MCCH CELEBRATES NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY MONTH

Posted 04/10/2017


Occupational therapy enables people of all ages to live life to its fullest by helping them promote health, prevent—or live better with—injury, illness, or disability. It is a practice deeply rooted in science and is evidence-based, meaning that the plan designed for each individual is supported by data, experience, and “best practices” that have been developed and proven over time.  Click here to learn more.


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