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New Speech Therapist Joins PMH Rehab Department

New Speech Therapist Joins PMH Rehab Department

Heather Pace recently joined Pocahontas Memorial Hospital’s Rehabilitation Department in the role of Speech Therapist. Heather earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia before receiving her Master’s Degree from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Heather’s background includes work in the public school system, Carilion Roanoke and […]

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PMH Holding Coat Drive

PMH Holding Coat Drive

Last year, Pocahontas Memorial Hospital health care providers purchased brand new coats to be donated to each of the county schools.  This year, PMH wants to expand their efforts and is holding a county-wide coat drive to help community members who might not have a warm fall or winter coat. We encourage anyone who would […]

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PMH Health Fair a Fun Time for All

PMH Health Fair a Fun Time for All

The Annual Health Fair at Pocahontas Memorial Hospital is an event that hospital employees and community members alike look forward to each spring. Held on Friday, May 8th, over 250 people attended this year’s Health Fair. The Health Fair at PMH is a true celebration of our community, offering not only discounted lab work, but […]

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“Cooking Matters” Tour Held at Pocahontas IGA

“Cooking Matters” Tour Held at Pocahontas IGA

The newly formed Pocahontas County Diabetes Coalition held its first public program with a “Cooking Matters” Grocery Store Tour on Tuesday, March 3rd. Led by trained volunteer Cherri Hankins, twenty folks turned out at Pocahontas IGA to learn more about stretching a food budget, reading food labels, picking foods with whole grains, and the nutritional […]

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PMH “Goes Red” for Heart Awareness

PMH “Goes Red” for Heart Awareness

On “National Wear Red Day” Friday, February 6, Pocahontas Memorial Hospital joined in the nationwide effort to raise awareness of heart health during American Heart Month and wore red to work.  If you have a heart, you could have heart disease.  Heart and blood vessel disease is our nation’s Number 1 killer. About half of the deaths […]

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