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    Confirmed Cases: 2,497,892
    Deaths: 49,877

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  • *Last updated on 5/17/21 at 11:29 AM


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  • Better U

    Many programs exist to address physical health, but they don't address the unique needs of each individual. In addition, there is rarely mention of mental, or spiritual health—vital elements in establishing happiness. Any sound ph...

  • Alisha Hitt Paints Murals of Hope

    Alisha Hitt joined the team at Midland Memorial Hospital at the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic.   Alisha has always enjoyed art and murals. She decided to put her talents to use by hand painting a Halloween mural in ...

  • The Breast Center Offers Testing to Detect Genetic Mutation

     When you come to The Breast Center there is a new component that will be included in your care. You will be given a tablet and asked some questions about your personal and family health history. Your answers to these questio...

  • Flu Shot Community Resources

    As flu season approaches, please prepare by getting your annual flu vaccine. It is an important preventative measure to help protect against influenza this season. ...

  • Virtual Annual Wellness Tour Includes Workouts

    The sixth annual Wellness Tour is going virtual through Saturday at the Midland Memorial Hospital Facebook page. Activities include: --free virtual workout with the YMCA --workouts for the whole family with FIT4MOM --hike wit...

  • MMH Creates Safe Environment at Emergency Department

    In this era of a pandemic, it’s common to wonder if it is safe to go to the local Emergency Department. This was something we at Midland Health took seriously when we looked at what processes were already in place and how we could...

  • Sixth Annual Wellness Tour is Going Virtual

    The sixth annual Wellness Tour is going virtual. The jam-packed health and wellness week will have events for the whole family. Join us online Sept. 22-26 by following the Midland Memorial Hospital Facebook page to stay engaged th...

  • Skin Cancer is the Most Common Type of Cancer in US

    Living in Midland, you always hear that there is nothing like a West Texas sunset – which is very true.  Well, there is also nothing like the UV rays from that same sun. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the Un...

  • Chronic Total Occlusions are Completely Blocked Arteries

    When facing heart disease, it can be related to genetics, lifestyle or other factors. However, one thing you can do is educate yourself on heart disease and the resources available in your community. People with high blood pressur...

  • Midland Health Offers Health and Wellness Coaches

    Changing our behavior is not easy. Unfortunately, when it comes to changing health behavior, we live with many fallacies that become reasons for discouragement and disappointment, ultimately affecting our self-esteem. Every Januar...

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