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  • Texas
    Confirmed Cases: 8,262
    Deaths: 152

  • Midland County
    Confirmed Cases: 30
    Deaths: 1

  • Midland County 
    Quarantined: 13
    Self Monitoring: 5
    Total number cleared: 75

  • From MMH Testing
    Tested: Total samples: 619
    Positive: 25 
    Negative: 501
    Waiting for Results: 93



*Last updated on 04/07/2020 at 3:50 PM

Plant-Based Nutrition

CHIP (Complete Health Improvement Program)

In 2017, we implemented a new, lifestyle medicine program for our employees incorporating the CHIP model (Complete Health Improvement Program). Below are three testimonies from Midland Health employees sharing how this program has transformed their lives.

Community CHIP is available to the public and corporate partners through our Lifestyle Medicine Center. Call Jillian Tate at (432) 221-4935 for more information.





 

Food Is Medicine

The philosophy that "Food Is Medicine" is one that Midland Health strongly believes in. As you can tell from the videos above, adopting a plant-based diet has had such a powerful impact on our employees and we believe that our community should also have the tools to be successful.

Below is everything you need to know about how to adopt a whole-food, plant-based lifestyle and information about the annual Food Is Medicine seminar. 

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Gallery of photos from the 2016 Food Is Medicine seminar.

Mark your calendar for Food Is Medicine- Saturday, April 13, 2019!

Attend the fourth-annual Food Is Medicine seminar on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center. This seminar includes sessions from internationally-known speakers, a delicious plant-based lunch, book signings, and a Q&A session with the experts. Tickets are $27 each.

For more information, visit www.ourhealthycity.com/FIM.

  

Resources (click to view/download)

FREE 21 Day OnlineKickstart

How living a plant-based lifestyle can impact various diseases

Recommended plant-based cookbooks

Midland Memorial Hospital Market Menus

Plant-Based Nutrition Quick Start Guide

Read testimonies from those who have adopted this lifestyle

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