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As our region gears up Monday’s solar eclipse, Hardin Memorial Health would like to stress that it’s important to keep eye safety in mind. For around three hours on Monday, Aug. 21 beginning at 12:55 p.m., the moon will slowly move in front of the sun, creating a rare eclipse.“It’s not safe to stare directly into the sun, even if it is partially covered,” said Dr. Benjamin Proctor, a surgical ophthalmologist.
Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) announced today that its Board of Trustees has agreed to sign a letter of intent with Baptist Health as their future partner, subject to due diligence, the negotiation of definitive transaction documents, and appropriate regulatory approvals.
Are you an area High School student who has sustained an acute sports injury? Stop by the Saturday Morning Sports Injury Clinic at Hardin Memorial Health to see one of our board certified orthopedic specialists and certified athletic trainers.
Beginning Monday, Aug. 7 all HMH Emergency Department (ED) walk-in patients will enter the hospital at the covered overhang entrance (formerly the main admitting entrance). Patients, visitors and staff who park in the parking garage will access the entrance via a new sidewalk connecting the garage to the new entrance.
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