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Serving The Community
04.01.2018
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Sharon Prather discusses the many ways Covenant Health serves the needs of the community.

Charity Care
04.01.2018
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Lee Turner discusses charity care and helping those who cannot pay for their health care needs.

Shaping Healthcare in Lubbock
04.01.2018
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Idris Traylor, PhD, discusses how Covenant and its predecessors shaped healthcare in Lubbock.

The Ideal of Sacred Encounters
04.01.2018
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Sister Sharon Becker discusses the ideal of scared encounters at Covenant Health.

Chapter 6: Breakthroughs and Changes - Excerpt from "Faith and Healing - Celebrating Covenant Health's Century of Caring"
04.01.2018
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The medical advances and changes throughout the history of Covenant Health could fill this entire book. Some changes were part of health care while others helped forge the institution’s identity as a destination for world-class care. One of the ...

What You Should Know About Superbugs, and 4 Ways to Protect Yourself
03.30.2018
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An infectious disease that can spread rapidly, potentially cause death and withstand treatment--that's been the plot point for many films, books and TV shows in which mankind suffers the frightening consequences of a viral or bacterial pandemic. ...

Obstacle Courses Take Running to the Next Level
03.28.2018
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If you're not daunted by a workout that includes challenges with names such as Goliath and Everest, have no problem getting muddy or jumping over a fire pit, and pushing yourself to physical and mental limits is your idea of a good time, then ...

Caffeine - How Much is in Your Favorite Drink?
03.27.2018
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Caffeine is known for giving you a jump start - but what can lift you up can also bring you down if you consume it in abundance. Too much caffeine in the evening can disrupt sleep, and too much caffeine, period, can lead to a dependency that can ...

6 Things to Make Colonoscopy Prep More Comfortable (Really!)
03.23.2018
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"Colonoscopies are crucial for detecting cancer and other gastrointestinal problems," says Houssam Al-Kharrat, MD, a gastroenterologist at Covenant Health Partners in Lubbock. "But many people are put off by the uncomfortable ...

Hidden Risks of Heart Failure
03.21.2018
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Your heart naturally loses some blood-pumping abilities with age. However, weakened heart muscles can eventually lead to heart failure, a condition that affects 5.7 million adult Americans and is a contributing cause to nearly one in 9 deaths in the ...

Dr. Overton's Early Days
03.01.2018
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Drs. Monte Monroe and Paul Carlson discuss Dr. Overton’s early days as a physician and the medical supplies of early physicians.

Chapter 5: When Time Stood Still - Excerpt from "Faith and Healing - Celebrating Covenant Health's Century of Caring"
03.01.2018
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According to data from the City of Lubbock, the first tornado touched down at the intersection of what is now Broadway and Martin Luther King Boulevard and moved northeast, causing little damage. The second tornado, though, struck at the heart of ...

Jesus' Healing Ministry
03.01.2018
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Keith and Nancy Wiseman discuss sharing Jesus’ healing ministry through health care and the openness of faith at Covenant Health.

Importance of Faith-Based Hospitals
03.01.2018
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Betty Dotts, community member, discusses the trepidation at the idea of Lubbock Memorial Hospital becoming Methodist Hospital, and the importance of faith-based hospitals.

The Values of Covenant Health
03.01.2018
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Monsignor David Cruz discusses the values of Covenant Health, especially the value of dignity.

Dr. Overton's Horse and Buggy Days
02.21.2018
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Daughters Nan and Ruth, and granddaughter Barbara, discuss how Dr. Overton traveled by horse across the plains to see patients.

Preventing SIDS
02.07.2018
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Shannon Bates, nurse manager in Covenant Children’s Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) shares with us an update on SIDS. “Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is a situation where an infant has an unsafe sleep environment that becomes ...

Chapter Four: A Place of Faith - Excerpt from "Faith and Healing - Celebrating Covenant Health's Century of Caring"
02.01.2018
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The link between caring for the sick as a result of one’s religious beliefs can be traced back to the time of Jesus, who modeled healing and compassion for those on the margins of society throughout his public ministry and set in motion an ...

The History of the Cardiac Program
02.01.2018
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Dr. Robert Salem discusses the history of the cardiac program and the first open-heart surgery at Methodist Hospital / Covenant Health.

The Growth of the Cardiac Program
02.01.2018
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Dr. Donald Bricker discusses the growth of the cardiac program at Methodist Hospital / Covenant Health.

Cullen's Capping Ceremony
02.01.2018
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Drs. Frank and Mac Ryburn discuss the special moment of Cullen’s capping ceremony; the third generation in their family to practice medicine.

The Healing Process
02.01.2018
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Dr. Rochelle Jacinto discusses the importance of considering the patient’s family as part of the healing process.

Chapter Three: Those Incredible Nurses - Excerpt from "Faith and Healing - Celebrating Covenant Health's Century of Caring"
01.18.2018
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Excerpt from “Faith and Healing – Celebrating Covenant Health’s Century of Caring” Covenant Health would not be celebrating a century of distinction and achievement if it were not for an equally important centennial taking ...

The Legacy of the Wright and Johnston Family
01.18.2018
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Danny Johnston, Community Leader, discusses the legacy of the Wright and Johnston family’s service to Covenant Health.

Benevolence and the Expression of Love
01.17.2018
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Sister Marian Schubert discusses benevolence and the expression of love, generosity and kindness in the health care ministry.

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