Claremore Indian Hospital’s maternity care honored
The Oklahoma State Department of Health says Claremore Indian Hospital has been designated a “Baby Friendly” hospital for its maternity care.
Accused oral surgeon to talk with Okla. board
The Tulsa oral surgeon at the center of a public health scare involving thousands of his patients is to talk with state Dentistry Board executives by the week’s end.
MAP: Flu continues to spread throughout country
According to the Center for Disease Control's latest FlueView, influenza activity continues to increase in the United States and most of the country is now experiencing high levels of illness. The CDC continues to recommend influenza vaccination for people who have not yet been vaccinated as early as possible.
Autumn Wood brings ‘dedicated’ Alzheimer’s care to Claremore
Beginning Nov. 1, Autumn Wood Memory Care will give Alzheimer’s and dementia patients the opportunity to receive long-term care in Claremore.
Claremore support group to walk Oct. 15 for White Cane Safety
The Claremore Support Group for People with Visual Impairments invites the public to walk with their members in downtown Claremore to promote White Cane Safety Awareness Day on Monday, Oct. 15.
Rogers County RX Task Force building memorial wall
Friday was International Drug Overdose Awareness Day.
No confirmed West Nile Virus in Rogers County
Recent reports of the West Nile Virus in Pittsburg and Tulsa Counties may have some worried, but no cases of WNV have been no confirmed in Rogers County, according to Rogers County Health Department officials
Claremore Regional getting new name
Change is coming to Claremore. Claremore Regional Hospital has announced it will unveil its new name during an invitation-only event March 6.
Oklahoma baby is 3rd sickened by rare bacteria
An Oklahoma baby is the third infant this month sickened by a rare type of bacteria sometimes associated with tainted powdered infant formula.
Have a heart healthy holiday
The holiday season begins with Thanksgiving and peaks with Christmas, but for many people, heart disease will impact a loved one or friend this year.
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