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A Neighborly Thing to Do

Color her world beautiful.  Whether tending the vibrant floral garden alongside her enclosed porch or opening the doors of her home for a casual, informational evening, Joan Martin spends her time making a difference in the world around her.  When a Pardee Foundation volunteer asked her to host an event she knew it could be a positive way to help the hospital. Being a cancer-survivor, she picked a program about cancer services including the nationally recognized Comprehensive Cancer Center located at the hospital.  She and husband Jerry invited friends from their Sugar Hollow neighborhood to gather for wine and hors d’oeuvres as well as to hear W. Mark McCollough, MD, with Mountain Radiation Oncology, speak about oncology research and the value of the Center of Excellence to the community. Joan believes that her neighbors are lucky to have Pardee nearby.  And the Foundation knows that it is fortunate to have the friendship of the Martins.  Thanks, Joan and Jerry, for the gracious hospitality and wonderful evening of sharing.  If you would like to host an event or give in other ways, please contact the Pardee Hospital Foundation at (828) 696-4666.

Posted in: Foundation

Did you know that Pardee Hospital has a toll free physician finder/referral number?

Since the launch of the new Pardee brand nearly two years ago, we have been providing our community with a free number to assist in locating both primary care physicians and specialists. The number is 1-866-790-WELL (9355). Representatives at the call center are available 24/7 to help callers locate physicians in our area who are currently accepting new patients. The number is also used for taking reservations for our many hospital and community events. -CJP

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October Events

October is right around the corner.  Check out our calendar to see what is happening at the Hospital and the Health Education Center.  This month we have 4 physicians presentations about shoulder issues, kidney disease, kids sports injuries, and menopause.  Grab your hiking boots. Pardee Hospital is also announcing the 2nd Hike to Health that will take place at Chimney Rock. To register for any of our events, call 1-866-790-WELL (9355). View our calendar anytime to see other upcoming events.

Posted in: Pardee

Pardee Hendersonville Family Health Center to have an open house in Etowah

Pardee Hendersonville Family Health Center’s Etowah office will have an open house celebration on Thursday, Oct. 7 from 5 until 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The office is located at 6503 Brevard Road (Hwy 64) in Etowah.  “Pardee would like to take this opportunity to introduce Dr. Elizabeth Saft to the community. She recently graduated from the Hendersonville MAHEC Family Residency Program,” said Robert Kiskaddon, Chief Medical Officer at Pardee. “We are delighted to offer health services to the Etowah community and look forward to Dr. Saft providing many years of service to our community.”  Dr. Saft has special interests in obstetrics, gynecology, pediatrics and women’s health. She has full medical privileges at Pardee Hospital and is currently accepting new patients.  The open house will include tours, refreshments and giveaways. Call (828) 890-4156 for additional information. Reservations are not necessary. -CJP

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Register TODAY for Hike to Health

Pardee Hospital is hosting the next Hike to Health, on Saturday, Oct. 23 at Chimney Rock. Participants will be able to choose from three different hikes to accommodate all skill levels. Hikes include:  Great Woodland Adventure – .6 mile guided trail which includes 12 discovery stations for kids and the kids-at-heart.  Hickory Nut Falls Trail – leisurely .75 mile hike to the base of the 404 ft. tall Hickory Nut Falls (one of the highest waterfalls east of the Mississippi River) 1.5 total round trip hike, and the Four Seasons Trail – a strenuous trail for the avid hiker which starts at the meadows parking area and runs all the way to the top of the mountain (with access to Hickory Nut Falls) – Four Seasons Trail alone is .6 miles, once it connects to Hickory Nut Falls Trail this adds on an additional .5 miles, making for a total round trip of approximately 2.2 miles. Registration for Hike to Health is now open. Interested participants can register by calling 1-866-790-WELL.  Registration is $15 per hiker, with no charge for children age 10 and under. Once you register, your tickets for admission into Chimney Rock will be mailed to you. Sign-up by Oct. 14 to receive a Hike to Health T-shirt. Hikers receive giveaways, healthy refreshments, and free admission into Chimney Rock.  Pardee Hospital promotes healthy and active lifestyles. Join us at Chimney Rock on October, 23 for our second Hike to Health.  Hike begins at 9 a.m. Register today by calling 1-866-790-WELL. -L

Posted in: Wellness