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City of Hendersonville Walking Maps Available

New walking maps are now available for the City of Hendersonville courtesy of the Henderson County Partnership for Health program. The idea for the walking maps was made possible through a grant that the Partnership for Health received providing them the funds necessary to print the maps. Separate maps are available so that walkers may carry them along on their walks.  Besides a map of the walk route, other information provided includes the distance, the difficulty, the highlights, and any cautions about the route. Click on the links below to view the walking maps: Main Street to Hyman Heights Walking Guide West Hendersonville Walking Guide Oklawaha Greenway For more information or additional maps, please call (828) 698-4600. Enjoy your walk! -L

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Sixty Second Parent - Nightmares

Nightmares are very scary dreams, but to a young child they can seem real. This clip includes facts about nightmares as well as practical tips for avoiding nightmares.

Posted in: Pardee

Pardee Cancer Resource Room Moves to Kayden Center

 

[caption id="attachment_420" align="aligncenter" width="420" caption="Kristy Capps & Rhonda Fain provide tours of the new cancer resource room at the recent Doctor's Day reception."][/caption] The cancer resource room has moved to the Kayden Center to provide more convenient access to the patients of the Pardee Elizabeth Reilly Breast Center. The move also provides a much larger space. The resource room was previously housed at the Pardee Health Education Center in the Blue Ridge Mall. The cancer resource room allows women undergoing cancer treatment to find the right wig, prosthesis, turban, scarf, mastectomy bra, clothing or hat at no charge. The room is provided in cooperation with the American Cancer Society. Congratulations to Kristy Capps and Melanie Tecklenburgh for creating such a warm, beautiful space for our female cancer patients. [caption id="attachment_421" align="alignnone" width="420" caption="Cancer Resource Room at the Kayden Center"][/caption]

Posted in: Clinical

Pardee celebrates Doctor’s Day

[caption id="attachment_417" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Guests enjoy the Doctor's Day reception at Pardee"][/caption] On Tuesday, March 30 Pardee Hospital celebrated the national observance of Doctor’s Day, an annual day to recognize our physicians for providing the best in healthcare. The celebration started bright and early in the morning at the physicians lounge. Complimentary cholesterol screenings were offered along with a healthy breakfast buffet.  In the evening the celebration resumed at Pardee’s Kayden Center.  Every physician with privileges at Pardee and their guests were invited to a special reception in their honor.  Kris Hoce, Pardee Hospital President and CEO and Jim Wert, Pardee Foundation board member and Generations of Excellence co-chair thanked our physicians for their service to the community and their efforts to help Pardee provide quality healthcare.  Heavy hors d'oeuvres and tours of the Center were enjoyed by all. The physicians also received thumb drives in appreciation for all they do for Pardee hospital and our community. - CJP

Posted in: Foundation

Sixty Second Parent - The importance of reading aloud

Learn why reading aloud is so important to young children's learning. One of the most important skills a parent can teach a child is how to communicate -- how to speak, listen and read. This clip includes practical tips for reading at home.

Posted in: Pardee