Each Friday at 10:02 a.m., tune in to WTZQ AM 1600 for Health Talk. During Health Talk, we provide health education information along with the latest news and community events from Pardee Hospital and the Pardee Health Education Center in the Blue Ridge Mall. Each week we feature a special guest to discuss health issues. This week, I interviewed Hope Lindsey, infection preventionist at Pardee, about the flu season and flu shots.
Pardee Hospital is proud to announce a new relationship with Hendersonville Hematology and Oncology. The practice has officially joined Pardee and is now known as Hendersonville Hematology and Oncology at Pardee.
Hendersonville Hematology and Oncology continues to offer a full range of diagnostic, consultative and treatment services relating to adult blood and cancer disorders. Genetic and at-risk counseling is provided when needed. The office hours and location remain the same. Hendersonville Hematology and Oncology at Pardee is located at 1824 Pisgah Drive, in Hendersonville.
The nationally recognized Comprehensive Cancer Center at Pardee and Pardee Hospital are honored to continue working with John Hill, M.D., William Medina, M.D., James Radford, M.D., and their staff.
It matters where you go. Pardee Urgent Care provides expert medical attention for your unscheduled urgencies. With a physician on-site at all times, rest assured that your minor medical needs will be addressed with high-quality care. We now offer online appointment scheduling in advance of your arrival, making your visit to Pardee Urgent Care quicker than ever before, in addition to our convenient evening and weekend hours.
For more information about Pardee Urgent Care, call (828) 697-3232 or visit www.pardeehospital.org.
Pardee Hospital, Girl Scouts and the Henderson County Family YMCA will present a health event designed for girls 12 – 19 years old on Saturday, Nov. 13, from 1:30 until 4 p.m. at the Pardee Health Education Center in the Blue Ridge Mall. Just 4 Girls Health will feature refreshments, gifts, information and several interactive discussions with healthcare providers about keeping girls safe and healthy. Topics include healthy bodies, stress, depression, peer pressure, coping, dating, fitness and nutrition. Mothers are welcome to attend with their daughters. The event is free and open to the public. To register for this event, please call 1-866-790-WELL.