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Our Mission.

To lead the transformation for healthier tomorrows in OUR communities. 

Our Vision.

To be the catalyst in rural America, transcending barriers to health through a culture of excellence and compassion.

Our Story.

Titus County Hospital District d/b/a Titus Regional Medical Center has been serving the healthcare needs of Northeast Texas for 65 years!


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Classes and Events


Sep 20

Diabetes Support Group

September 20 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Oct 18

Diabetes Support Group

October 18 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Nov 15

Diabetes Support Group

November 15 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Dec 20

Diabetes Support Group

December 20 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Thank You to Ruth Sabacky Anderson for 40 Years of Service to Titus Regional Medical Center! We appreciate Ruth's commitment to OUR community as TRMC's Director of Pharmacy. Comment your kudos as we celebrate this major achievement! 👏 ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank You to Ruth Sabacky Anderson for 40 Years of Service to Titus Regional Medical Center! We appreciate Ruths commitment to OUR community as TRMCs Director of Pharmacy. Comment your kudos as we celebrate this major achievement! 👏Image attachment

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Congratulations Ruth, you are the Best!!!

Wonderful lady. Loved working with her for many of those years ❤️❤️

Congratulations Ruth!

Congratulations Ruth.

Congratulations Ruth!!

Congratulations!!!!

Congrats, Ruth!!👏🏻👏🏻

Congratulations

Congratulations!!!!!!

Congratulations 🎉

Congratulations!!

Congratulations! 🥳🥳🥳

Congratulations Ruth!

Ruth Sabacky Anderson congratulations!

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Have you ever heard the term "liquid gold"? 💛 During your hospital stay after birth, you might hear the nursery’s nurse refer to your first milk or colostrum as “liquid gold”. Colostrum is often thick, yellow in color, and densely packed with nutritious fats and proteins as well as antimicrobial factors. In fact, two-thirds of the colostrum that a baby receives in feeding is comprised of these germ-killing cells. There are 3 million germ-killing cells in every teaspoon of breastmilk! A little of this "liquid gold" goes a long way in a newborn's small tummy, and any amount is valuable in helping to protect newborns from infection. Every drop counts! 🍼 ... See MoreSee Less

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Have you ever heard the term liquid gold? 💛 During your hospital stay after birth, you might hear the nursery’s nurse refer to your first milk or colostrum as “liquid gold”. Colostrum is often thick, yellow in color, and densely packed with nutritious fats and proteins as well as antimicrobial factors. In fact, two-thirds of the colostrum that a baby receives in feeding is comprised of these germ-killing cells. There are 3 million germ-killing cells in every teaspoon of breastmilk! A little of this liquid gold goes a long way in a newborns small tummy, and any amount is valuable in helping to protect newborns from infection. Every drop counts! 🍼

The information you give the emergency dispatch operator helps Titus Regional EMS help you! When you call 911, know what to say.Calling 911 activates an entire network of highly-trained emergency medical responders. 🚑🚨 The information you give the emergency dispatch operator helps EMS help you! When you call 911, know what to say.

• Stay calm, speak clearly, and stay on the phone until the emergency operator tells you to hang up. Staying on the phone with the dispatcher DOES NOT delay the ambulance crew from getting to the person needing emergency care.

• Tell the emergency dispatch operator WHERE to find the person needing emergency care. Give the exact location: use an address or nearby landmarks like intersections or buildings that will help emergency responders find you.

• Make sure your house numbers are visible from the street, both day and night, BEFORE there is an emergency.

• Tell the emergency dispatch operator WHO is hurt or sick and WHAT happened. The operator will also need to know the current condition of the victim and if any help is being given.
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The information you give the emergency dispatch operator helps Titus Regional EMS help you! When you call 911, know what to say.

August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month! Our TRMC Team plans to share tips and information throughout the month to offer education, advance advocacy, and provide support to the families in OUR community. 👩‍🍼🍼 Throughout your pregnancy you may wonder, “what can I expect after my baby is born to have a good feeding journey?” 👇

• Immediate skin to skin to promote bonding and encourage infant to latch on during their quiet alert phase (can also be done in the OR for c-section moms)
• Feeding on demand
• Avoiding artificial nipples/bottles
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August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month! Our TRMC Team plans to share tips and information throughout the month to offer education, advance advocacy, and provide support to the families in OUR community. 👩‍🍼🍼 Throughout your pregnancy you may wonder, “what can I expect after my baby is born to have a good feeding journey?” 👇

• Immediate skin to skin to promote bonding and encourage infant to latch on during their quiet alert phase (can also be done in the OR for c-section moms)
• Feeding on demand
• Avoiding artificial nipples/bottles

The TRMC Team, represented by CEO Terry Scoggin and CNO/VP of Clinical Operations Kathy Griffis, recently received recognition by the Northeast Texas Regional Advisory Council (NETRAC) for its dedication to the Hospital Preparedness Program of Trauma Service Area F. Thank you to our TRMC Team for your vital support of the wellbeing of OUR community! ... See MoreSee Less

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The TRMC Team, represented by CEO Terry Scoggin and CNO/VP of Clinical Operations Kathy Griffis, recently received recognition by the Northeast Texas Regional Advisory Council (NETRAC) for its dedication to the Hospital Preparedness Program of Trauma Service Area F. Thank you to our TRMC Team for your vital support of the wellbeing of OUR community!

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Congratulations Kathy! Much deserved.

Congratulations!!! Amazing job!

Congratulations, Kathy and Terry.

Congratulations Kathy !

Congratulations Kathy!!

Congrats Kathy! Well deserved 🎉

Great job Kathy !!!

Congratulations Kathy!

Congratulations from your NRC Health team!

Awesome Kathy! You are an awesome leader!!

Congratulations ❤️

Way to go Kathy.

Congratulations!

👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

Way to go TRMC.

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