Diabetes Education Service Merits ADA Recognition

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The Titus Regional Medical Center diabetes self-management education service in Mt Pleasant has been awarded continued Recognition from the American Diabetes Association.  The DSMES service was originally Recognized in 2003.  This service offers high-quality education services to their participants. The ADA Education Recognition effort, begun in the fall of 1986, is a voluntary process which assures that approved education services …

Understanding the COVID Variant “Delta”

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As we enter the heart of summer and see so many restrictions fade away, it may seem that COVID-19 as we know it is slowly fading from our horizon.  However, we continue to see variants of the disease make their way into our country, our state, and affecting OUR community. The most recent variant, referred to as “Delta”, is now confirmed …

Request For Proposal for Ambulance Purchase

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Titus County Hospital District d/b/a Titus Regional Medical Center (hereinafter referred to as “TRMC” “TRMC EMS” or “EMS”) hereby invites proposals from qualified interested parties (hereinafter referred to as “Agency”, “Proposer” or “Proposers”) to provide new ambulances to TRMC EMS, pursuant to the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth in or referred in this Request for Proposal (“RFP”). Please see …

TRMC Announces 2021 BrightWell Nurses

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The BrightWell Nurse Award is given annually to the extraordinary nurses at TRMC who exemplify inspirational, compassionate care and support to their patients, their team members and OUR community.   Recipients are nominated by the leadership team and selected based on their demonstration of the values exemplified by the nurse the award honors, Dorothy Brightwell. The BrightWell Nurse Award symbolizes the …

Weather Updates

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Last updated Thursday, February 18 @ 4:19pm The safety of our patients and team members is a priority to everyone at TRMC. With the inclement weather expected over the next few days, we want to keep you updated on any closures or delays we may experience due to unsafe road conditions. This page will be updated regularly to reflect the changes as …

TRMC Partners with Ochsner to Enhance Healthcare in Northeast Texas

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Healthier Tomorrows start with being able to manage and monitor your health!  As a part of our commitment to Healthier Tomorrows, TRMC is excited to announce a partnership between Titus Regional Medical Center and Ochsner Health System.  As partners, we’ve focused our efforts on enhancing access to primary and specialty care and expanding telemedicine offerings.  TRMC is committed to making …

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON TAX INCREASE

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON TAX INCREASE A tax rate of $0.2069 per $100 valuation has been proposed by the governing body of Titus Regional Medical Center. DOWNLOAD THE OFFICIAL NOTICE HERE A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED TAX RATE WILL BE HELD ON September 21, 2020 at 11:30 AM at 2001 N Jefferson Mount Pleasant TX on the second …

Request for Proposal – Imaging Equipment

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Titus County Hospital District d/b/a Titus Regional Medical Center (hereinafter referred to as “TRMC”) hereby invites proposals from qualified interested parties (hereinafter referred to as “Agency”, “Proposer” or “Proposers”) to provide Imaging Equipment to TRMC, pursuant to the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth in or referred in this Request for Proposal (“RFP”). Please see proposal requirements and important deadlines, attached here. DOWNLOAD …

Physician’s Six S’s For How to Evaluate Treatment

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Author: Craig DeLisi, MD, Family Care Center Mt. Pleasant Last month marked the beginning of my third decade as a practicing physician.  In the previous five months, I have been asked my opinion regarding medications or therapies (to treat COVID) more times than I’ve ever been asked in my career, maybe combined.  Friends, family, and patients – everybody is hearing …

Local Physicians Collaborating to Offer Great Care to Our Community

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By: Dr. Craig Delisi, Family Care Center Mt. Pleasant The news and our community continues to be inundated with COVID-19 information.  It seems I hear from patients or neighbors daily asking about something they have heard or read through countless news outlets.  Understanding and filtering all of the facts, figures, and theories can be exhausting for all of us. As …