We received the news in an unlikely place — Tongren, China. “Emily called and Danny is experiencing some type of liver failure. They are being transported to Seattle Children’s Hospital,” the email from our son, Andrew, read. We were stunned.
A team from the HIV Alliance in Douglas County spent two days at the fair last week, in the Douglas Public Health Network booth, teaching people how to use a drug called naloxone, that is used to bring people out of a coma after they have overdosed on opioid drugs.
A Roseburg woman with Battered Persons’ Advocacy has been honored by the state for her work alongside community health care providers on methods of screening for domestic violence and responding to survivors.
At CHI Mercy Medical Center patient support through advocacy, communications, and training are a big part of what the hospital has done to improve patient experiences and that was the focus for an interview on Talking Health on News Radio 1240 KQEN last week.
WINSTON — Wildlife Safari in Winston, is inviting terminally or chronically ill children and their families to join them in a completely free evening in the Safari Village.
As summer winds down, our local Douglas County affiliate of NAMI (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) is gearing up with community offerings.