The Payson High School prom is Saturday, April 26. Prom is a special event for most teens, maybe even a rite of passage.
Friday, April 4: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., main lobby, Payson Regional Medical Center – MHA Auxiliary Arts, Crafts and Bake Sale with baby items, scarves, catnip toys, dishcloths, jewelry and much more.
The practice of tai chi is thousands of years old, having evolved from a martial art into medicinal and meditative uses.
The idea of home health care is simple. People who have a condition that requires home health care such as diabetes, heart failure, cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, hypertension or cardiovascular disease can receive skilled care in the privacy of their homes.
I am scheduled for surgery and my expected hospital stay is at least three days. I take daily prescription medication. Can I bring them with me to take during my stay?
The lack of sleep can lead to all kinds of problems — from short tempers to brain fog to stress to actual health issues. So, to address these problems and present ways to solve them, the sponsors of the annual Women’s Wellness Forum are making sleep the focus of the event Saturday, March 29.
People who live in rural areas suffer a significantly greater risk that they’ll die from an accident — even from something as simple as a fall.
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Every cook needs a reliable partner in the kitchen — a helpmate that can take the heat without panicking.
The Lunch & Learn Wednesday, April 2, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. will feature Allergies with Dr. Jennifer Dumbolton.
Award-winning staff and facility voted ‘Best’ by Roundup readers four years in a row
Payson Care Center is located just west of Payson Regional Medical Center at 107 E. Lone Pine Dr. Payson Care Center is a post-acute care facility offering skilled nursing and therapy services to patients after surgery or illness. The facility’s staff prides itself in the ability to care for higher acuity patients serving Payson and all of Northern Arizona.
Payson offers several long-term care options for its aging population. Seniors retire to Payson because of its perfect climate and small-town, relaxed feeling.
You almost need an ark to survive the flood of available information on stress management. Numerous programs, seminars, conferences, books and workshops focus on avoiding or coping with stress.
The Payson Care Center Therapy Department will offer a monthly pre-surgery orthopedic workshop for patients undergoing hip and knee surgery.
Congressman hears residents’ concerns about health care
Congressman Paul Gosar recently made a special visit to Payson Care Center. A dentist by profession, Gosar has an interest in health care revisions specifically as it applies to dental care with the elderly. The Congressman listened to the residents’ concerns about how health care changes have affected skilled nursing care facilities.
Having surgery locally helps in the recovery process
Susan Bobek is no stranger to joint replacement surgery. She has had both knees replaced and recently local orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Patrick Harrison, replaced both of her hips within four months of each other.