Tomball Regional Medical Center

Tomball Regional Medical Center (TRMC) provides quality healthcare to the communities we serve including emergency care, labor and delivery, a level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), general surgery, cancer treatment, cardiology, pulmonary medicine, acute inpatient rehabilitation, sports medicine, physical therapy, orthopedics, outpatient testing, wound care and many others. Our 150-acre campus also features designated specialty centers: the Heart Center, the Tomball Regional Medical CenterWound and Hyperbaric Center, Texas Sports Medicine Center and Cancer Treatment Center.

July is UV Safety Month. Today Tomball’s UV index is classified as “extreme.” Even if you aren’t outside for an extended period of time, you still need to protect your skin with sunscreen, sunglasses and shade.

Always check the backseat before you lock your car. Even if it’s just 60 degrees outside, it can reach 110 degrees inside your car. It's much hotter in our area right now, so please read on to learn more about avoiding child heatstroke: https://zurl.co/o8Rgd
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TRMC’s Women’s Center invites moms-to-be to tour the Labor & Delivery and Post-Partum areas every Sunday evening. During the tour, visitors will learn how our dedicated team helps create a comfortable, customized experience for moms to welcome their bundles of joy into the world. The Women’s Center is staffed with board-certified obstetricians and neonatologists, specially-trained nurses and board certified lactation consultants in order to provide high-quality care to moms and babies close to home.

Tours are available every Sunday at 5 p.m. and there is no registration required. If you have any questions regarding the tour, you may call 281-401-7209.

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Men's Health Month is observed each June to educate men and their families about the steps they can take to stay healthy, which includes regular cancer screenings.

Ready or not, today marks the first day of summer. Follow these tips to beat the heat:

45 is the new 50. The American Cancer Society now recommends that people begin regular colorectal cancer screenings at age 45. Learn more about the new guidelines by following this link: bit.ly/ACSScreeningGuidelines2018

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What parents need to know about dry, secondary drowning - HCA Today Blog

“It can be as innocent as getting knocked over in the waves at the beach. The child may appear to be fine immediately after walking ashore, but symptoms can appear hours later. You'll never be sorry that you came in to get checked out after any kind of near-miss event in the water." Here's what else parents need to know: http://bit.ly/2Mjbg7X #SummerSafety #DryDrowning

hcatodayblog.com Dry or secondary drownings can occur hours after leaving the water. Learn the signs, symptoms and prevention methods to keep your kids safe.

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From TRMC, Happy Father’s Day to the men who have encouraged, assisted and helped to shape the lives of others.
“My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person, he believed in me.” – Jim Valvano

250,000 people are treated in the ER each year for soccer injuries such as sprains, fractures, tears and concussions. Whether you dream of playing in the #WorldCup or you simply enjoy kicking it around the local pitch, check out these tips for avoiding soccer injuries:
• Warm up and stretch your muscles before hitting the pitch.
• Cooling down and stretching AFTER playing is also essential.
• Stay hydrated whenever you exercise – 24 oz. of water before playing and at least 8 oz. for every 20 minutes during exercise is a good rule of thumb.
• Equipment plays a part in preventing injuries, as well: shin guards, the right sneakers or cleats and padding on the goal posts can help keep players safe.

"I really think that what distinguishes [TRMC] is we’ve been in this community since 1948. So we’ve been a part of this community, and this hospital was started by this community... We want to serve the growing needs of [Tomball]..."
Get to know more about our CEO, Eric Evans, in the following Community Impact article: http://bit.ly/MeetEricEvansTRMC

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Kate Spade’s death prompts education on suicide risks, signs and resources to help - HCA Today Blog

“It’s incredibly sad news and, what’s more tragic, is that it happens all of the time. We do a very good job of educating the public about what you should do when you experience chest pains, stroke symptoms and all of those conditions that have been major preventative health campaigns. Yet, we haven’t done as well, to this point, about education on immediate care for people with psychiatric symptoms.” Read more here. #SuicidePrevention http://bit.ly/2M7tzgg

hcatodayblog.com Fashion designer Kate Spade was recently found dead after an apparent suicide. A psychiatrist shares risk factors and how to help your loved ones in crisis.

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MAP: Growing senior population drives health care demand

We are committed to keeping the Tomball community healthy through every stage of life. In 2011, TRMC opened a specialty senior care unit to ensure older patients receive the inpatient care they need.

Sharon Ikler, TRMC's chief nursing officer, explained to Community Impact Tomball / Magnolia, “As the senior population ages and we are able to extend the median lifespan, so do the chronic illnesses. We have to keep up with that and make sure we manage that."

communityimpact.com The 65-and-older population has steadily increased in Tomball and Magnolia from 2010-16, growing at a faster rate percentage-wise than the general population in nearly every local census tract—a neighborhood-level geography determined by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Alzheimer’s disease is associated with an older population, as most people who develop this progressive brain disorder are 65 and older. About 5.5 million Americans live with the disease, and within that number, 200,000 adults developed the condition under the age of 65. When this happens, it’s called younger-onset or early-onset Alzheimer’s.

Learn more by following this article link: http://bit.ly/EarlyOnsetAlzheimers_ShareCare

The CDC reported earlier this month that illnesses from mosquitoes, ticks and fleas have more than tripled since 2004!
Learn how you can help you and your family avoid ticks when you are outdoors this summer with these tips.

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CDC Features - CDC Celebrates World No Tobacco Day

May 31st is observed as World No Tobacco Day by the CDC and World Health Organization as World No Tobacco Day. The purpose of the day is to bring awareness to the major health risks associated with tobacco use, as well as to encourage tobacco users to quit. Read more about World No Tobacco Day and learn how you can kick the habit by following the link:

cdc.gov Several actions have been taken to reduce tobacco use. Learn how you can help eliminate smoking as the leading preventable cause of disease and death in the world and save lives.

At the start of the month, the TRMC team joined our HCA Gulf Coast Division family of hospitals at the 2018 March of Dimes March for Babies. We were honored to be able to fundraise, educate and walk for this important cause, which fights for the health of moms and babies.

At TRMC, we are proud to honor all the brave men and women who have served our country. Have a safe Memorial Day.

Today is National Don’t Fry Day. Learn how to protect your skin if you plan to have fun in the sun this Memorial Day weekend.

Some summer sun safety tips include:
• Apply sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher at least 15 minutes before going outside and re-apply every two hours
• Remember that the sun’s UV rays are just as strong on overcast days as on sunny days
• Wear a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses to protect your face and neck
• Check the UV index before heading outside – the scale ranks the sun’s radiation from 0 to 10+ (anything higher than six can be damaging to your skin)
• Remember that UV rays are most dangerous between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., as well as near water, snow and sand, because the rays reflect from the ground
For more information, you can follow this link: • Apply sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher at least 15 minutes before going outside and re-apply every two hours
• Remember that the sun’s UV rays are just as strong on overcast days as on sunny days
• Wear a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses to protect your face and neck
• Wear protective clothing
• Use an umbrella or stay in shady areas
• Check the UV index before heading outside – the scale ranks the sun’s radiation from 0 to 10+ (anything higher than six can be damaging to your skin)
• Remember that UV rays are most dangerous between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., as well as near water, snow and sand, because the rays reflect from the ground

For more information, you can follow this link: http://blog.sarahcannon.com/dont-fry-day/

#TBT to a beautiful Saturday at the Tomball Farmers Market! Our stroke, sepsis and chest pain coordinators educated the community about stroke prevention, heart health, and the services we provide. The team also partnered with local EMS to provide CPR kits and training. TRMC is proud to be Organically Grown since 1948!

The time has arrived to thank those who always arrive to help in times of crisis. Join us in expressing gratitude for the outstanding services of EMS personnel who assist in saving lives every day. #EMSWeek

While our hearts are broken by the tragedy that occurred at Santa Fe High School on Friday, we are honored to have caregivers that demonstrate compassion, poise and perseverance in the face of such senseless violence. Our HCA Gulf Coast Division sister hospitals at Clear Lake Regional Medical Center and Mainland Medical Center together received 10 injured children. We are wishing all of those affected a healthy recovery and comfort in the days ahead.

(Photos include: caregivers providing interviews and updates to the public via CNN, Mainland Medical Center staff at the 6th Annual Firefighter Games, benefiting Santa Fe High and the families affected, a blood drive for the injured that U.S. Congressman Randy Weber attended in support, and flags at half-staff outside Clear Lake Regional to honor the victims.)

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Team Yanny or Team Laurel: It’s About Perception - HCA Today Blog

Are you Team Yanny or Team Laurel!? Learn from HCA Healthcare's speech-language pathologist why this great social media debate happened in the first place. What did you hear?

hcatodayblog.com Now that the yanny versus laurel debate is over, a speech language pathologist at Rose Medical Center explains why it happened in the first place.

TRMC is thrilled to welcome 14 new StaRNs to our hospital! StaRN is an acronym for Specialty Training Apprenticeship for Registered Nurses - we are so proud to offer this program!
The StaRN program was implemented by HCA gulf Coast Division in order to help new graduate nurses gain the experience needed to begin work in specialty areas. The program focuses on Medical/Surgical, Telemetry, Critical Care Nursing, Women’s Services, ER, OR, Cath Lab & Behavioral Health.
Please help us in welcoming these new nurses!

Running is a great way to exercise, but injuries are common. Here’s how to stay safe when you run: https://goo.gl/oGDRCy

A stroke occurs in the U.S. about once every 40 seconds. It’s important to take immediate action upon noticing symptoms of a stroke…

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Today is the day to recognize your very first care giver. Happy Mother’s Day from TRMC.

We appreciate our team a ‘waffle’ lot! #TeamTomabll kicked off Hospital Week with a special Chicken & Waffles breakfast.

#TBT is more than just a hashtag at Tomball Regional… it’s today’s Hospital Week theme! We encouraged employees to wear their favorite ‘vintage’ outfits, share photos from their high school days, and to indulge in Sloppy Joes and Frito Pies.

During Hospital Week, we celebrate every physician, nurse, volunteer and employee for their dedication to supporting the health of the Tomball community with compassionate and quality care. Thank you for all you do.

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Happy Nurses Week! Each year, Tomball Regional celebrates the achievements of our incredible nurses, both as professionals and compassionate caregivers. We are also taking this week to reflect upon the purposeful way every nurse works to fulfill our mission: "Above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life."

Happy #NursesWeek! Throughout the week, May 6 through May 12, 2018, HCA Healthcare's Gulf Coast Division is celebrating national Nurses Week.

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Houston Chronicle recognizes Top 15 Nurses for excellence, dedication

Congratulations to our own Danielle Springer who was nominated for this year's Salute to Nurses and recognized by the Houston Chronicle as a top 15 nurse!

chron.com The Houston Chronicle has, since 2000, recognized and honored the more than 50,000 nurses living and working in the Greater Houston area during National Nurses Week. These men and women are committed to protect, promote and improve health care for all Houstonians and residents of neighboring towns a...

TRMC's Employee Advisory Group (EAG), which represents over 20 hospital departments, kicked off the week with a planning session to discuss upcoming events such as next month's Hospital Week and Nurse's Week. A huge shout out to our EAG members for all that they do to promote a culture of excellence!
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#OneTeamOneDream

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Please support Team Tomball Tiny Toes on their mission to raise money for March for Babies. Join us in the walk, donate to a team or participate in one of several fundraisers here at TRMC. Money raised will help support research and education for healthy moms and babies.

To join or donate, visit: https://www.marchforbabies.org/CSO/CSO?csoId=85093

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Team Tomball is looking mighty fine today, proudly sporting their blue Tomball shirts. Cheers to a week of team work and collaboration!
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We love our Tomball community and look forward to bringing engaging, relevant and informative community health seminars to our friends and neighbors. Thanks to all who attended this evening's presentation over robotic surgery!

It's Tuesday, Team Tomball - which means our Blue Jeans for Babies and March of Dimes Parking Spot Raffle begins at 11am in the cafe! Snap a photo of yourself with a purple bracelet or raffle ticket and tag TRMC!

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Please support Team Tomball Tiny Toes on their mission to raise money for March for Babies. Join us in the walk, donate to a team or participate in one of several fundraisers here at TRMC. Money raised will help support research and education for healthy moms and babies.

To join or donate, visit: https://www.marchforbabies.org/CSO/CSO?csoId=85093

marchforbabies.org Please join us May 6, 2018!

No better way to start the day than with a strong cup of coffee, a great team and a chat with TRMC's CNO, Sharon Ikeler! We are lucky to have such dedicated nurses at our hospital! #Committed2Care
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A big thank you to the Greater Tomball Area Chamber of Commerce for welcoming Dr. Brian Harkins to the stage to speak about our upcoming community seminar over the benefits of robotic surgery.

To enjoy a FREE prime rib dinner and learn more about our robotic services on Thursday, April 12, RSVP by calling 281.318.2315.

Happy National Doctor's Day to the medical staff at Tomball Regional Medical Center! We are grateful for all that you do to keep our loved ones and the community healthy.

The success of any organization requires team members who strive toward reaching the same goal, and Team Tomball is driven to improve the quality of life for every person who walks through our doors. A big shout out to our team members for their continued dedication and commitment to the care and improvement of human life! #OneTeamOneDream
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Join us on the evening of Thursday, April 12 for a free community seminar to learn about the benefits of minimally invasive robotic surgery.

To RSVP, call 281.318.2315 or visit TomballRegional.com.

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