A new program at the Community Healthcare Center of Wichita Falls is helping soon-to-be moms go through their first pregnancy.
Even though it hasn’t spread to Texoma, health officials are urging everyone to get their measles vaccine. Especially, since there is an outbreak going on right now.
Do you think you are experiencing flu like symptoms? If so, you are not alone. Many Texomans have been packing into Community Healthcare Center with flu symptoms.
A new service is being offered in Wichita County and its goal is to help transform the lives of mothers pregnant with their first child.
The flu season is just around the corner and the Community Healthcare Center wants you to be prepared.
Community Healthcare Center will offer adult flu vaccinations at walk-in clinics every Thursday in September from 2-4 p.m.
A program to help first time moms here in Texoma. Nurse-Family Partnership is a program that provides services to first time moms and their babies for the first two years of life.
School is back in full swing and children are now more susceptible to suffering a food allergy during lunch. Health professionals say it’s a problem that affects mainly younger children because they’re still being introduced to new foods.
Some Wichita Falls children were read to by some familiar faces Tuesday afternoon.
Community Healthcare Center in Wichita Falls is marking National Health Center Week 2014 with a week packed full of events.