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  • Orthopedics ranked among the best in the nation.

    Becker's Hospital Review is pleased to name 125 hospitals and health systems with great orthopedic programs for 2014.

  • Good Shepherd NorthPark Medical Plaza State-of-the-Art Emergency Room Opening Tomorrow

    Good Shepherd Health System proudly begins a new chapter in exceptional emergency care as the doors open Tuesday, September 23 on the new Good Shepherd NorthPark Emergency Department. Convenience, easy access and comprehensive care have come to North Longview.

  • Good Shepherd Welcomes New Chief Information Officer

    Good Shepherd Medical Center names Chris Blakemore as its new Chief Information Officer. 

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Upcoming Events

  • Flu Vaccines Now Available

    Flu Vaccines Now Available


    Most insurance plans cover the cost of a flu vaccine, so take advantage and protect yourself and your family today.

    Cost for self-pay patients:
    Standard, seasonal flu vaccine/$30
    Nasal mist (FluMist)/$35
    Quadrivalent flu vaccine/$35

    To find a location near you, click here or call 903.315.4747.

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  • Train Your Brain

    Train Your Brain

    10/08/2014
    Free Community Event!


    Join us for this exciting free course designed to keep your brain and body in top shape!

    Sure to boost your aging mental engine, this eight-week program for whole-person wellness and quality of life, focuses on memory, stress and keeping your brain healthy.

    Thursdays Only, October 9 - November 20

    Please register in advance by calling 903.323.6511

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  • Pre-Diabetes: Making a Difference

    Pre-Diabetes: Making a Difference

    10/21/2014

    Before developing type 2 diabetes people almost always have "pre-diabetes.” Pre-diabetes is when blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not yet high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes. Those with pre-diabetes will not always develop type 2 diabetes, so early treatment can be the key to prevention.

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