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One of the most common reasons for people to visit emergency rooms is chest pains. And, these visits are with good reason. Chest pains should never be ignored. They can be a sign you’re having a heart attack and, if so, always remember that ‘seconds count.’ As a good rule of thumb, if you’re having … Continue reading “Chest Pains Should Not be Ignored”

Rashes, hives, and skin infections can have a wide range of causes, some of which can be very serious. With the recent outbreak of measles and its associated rash, properly treating the underlying causes of a rash can be very important. While there are many, many causes for skin eruptions, those causes generally fall into … Continue reading “How to Manage Skin Infections, Rashes, and Hives”

We were very excited to participate in the Career Day event held on April 26 at Eastside Elementary. During the event, students had the opportunity to learn about the various professions they can find in the medical field, and especially within a hospital setting.     Members of our staff with Texas Emergency Hospital gave … Continue reading “EHS Participates in Career Day at Eastside Elementary”

Don Vickers. CEO for Emergency Hospital Systems Welcome to the second issue of the Emergency Hospital Systems Newsletter. We are very proud for the positive response that we received from our first issue and hope that Hospital Networks continues to provide useful information. In this past quarter, we have completed important projects that would like … Continue reading “Words from our CEO”

Emergency Hospital Systems opened its High Complexity Laboratory in November 2018 providing fast and accurate test results to the communities it serves. The High Complexity Lab combines innovation with highly qualified staff making it possible to conduct more tests, with high level of accuracy and in a short period of time. The state of art … Continue reading “Emergency Hospital Systems opens its High Complexity Laboratory”

EHS joined the initiative on raising Awareness of Colorectal Cancer by encouraging its employees to donate one can of goods and a pair of eyeglasses in exchange for dressing blue every Friday of March. Items collected went toward Cleveland´s Food Pantry and the Lions Club respectively. The campaign was aimed at raising awareness of employees … Continue reading “Rising Awareness of Colorectal Cancer”

As part of your hometown healthcare, Emergency Hospital Systems (EHS) offers an outpatient clinic where you can obtain primary care services from our Board Certified Nurse Practitioner, Mary Monaghan or cardiac care from our in-house cardiologist, Jeffrey Klem, M.D. The clinic is located at our Cleveland Emergency Hospital (CEH) and hours of operation go throughout … Continue reading “Primary Care Services Available at our Clinic”

As part of our ongoing effort to improve the safety and quality of care for our patients, and with the goal of better meeting the growing health needs of Liberty County residents, Emergency Hospital Systems (EHS), has been renewing and modernizing its Texas Emergency Hospital (THE) facility located at Cleveland, Texas. In the last two … Continue reading “More Renovations For Texas Emergency Hospital”

EHS participated in the Taste of Cleveland Business Expo organized by the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce on April 17 at the Civic Center in Cleveland, Texas. EHS was present at this event with a decorated booth and a wide variety of dishes to taste. Also free glucose tests and blood pressure checks were offered to … Continue reading “Free glucose testing and blood pressure at Taste of Texas”

Dr. Vik Rajan, M.D. Emergency Hospital Systems – ER Doctor and Director of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Nephrology, Integrative Holistic Medicine Dr, Vik Rajan is a board certified in internal medicine, pediatrics, nephrology, and integrative medicine (ABPS). Dr. Rajan received his medical degree from the University of Texas A&M Health Science … Continue reading “Dr. Vik Rajan M.D”

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