National Rural Health Day

HRSA is hosting a variety of events throughout the week of November 16 to celebrate National Rural Health Day (NRHD) on November 19. While these events are open to the public, registration is required for some events. NRHD is HRSA’s opportunity to showcase the work and accomplishments across the agency supporting rural health and to applaud… Read More »

Thank you Veterans

Thank you to our  AccelHealth Veterans for your outstanding military service and continued passion to serve others:  Mike Cloy, PA, Christopher VanBibber, Stephan Dueboay, Dr. Joe Hubbard, Dr. Charles Childers, and Scott Pool, LPC.  ” . . . Community Health Centers are proud to carry out our country’s sacred obligation to provide health care for… Read More »

DR. PAUL LIVINGSTON RETIRES

DR. PAUL LIVINGSTON RETIRES. Dr. Ronald “Paul” Livingston, DO has announced his retirement after 45 years of serving the community as a Family Medicine Specialist. Dr. Livingston graduated from University of North Texas Health Science Center Texas College Of Osteopathic Medicine, University of North Texas Health Science Center At Fort Worth in 1974 and is… Read More »

Labor Day

All AccelHealth clinics will be closed Monday, September 7th in observance of Labor Day. Clinics will resume regular hours on Tuesday, September 8th. Enjoy the Labor Day weekend.

#WellChildWednesdays

Help Spread #WellChildWednesdays to Encourage Parents to Keep Up with Pediatric Checkups and ImmunizationsCDC data show that fewer children are receiving timely immunizations this year compared to last year. Declines in vaccination coverage can leave young children and communities vulnerable to otherwise preventable diseases like measles. To encourage parents and stakeholders to keep up with… Read More »

St. Jude Research Hospital activity book for kids

St. Jude Research Hospital has created a free printable coloring book and activity book for kids. This book is a wonderful resource and communication tool for families to discuss COVID-19.The coloring book helps children understand “coronavirus”; how it makes you sick, how to be safe, and how to not worry.