As a South Florida healthcare leader, our team strives to keep you current on the latest updates and events to assist you, your loved ones and other families in our local community. Questions about anything you see? We’re here to help. Contact us now.
CHS is #AlwaysON During Hurricane Season
The 2022 Hurricane Season is here! We’ve taken every precaution to make sure our nursing homes, hospitals, and assisted living facilities remain safe with installed custom generators that exceed government regulations. Our priority is to ensure yours or your loved one’s safety, comfort and most importantly peace of mind. Learn more about Catholic Health Services […]
May is Stroke Month
May is National Stroke Awareness Month and Catholic Health Services wants you to know that rehabilitation is key in recovering from a stroke. While strokes can vary in type and severity, many patients and their loved ones face important decisions about rehab everyday. Stroke recovery can seem overwhelming, but rehabilitation can help regain your strength, […]
Happy National Nurses Week!
During Nurses Week, we want to recognize our nurses for their dedication, strength, and commitment to compassionate care. Their remarkable service has earned the Best of the Best award at the 2021 Annual Employee Recognition Awards Ceremony. In their honor, each nurse was featured in El Vocero News. Congratulations! Click here for El Vocero News. […]
On this #ThankfulTuesday we would like to recognize Tracy Ansonia, Director of Social Services. Tracy has been updating all the policies and procedures related to Covid-19 and fielded the Social Service Coordinator’s concerns throughout this entire process. Her work has been essential to our response during these challenging times. Who are you thankful for today? […]
Five Steps to Manage Stress
April is National Stress Awareness Month Everyone can experience stress in different ways and as such, it is difficult to define stress in one single way, but the most common explanation of stress is a physical, mental, or emotional strain or tension. Here are 5 steps to help you manage stress: Is there anything else […]
Catholic Hospice Achieves CHAP Accreditation
Officials at Catholic Hospice, part of the Catholic Health Services’ post-acute care continuum, announced today that the organization has achieved the prestigious CHAP Medicare Deemed Status, awarded for the consistent high-quality levels of care they provide their patients. […]
Happy National Doctors’ Day!
Today we celebrate National Doctors’ Day. We commend each physician for their hard work and dedication to the Catholic Hospice and Catholic Palliative Care mission. We asked a few members of our team, “What do hospice and palliative care mean to you?” Here’s what they had to say in the latest article by El Vocero News, […]
How to Sleep Better
March is Sleep Awareness Month and sleep is one of the most important ways we can fuel our bodies. Many people report experiencing occasional problems with sleep. if you’re one of those, here are some tips to help you: 1. Think of getting enough sleep as medicine. We are all very busy and may wish […]
What Happens To Our Bodies When We Don’t Get Enough Sleep?
March is Sleep Awareness Month and sleep is one of the most important ways we can fuel our bodies. We always hear people boasting about how well they’re eating and how much they’re working out. But we rarely hear anyone talking the same way about their sleep. The reality is many of us do not […]
Tips for Healthy Eating on a Budget
Eating healthy can be expensive but it’s one of the best investments we can make for our health. Eating on a budget doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice nutrition. With a little know-how and planning, you can enjoy nutritious foods without breaking the bank.A diet that includes plenty of vegetables, fruits, and lean proteins is […]