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Treating Coronavirus at Home

Coronavirus continues to be a serious threat and the number of confirmed cases increases daily. Unfortunately, this means that you may find yourself caring for a loved one with COVID-19 at home. It is important to know how to protect yourself and avoid getting sick while still attempting to care for the sick person and […]

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June is Men’s Health Month

June is National Men’s Health Month and the focus is on improving the lifestyles of men, increasing awareness of the leading health concerns men face, and encouraging early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. Men need to get regular checkups and be aware of the risks for their age, ethnicity, and lifestyle. […]

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May is Better Speech and Hearing Month

Did you know that May is Better Hearing and Speech Month? The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) created this special event in 1927 to raise awareness and promote understanding of hearing health and communication disorders. This year’s theme is Communication Across the Lifespan to encourage hearing loss screenings, promote hearing loss prevention, and motivate people to seek treatment […]

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May is National Stroke Awareness Month

Did you know May is National Stroke Awareness Month? Catholic Health Services provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient programs for those suffering from a stroke. The Stroke Rehabilitation Teams at St. Anthony’s and St. Catherine’s Hospitals work with one important goal in mind: to design individualized interdisciplinary programs that help each patient achieve a maximum level […]

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CHS COVID Response

Safe in Our Care – Our Commitment to You Our special fathers on Father’s Day…. The dads in our lives deserve to be celebrated in a special way. This year is different than most having to stay away from their family members but despite it all CHS did its best to bring a smile to […]

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Tips to Avoid Touching Your Face

Did you know, on average, people touch their faces up to 23 times per hour? Touching your face will contribute to the spread of germs and make you sick. That’s why it’s very important to avoid it. Ironically, once you’ve been told not to touch your face, that’s all you want to do. Here are […]

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COVID-19 Need to Know

As of today, Florida is in a declared Statewide Public Health Emergency. Catholic Health Services is closely monitoring the developing virus situation nationwide and taking the necessary precautions to ensure the safety and well-being of our residents, patients and staff. What is COVID-19? Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that spreads from person […]

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Meet Anna Hayes

Anna Hayes was the first patient to receive outpatient aquatic therapy at St. Anthony’s 15 years ago when the indoor pool was built. She, like many other patients, also inspired the current weekly Aquatic Wellness Class. Many patients wanted to continue enjoying the many benefits of aquatic therapy even after their rehabilitation regime was done. […]

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