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Groundbreaking at CCMC New Building

Hospital Construction Begins

Joining Wayne Moore for groundbreaking duties are (from the left) David Longely, FNP-C, John Horner, MD, Darron Atwood, MD and J. Paul Reynolds, MD. Coleman, Texas (January 18, 2021) – Following a pre-construction meeting with the USDA on Thursday, January 14, Lott Brothers Construction Company, Austin, Texas, was given official notice to proceed with the construction of the new addition

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The First Round of COVID-19 Vaccinations Given at Coleman County Medical Center.

The First Rounds of COVID-19 Vaccinations Given at CCMC Coleman, Texas (December 24, 2020) – Just in time for Christmas, COVID-19 vaccines were delivered to Coleman County Medical Center to help protect its staff who continue to care for COVID patients in Coleman County.  Among the first to be vaccinated were local physicians at Coleman County Medical Center, Paul Reynolds,

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New Ultrasound at CCMC

New Ultrasound at CCMC Rebecca White and the new Ultrasound at Coleman County Medical Center. Coleman, Texas (October 19, 2020) – Coleman County Medical Center has just received a new state-of-the-art Samsung HM70A ultrasound imaging system, expanding the capability over the old ultrasound device. This new ultrasound offers much higher clarity and the ability to perform echocardiograms, which allows the

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CMA Receives Letter of Commendation for Quallity

CMA Receives Letter of Commendation for Quality October 23, 2019 Coleman Medical Associates (CMA) was recently awarded a Letter of Commendation by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for the clinic’s efforts to enhance the quality of care and improve the health status of Medicare patients. This commendation is the highest honor awarded to clinicians participating in the

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CCMC Hearing Program for Newborns Earns Distinguished Status

The Newborn Hearing Screening Program at Coleman County Medical Center (CCMC) was recently recognized with a 2-year certification as a “Distinguished” program, the highest level of certification granted by the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS). The program was established to help ensure all newborns and infants at CCMC are screened for potential hearing loss, with appropriate follow-up, and

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CCMC Staff Receive Opioid Reversal Training

May 24, 2019 Coleman, Texas (May 24, 2019) – Clinical staff at Coleman County Medical Center (CCMC) attended a two-hour session at the Coleman Public Library, at the end of May, to learn more about the opioid crisis in Texas, and obtain additional training on the use of Naloxone/Narcan to rapidly reverse an opioid overdose. “Concerns about opioid addiction and

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