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  • Good Shepherd Health System Joins CHRISTUS Health to Become CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Health System

    Good Shepherd Health System (GSHS) has announced the finalization of an agreement to become a part of CHRISTUS Health. This agreement brings together two prestigious health systems to create CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Health System. This joining will allow the two health systems to work together to improve access to care for patients and expand health care services throughout East Texas. Most importantly, it will increase the capacity for health care, ensuring that the ever-growing health care needs of East Texans are met through increased resources and innovative services.

  • Good Shepherd Medical Center Introduces an Online Childbirth Class

    Good Shepherd Medical Center is offering a new online childbirth class for expectant families. The internet-based program is a convenient alternative for those who are unable to attend an on-site class.

  • January is Cervical Health Awareness Month

    Good Shepherd Medical Center has joined a national campaign to urge every woman to make her health a New Year’s resolution.
     
    Each year nearly 13,000 U.S. women are diagnosed with cervical cancer, and more than 4,000 die as a result. Screening tests (Pap tests and, when appropriate, HPV tests) and vaccines exist that could essentially eliminate the disease, but are not always used despite provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) that require insurance plans to cover cervical cancer screening tests to women and HPV vaccines.

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Upcoming Events

  • ClassiCare Longview Monthly Luncheon

    ClassiCare Longview Monthly Luncheon

    02/21/2017

    Are you a member of ClassiCare? If so, please join us for our Longview Monthly Luncheon.

    11 a.m. - Noon (doors open at 10 a.m.)
    $7 per person

    Enjoy lunch and an informative seminar on "Are You Getting Enough Sleep" conducted by Wayne Conn, Sleep Lab Coordinator.

    Reserve your seat today by calling (903) 315-2273.

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  • Sibling Class

    Sibling Class

    03/06/2017

    Designed for siblings ages three to 11, this hour long class will help prepare siblings to welcome a new baby into the family. 

    Teaches siblings various ways to become engaged with their new sibling and class participants will receive a special hospital tour. 

    Fee to attend is $10 per child. To register, call (903) 315-5569.

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  • Childbirth Preparation - Longview

    Childbirth Preparation - Longview

    03/07/2017

    Good Shepherd Longview's childbirth preparation class is designed to begin six to eight weeks prior to your due date. This four-week interactive class provides labor and delivery preparation for the pregnant woman and her partner/coach. Together you will gain knowledge of the birth process and be able to make personal decisions related to your birth experience. 

    March Class Dates: 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28

    Class registration fee is $75 per couple; must register to attend.

    For details or to register, call (903) 315-5569.

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  • Free Bariatric Surgery March Seminar

    Free Bariatric Surgery March Seminar

    03/09/2017

    The weight is over! Are you ready to shed those extra pounds and keep them off? Don't wait any longer - it's time to take the first step toward a better life and healthier you. 
     

    Register online by clicking here or call the Center for Bariatric Surgery at (903) 315-4400

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