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  • Saving Lives - There's an App for That

    In time sensitive emergencies like heart attacks and strokes, every minute counts. Thanks to a revolutionary new app to coordinate care, Good Shepherd Medical Center now leads Texas and the United States in treatment times for patients experiencing a heart attack or stroke.

  • Good Shepherd Recognizes Colon Cancer Awareness Month

    Good Shepherd Medical Center is taking March to spread the word that colon cancer is preventable, beatable and treatable.

  • Good Shepherd Kilgore Emergency Room Re-opens March 1

    Good Shepherd Medical Center announced today it will re-open its Kilgore Emergency Department (ED) tomorrow at 8 a.m. Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, the Kilgore ED provides patients of all ages the high-quality, compassionate care associated with the Good Shepherd name.

  • Institute Celebrates Seventh Annual Inspire Award

    The Good Shepherd Institute for Healthy Living will recognize the amazing accomplishments of six members on Thursday, March 3, at the Seventh Annual Inspire Award Luncheon.

  • Pink Heals of Gregg County Celebrates Second Birthday

    Pink Heals of Gregg County will host a community celebration Saturday, February 20 for the second birthday of its two pink fire trucks, Vicki and Amy.

  • Marshall Hospital Foundation Announces Annual Red Thursday Activities for Heart Month

    Good Shepherd Medical Center – Marshall stands ready to celebrate February as National Heart Month by inviting the community to participate in Red Thursday Seminars and the annual Red Dress Luncheon. 

  • 'Concussion' Film Spotlights Athlete Safety

    The national conversation about sports and brain injury will likely be fueled this Christmas with the release of Will Smith’s newest film, “Concussion,” which focuses on one man’s fight against the National Football League due to his research about brain damage suffered by professional football players. 
     
    Across East Texas, Good Shepherd Medical Center has been working for years to make sure high school and college athletes stay safe under the Friday Night Lights.

  • Treasuring Life's Journey Allows Hope to Bloom from Tragedy

    On Nov. 19, for the first time, the family of Lynden Bell will see their loved one's likeness in flowers made from recycled materials as a tribute to this man who chose to donate his organs to save lives.

  • Good Shepherd Medical Center and Longview Orthopaedic Clinic Association to Host Free Seminar

    Good Shepherd Medical Center and Longview Orthopaedic Clinic Association present Total Joints, Today and in the Future, a free joint disease seminar. Featuring Dr. Jordan Stanley and introducing Dr. Charles Grooters, the seminar will cover the latest advances and treatment options for joint pain that are available in East Texas.

  • Good Shepherd Medical Associates Premier Pediatrics Open House

    Good Shepherd Medical Associates Premier Pediatrics will host an open house celebrating the addition of two new physicians. The open house will feature a meet and greet with office staff, office tours, complimentary snacks and door prizes.

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