BISBEE (April 12, 2013) — Dr. Ted Brooks presented the annual Brooks Nursing Scholarship today at Copper Queen Community Hospital. Awardees were as follows: Elisa Altamirano, Kristen Castro, Anna Herbert, Jennifer Power, Sarah Richardson. We would like to congratulate all of the hardworking nurses who received this scholarship and again thank Dr. Brooks and his…

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BISBEE – It’s important to protect young children from lead exposure as it can be ingested and inhaled, and result in irreversible behavior problems and learning disabilities. Lead can be found in paints, contaminated soil and water and imported pottery, candy and toys. A blood test can measure lead levels – request one at your…

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BISBEE (April 2013) — Copper Queen Community Hospital (CQCH) continues to offer monthly mobile digital mammography at its Rural Health Clinics in Douglas and Palominas. The next screenings is scheduled for Monday, May 6, 2013.

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BISBEE – We are now taking applications for our 2013 Development Fund Scholarship Program! If you are a high school or college student planning a career in healthcare, apply today!

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Advertorial by Dr. Kathleen Vedock A major contributor of lead exposure in children living in the United States is from lead-based paint and the dust produced as it deteriorates, found mostly in older homes built before 1978. Although lead paint was banned in house paint, on products marketed to children, and in dishes or cookware…

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