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Treating your cancer where your life is means you can still make it to the ballpark.
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Bone & Joint

If knee or hip pain is reducing your quality of life, then it may be time for you to consider joint replacement. We have created a special program dedicated to getting you back to your favorite activities as soon as possible with proven outcomes of excellence in recovery. The CHRISTUS St. Michael Center for Joint Replacement is a special area just for the care of our knee and hip replacement patients

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CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System Recognized for Lactation Care Services

The International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners® (IBLCE®) and International Lactation Consultant Association® (ILCA®) have once again recognized CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System for their focus on maternal health and excellence in lactation care.

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CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital-Atlanta Honors Fran Wyatt With “Celebration of Service”

CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital - Atlanta honored Fran Wyatt, long-time volunteer, with a “Celebration of Service” on Tuesday, June 29, upon her “retirement” after 20 years of volunteer service at the hospital.

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Increase in RSV Leads to Visitation Guideline Changes at CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System

After a statewide alert from the Texas Department of State Health Services and an increase in cases of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) locally, CHRISTUS St. Michael Health System officials have updated visitation practices for the Women’s and Children’s areas of its hospitals.

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We are blessed to have this technology in our community. It’s so scary how many women could walk around not knowing they have cancer. Now, we have the technology to better detect the disease.
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