CAN Cancer’s annual Trail of Hope 5K Run and Walk will be held Saturday, May 13, starting at the Hines Park pavilion. The Trail of Hope 5K Run & Walk was established in 2008 by Callianne...

Maintaining overall good health involves more than just addressing physical symptoms. It also requires looking at behavioral health and evaluating the mind-body-behavior connection. An integration of physical and behavioral health services continues to develop at...

Screening can prevent colorectal cancer or catch the #2 cancer killer early when it’s highly treatable Jon Reponen is a forester with the Bureau of Land Management Burns District, and a long-time wildland firefighter. He readily...

Following the recommended schedule of well-child visits with your family primary care provider can have a wide range of benefits for you and your child. What is a well-child visit? It is a physical examination recommended...

Are you Team Red or Team Blue? Maybe you prefer one color over the other, but either way, you’re in good hands! You may not have noticed yet, but Harney District Hospital (HDH) Family Care has...

National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD) was a week-long event this year (April 16-22), and aimed to help people across the U.S. understand the value of advance health care planning. The theme for 2017 was “It...

Harney District Hospital is now offering a safe and economical way to dispose of unused and/or expired medication, including narcotics, non-controlled and over-the-counter medications. This MedSafe receptacle is an unused, ultimate-user medication disposal system, located...

CAN Cancer of Harney County has had a busy couple of months, thanks to the great support of the community! More than $3,200 has been raised to help local cancer patients with travel and lodging...

Flu season is here. It’s not too late to get vaccinated – walk-ins at HDH Family Care are welcome, as well as at several locations around our community. Along with seasonal influenza vaccination, the Oregon Health...