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Dr. Robert Bidwell Honored by the AAFP

2019-06-24T15:17:32-06:00

Dr. Robert Bidwell has been designated a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. The Degree of Fellow recognizes AAFP members who have distinguished themselves among their colleagues, as well as in their communities, by their service to family medicine, by their advancement of health care to the American people, and by [...]

Dr. Robert Bidwell Honored by the AAFP2019-06-24T15:17:32-06:00

RHN Names New Director – Community Outreach Services

2019-04-10T10:44:59-06:00

Kraig Stockstill has been named RHN's Director - Community Outreach Services in Amarillo. Mr. Stockstill has over twenty years of experience in championing causes for the disadvantaged, with interests in restorative relationships and trauma-informed care. Mr. Stockstill’s areas of expertise include program development and evaluation, community engagement, and staff development and training. Mr. Stockstill holds [...]

RHN Names New Director – Community Outreach Services2019-04-10T10:44:59-06:00

Thank You From Northwest Elementary

2019-03-19T10:54:36-06:00

RHN received a ‘Thank You’ note from Mrs. Eve Delgado’s Bilingual Kindergarten class at Northwest Elementary in Hereford. The students were recipients of toothpaste and toothbrushes provided by RHN Dental. Each student sent a drawing expressing his or her gratitude. We've included a few of those wonderful works of art in this post. Enjoy.

Thank You From Northwest Elementary2019-03-19T10:54:36-06:00

The Flu Is Widespread in the U.S., and It’s Not Too Late to Get Vaccinated

2019-01-23T15:39:19-06:00

The flu season is going strong. About six million to seven million people in the United States have come down with the illness so far, with half of them sick enough to have seen doctors, according to estimates released on Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Some 69,000 to 84,000 ended up [...]

The Flu Is Widespread in the U.S., and It’s Not Too Late to Get Vaccinated2019-01-23T15:39:19-06:00

Program Targets Tobacco Dependency

2018-04-09T09:11:12-06:00

(In October of 2015 Joseph Dad started a Tobacco Cessation program after sitting in on a provider meeting and realizing that tobacco dependence has an impact on RHN’s top three chronic health concerns HTN, Diabetes and Hyperlipidemia.) In collaboration with Tobacco Free Amarillo, MD Anderson’s Taking Texas Tobacco Free, and the Mayo Clinic,  a program [...]

Program Targets Tobacco Dependency2018-04-09T09:11:12-06:00

Having The “Right” Money Mind-Set – by Derek Martin, CFO

2017-10-18T12:08:58-06:00

Money is one of the most loaded, loved, and loathed topics. Although used every day, we rarely stop to consider how we feel, speak or what we truly believe about it. Understanding the money mind-set is critical to improving one’s financial situation. There are many common beliefs that portray money in negative ways. For example, [...]

Having The “Right” Money Mind-Set – by Derek Martin, CFO2017-10-18T12:08:58-06:00

Strength In Diversity – by Rick Love, CEO

2017-10-18T12:07:54-06:00

RHN’s Vision of “Changing Lives, Transforming Communities, One Person at a Time,” is rooted in the belief that nothing good happens without first having a solid foundation of “Good” people. With that in mind, I’m thinking about our theme for the year, “Building the Vision,” and am reminded that one of the foundational cornerstones on [...]

Strength In Diversity – by Rick Love, CEO2017-10-18T12:07:54-06:00

Run In Your Lane – by Wally Chavez, Director of Communications & Community Development

2017-10-18T12:07:21-06:00

I recently signed up to run a 10K race; that’s 6.2 miles. I have enjoyed running for most of my life. I find it to be fun, challenging and therapeutic. As much as I like to run, I’m not a fast runner; and that’s the problem. It’s a race. Slow runners never come in first. [...]

Run In Your Lane – by Wally Chavez, Director of Communications & Community Development2017-10-18T12:07:21-06:00