September 3rd, CRMC participated in the Shattered Dreams program with Port Aransas High School students.
Care Regional Medical Center kicked off a Chaplain Program April 1st. Those pictured are just a few representing this program.
Care Regional Medical Center sent 25 volunteers to help serve 500 guest at the Aransas Pass Fall Feast.
CRMC staff and CRMC Clinical staff walked in the Aransas Pass Homecoming Parade supporting the Aransas Pass Panthers. We gave out candy and health information to nearly 2000 people who came out to watch. In addition, we promoted breast cancer awareness and collected donations.
Sept. 11, 2014:A group of staff from CRMC; including RN’s, MA’s, PT’s, and other staff performed a number of health screenings for around 300 San Patricio County Employees.
May 29th, 2014: Dr. Menendez, along with other health care professionals, spent the morning with Fulton 4-5 Learning Center talking about skeletal health. More than 250 students and staff present. After the presentation, Dr. Menendez distributed bike helmets to the students who attended. The helmets were sponsored by Dr. Menendez and CRMC.
April 11th, 2014 CRMC was the major sponsor for the Womens Club of Aransas Pass Style Show. This is an annual event put on for the community and a major fundraiser for local students scholarships and community projects. The theme this year was TEXAS. CRMC was honored at the event as a major donor and it was attended by Kerry Upton, Crystal Burns, Sandra Mellert, Dr. Menendez, and Randall Freeze.
February 4th, 5th, and 11th, 2014 the staff of CRMC offered free health screening for The Palms, Southern Oaks, and Portabelo RV parks. We screened for blood sugar, blood pressure, BMI, and depression along with handing out educational information for healthy living. Not everyone is pictured but those who participated were; Billie Robinson, Valerie Esswein, Eric Hardeson, Chris Taylor, Lisa Martin, Karen Torres, Teresa Coggins, Gillian Cox, Linda Partyka, Diana Pittman, Joni Allen, Cathy Trejo, and Chrystal Burns. Over the 3 days we served more than 150 winter visitors.