614 Eaker St.

Eden, Texas 76837

Phone: 325-869-5911

Fax: 325-869-5218

Health and Wellness Center

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CONCHO COUNTY HOSPITAL HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER IS COMING SOON!!!!!

 

The CCH Health and Wellness Center is scheduled to be complete in September 14, 2015!!!  This has been a long wait, but we hope you think the wait was worth it!!  

 

The purpose of the CCH Health and Wellness Center is to satisfy the needs of the community.  According to the American Heart Association, adult obesity has been on a steady incline since the 1960s, with the highest number most recently of 36.1% of Americans from 2007-2010 (National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2007-2010, 2011).

Here at Concho County Hospital, we take seriously the effects unhealthiness has on our community.  Building a Health and Wellness Center helps accomplish our goal of healthy individuals in our community.  If your goals are to get healthy, we are here to help you achieve that.

We understand the need for Concho County to have a place to help Edenites with their goals of getting in shape.  Here, everything needed to achieve health is provided for members.  The facility will include an indoor track, cardio equipment such as treadmills, bikes, and ellipticals, and strength training equipment such as multi-gyms, a squat rack, a bench press, dumbbells, and a crossover cable machine provided by Cybex.  Also provided is a space just for work out classes or videos, benches, a leg-raise chair, and a sound system.  All of the resources of the facility are available for active members.

If you have any questions regarding anything about the Health and Wellness Center, please do not hesitate to call:

Victoria Ramirez

CCH Health and Wellness Center Manager

(325) 869-5911

vramirez@conchoch.com 

              OR

Layla Castleberry

CCH Health and Wellness Center

Concho County Hospital

(325) 869-5911

lcastleberry@conchoch.com

 

 

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Diabetes affects 25.8 million people, which is 8.3% of the U.S. population.  And over 7.0 million people are currently undiagnosed.  Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure, nontraumatic lower-limb amputations, and new cases of blindness among adults in the United States.  Diabetes is a major cause of heart disease and stroke and is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States. 
 
Diabetes is not a curable disease, but it is most definitely treatable!  And treatment starts with YOU!  You can take control of your diabetes and determine your fate! 
 
Not sure if you have diabetes?  Here are some warning signs of diabetes:  always tired, frequent urination, sudden weight loss, wounds that won’t heal, always hungry, sexual problems, blurry vision, vaginal infections, numb or tingling of hands or feet, always thirsty, or feeling that you have no energy.  Do you have one or more of these symptoms? 
 
Ready to get serious about diabetes?  Call me!!  Lacye Crumpton, PharmD  869-5911
 

Diabetes Program

In addition to the CCH Health and Wellness Center, the hospital will initiate a free project for members of the community to be administered by Lacye Crumpton.  She plans to meet with her members privately and according to their own schedule.  If you or someone you know has diabetes and would like a free consultation, please contact Lacye using the information at the bottom of this page. 

The purpose of the diabetic program is to identify and measure diabetes (Type I and Type II), and, more specifically, potential diabetic participants who have a Hemoglobin A1c test result over 9 percent.

The functions of the project will measure improvements in Hemoglobin A1c results, overall participant satisfaction with the project, and improvements in the participants’ well-being.

The scope of the population in our community will extend to the region and surrounding counties.  The target population includes any diabetics (Type I or Type II), diabetics with a Hemoglobin A1c test result over 9 percent, and anyone with diabetes who has not had a Hemoglobin A1c test performed in the last year.

Any questions about the diabetic project are to be directed to:

Lacye Crumpton, Pharm D.

(325) 869-5911

          OR

(325) 869-8760

lacyecrumpton@yahoo.com

 

*see our ad in the Eden Echo. Any and all statements about the Health and Wellness Center are based on what we know to date.  Some details are subject to change.  All rights reserved.