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#HeartHealthMonth Fact # 2: Heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women each year, killing approximately one woman every 80 seconds. Maintaining a healthy diet is just one preventative measure you can take.

Suzann Spurgin Peninsula Home Care Clinical Manager (L) and Ocean Pines Police Chief, David Massey (R)
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The staff at Peninsula Home Care & Peninsula Home Care at Nanticoke are celebrating #HeartHealthMonth by wearing their red #PHC hat. For the rest of February we will be sharing facts on our Facebook page to increase awareness about cardiovascular health.

Fact #1: Heart disease is the No 1. cause of death in the United States. Fortunately we can change that. 80 percent of cardiac and stroke events can be prevented by education and action.

Leanne Curley, Peninsula Home Care Liaison Nurse at PRMC (L) and Salisbury Mayor Jake Day (R)
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Save the date to join Nanticoke Health Services on March 18 for their 5th annual community health fair & local partner expo. This health event for all ages includes health education, screenings, healthy living demonstrations and more! ... See MoreSee Less

5th Annual Heart of Good Health

March 18, 2017, 9:00am - March 19, 2017, 1:00pm

Join us on Saturday, March 18 from 9 AM to 1 PM at Laurel High School for our 5th annual community health fair & local partner expo, The Heart of Good Health. This event is free and open to everyone, so bring your family, friends and neighbors! Nanticoke is pleased to host this community health event for all ages. Health education, health professionals, screenings, healthy living demonstrations, and many activities for the whole family will be available throughout the day. For more information, visit www.nanticoke.org/healthfair. Thank you to the Laurel School District and the Laurel and Western Sussex communities for your continued support of this great event. Last year’s event was a huge success! #LaurelHealthFair2017

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Most falls that happen at home are preventable. Here's some tips on what you can do to make your house as safe as possible. Peninsula Home Care also offers the Otago fall prevention program that helps reduce the risk of falls between 35-40%. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thursday is the annual Tri-County Go Red event hosted by Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Learn about heart-healthy living with speakers, dinner and exhibits. #GoRed ... See MoreSee Less

The annual Tri-County Go Red event for women is taking place on Feb. 9 at Worcester Tech. Sign up now to reserve your spot at this event with free speakers, dinner and exhibits about heart-healthy living: www.peninsula.org/gored

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Falls have happened to us all, young and old. There is an underlying cause why and it's important to understand the risk factors. Peninsula Home Care is the first home care agency on the Eastern Shore to offer the Otago fall prevention program that helps reduce falls between 35-40%. ... See MoreSee Less

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At #PHC, we know that Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) has one of the highest hospital readmission rates of any chronic disease. That's why we take a team approach using evidence-based best practices to keep patients comfortably at home. ... See MoreSee Less

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This is what the aftermath of a great DelmarvaLife interview looks like. ... See MoreSee Less

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Catch Jennifer Kline of Peninsula Home Care on DelmarvaLife tonight at 5pm as she discusses the Otago Exercise Program, a fall prevention program that has been measured to reduce the rate of falls by 35-40%. ... See MoreSee Less

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Falling has serious consequences like a hip fracture or head trauma that can ultimately lead to a trip to the hospital or an early nursing home admission. Peninsula Home Care is partnering with MAC Inc., Area Agency on Aging to be the first in the region to bring the Otago exercise program to home care patients. ... See MoreSee Less

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The issue of unnecessary hospital readmissions is front and center in a national conversation about the quality of health care. Peninsula Home Care reports a patient readmission rate of 7.8%, compared to the state average of 12.5% and national average of 11.7%: bit.ly/1nEWfQA#PHC #WellnessWednesday ... See MoreSee Less

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Peninsula Home Care's DelmarvaLife segment on sepsis was our most viewed video of 2016.

Many people have never ever heard of Sepsis. We all need to know the facts because Sepsis is a life-threatening condition. It occurs when the body’s response to an infection injures its own tissues and organs. Common signs include fever, increased heart rate and breathing and confusion.
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Peninsula Regional Medical Center makes revisions to their visitation policy. ... See MoreSee Less

Peninsula Regional Medical Center (PRMC) is happy to offer a patient-centered, family-friendly visiting policy that is dedicated to promoting a positive healing environment and experience while protecting the safety and privacy of its patients. Understanding the important emotional support that family and friends bring to the recovery process, PRMC today announced a revision to its visitation policy. Beginning Monday, January 23, 2017 at 8:00 p.m., regular visiting hours will occur from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. seven days a week. A few specialized care areas, like the Intensive Care Unit that welcomes visitors from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., still maintain their own visiting hours for patient comfort and safety. As well, areas like our Labor and Delivery and Mother/Baby units that have customized visiting plans to accommodate moms and their support person will maintain their visitation processes. Peninsula Regional reminds visitors to see the nurse caring for their friends and loved ones, upon arrival, for additional and specific information on those specialized units. As always, the number of visitors and the length of the visit may be determined by the PRMC care team in collaboration with the patient and the family based on the patient’s condition, preference and need. Child visitation will be at the discretion of the family/designee and patient in collaboration with the patient care staff. Visits by children and siblings must be supervised, and they are never to be left unattended in a waiting area. During high viral activity, like the flu season, visits by children may not be permitted. While Peninsula Regional encourages everyone to comply with the established visitation hours, the Medical Center absolutely understands that there are times families may be required to visit outside of the established visiting hours or wish to spend a longer time with their loved ones. In those occasions, PRMC has implemented the following guidelines to protect the safety of visitors, patients and staff. If arriving prior to 8:00 a.m., after 8:00 p.m. or if staying beyond 8:00 p.m., all visitors are now asked to report to the PRMC Security station located at the Emergency Walk-In entrance across from the Visitor Parking Garage on the first floor. You will be required to provide identification and be provided a badge that must be worn at all times. The badge will identify you and will detail for our staff and security team the area you will be visiting. If wishing to spend an overnight with your loved one, the request must first be approved by the unit’s charge nurse. Once approved, you will be asked to report to the PRMC Security station located at the Emergency Walk-In entrance across from the Visitor Parking Garage on the first floor. You will be required to provide identification and be provided a badge that must be worn at all times. The badge will identify you and will detail for our staff and security team the area you will be staying. PRMC reminds its visitors to please take into consideration the needs of your loved one for rest, recovery and privacy. Additionally, the Medical Center asks visitors to always sanitize their hands before entering and upon leaving a patient’s room; to be considerate of others by keeping noise to a minimum; refrain from visiting if they have a cold, sore throat, flu-like symptoms or any contagious disease; observe and respect all precautionary room signage before entering; not smoke as the use of tobacco or vaping products is prohibited on all PRMC campuses and to voluntarily exit a room during tests or treatments if asked to do so by a member of the Peninsula Regional clinical team. If you have any questions about PRMC’s revised visitation policy or how it affects children and siblings, please be sure to inquire with a nurse on the unit to learn any specific details or restrictions.

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Save the date for the 5th Annual Heart of Good Health hosted by Nanticoke Health Services. ... See MoreSee Less

5th Annual Heart of Good Health

March 18, 2017, 9:00am - March 19, 2017, 1:00pm

Join us on Saturday, March 18 from 9 AM to 1 PM at Laurel High School for our 5th annual community health fair & local partner expo, The Heart of Good Health. This event is free and open to everyone, so bring your family, friends and neighbors! Nanticoke is pleased to host this community health event for all ages. Health education, health professionals, screenings, healthy living demonstrations, and many activities for the whole family will be available throughout the day. For more information, visit www.nanticoke.org/healthfair. Thank you to the Laurel School District and the Laurel and Western Sussex communities for your continued support of this great event. Last year’s event was a huge success! #LaurelHealthFair2017

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Thank you to our law enforcement for risking their lives every day to make our communities a safer place to live, work and play. ... See MoreSee Less

This morning I was proud to issue a statewide proclamation declaring today Law Enforcement Appreciation Day in Maryland. Maryland's law enforcement officers are some of the finest men and women in uniform anywhere in the country, and I am proud to declare January 9 Law Enforcement Appreciation Day in recognition of their important and selfless work. Every single day they put their lives on the line to make their communities and our state a better and safer place to live. I will continue to support our law enforcement officers today and every day as we work together to change Maryland for the better, and I encourage all Marylanders to show their appreciation for these outstanding men and women.

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Are you in a place of wonder if your elderly loved one is declining in mobility and may be at a risk for falls? We've got a quick and easy way to help determine their potential need with our Timed Up & Go Test. #WellnessWednesday #PHC ... See MoreSee Less

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Save the date for Peninsula Regional Medical Center's Tri County #GoRed event on February 9th in Worcester County ... See MoreSee Less

The annual Tri-County Go Red event for women is taking place on Feb. 9 at Worcester Tech. Sign up now to reserve your spot at this event with free speakers, dinner and exhibits about heart-healthy living: www.peninsula.org/gored

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As we welcome 2017, Peninsula Home Care is looking back on our favorite moments of 2016! We wish you and yours a safe and happy new year! ... See MoreSee Less

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Wishing you a happy, safe and healthy 2017 from Peninsula Home Care. ... See MoreSee Less

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Nanticoke Health Services is collecting new and gently use winter clothing now through January 6. Clothing will be donated to local homeless shelters in Sussex County. ... See MoreSee Less

Give the gift of warmth this holiday season & help our local homeless population. We are collecting new & gently used winter clothing which will be donated to local homeless shelters in Sussex County. Additional details below:

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Peninsula Home Care is proud to be part of the the Governor's Challenge Basketball Tournament - the 2nd largest basketball tournament in the U.S.
#PHC will be doing blood pressure checks today for Diabetes Day and 12/29 for Prostate Cancer Day.
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Happy Hanukkah from Peninsula Home Care ... See MoreSee Less

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Merry Christmas from your friends at Peninsula Home Care ... See MoreSee Less

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We are loving Peninsula Regional Medical Center's Happy Holidays video card! ... See MoreSee Less

Peninsula Regional wishes you the happiest of holidays this year with our video card - turn up your volume for the full festive effect!

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Wishing you the gifts of the season and peace & prosperity for the new year to come from Peninsula Home Care! ... See MoreSee Less

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The staff of Peninsula Home Care at Nanticoke had a wonderful time spreading holiday cheer at the Seaford Christmas Parade with over 150 entries including school bands, marching units, antique vehicles, pageant winners and of course - Santa!

Thank you to the committee members for helping construct this year's #PHC float!
- Robyn, Thom & Molly Coughenour
- Beverly & Cassidy White
- Patti Jo & Dave Harding
- Dawn & Dean Davidson
- Patti Cecil
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Contact Nanticoke Senior Center to learn more about their program covering homebound meals in the Seaford area. ... See MoreSee Less

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Recommended Immunizations for Adults by Age

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