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  • Get Storm Ready: Preparing for an Emergency Helps Save Lives

    Get Storm Ready: Preparing for an Emergency Helps Save Lives

    Get Storm Ready: Preparing for an Emergency Helps Save Lives   The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) expects an above-normal hurricane season this year, sounding the alert for many coastal towns, including Houston and its surrounding areas.  At Angleton ER, the finest emergency room in Angleton, Texas, we firmly belie [...]

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  • Difference Between an ER, Hospital and Urgent Care

    Difference Between an ER, Hospital and Urgent Care

    Difference Between an ER, a Hospital, Urgent Care   Choosing where to go when you suddenly feel ill or have an accident can be the most crucial decision of your life. Making the right decision can help save your life.  But how to know the difference between an ER, a hospital, urgent care? Today at Angleton ER, your best choice of an emergency [...]

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  • PHE Extension for Medicare Patients

    PHE Extension for Medicare Patients

    PHE Extension for Medicare Patients Last month the Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra announced he was once again extending the Public Health Emergency (PHE) due to COVID-19.   What is a PHE?   Declaring a Public Health Emergency provides hospitals, ERs, and other healthcare providers with the necessary support and prot [...]

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  • Tips to Stay Safe at Home and Work

    Tips to Stay Safe at Home and Work

    Tips to Stay Safe at Home and Work   Safety is both a collective and private responsibility. At Angleton ER in Angleton Texas, we are committed to helping the members of our community stay safe no matter where they are. For this reason, we’ve put together a list of potential dangers at home and work, along with simple ways to avoid accidenta [...]

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  • Back to School Tips for Moms & Dads

    Back to School Tips for Moms & Dads

    Back to School Tips for Moms & Dads   Parents and children hope for some much-needed normalcy as a new school year begins. But we are still dealing with COVID-19 variants, not to mention flu season is fast approaching with the fall’s cooler weather, so it’s no surprise everyone has concerns. To help lighten the stress of going back to [...]

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