CHI Memorial Mobile Health Coach To Visit Whitfield County

Monday, February 12, 2018
CHI Memorial’s mobile health coach will provide mammography screenings at Georgia Mountain Health Services, Gaston Community Center, 218 North Frederick St. in Dalton, on Monday, Feb. 19 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

"All women should have one screening mammogram between the ages of 35-40. After age 40, a screening mammogram is recommended every year.  Any woman who meets these age guidelines and has not had a mammogram in the past 12 months may participate, with or without insurance.

"For those with insurance, you must bring your insurance card and a photo ID, such as a driver’s license.
Insurance will be filed for you.  If you do not have insurance, you may qualify for financial assistance.  The MaryEllen Locher Breast Center receives grant funds from Avon Breast Cancer Crusade to provide women with education about and access to breast health services.  Partnerships with Tennessee Breast and Cervical Screening Program and the Susan G. Komen Foundation provide eligible uninsured and under-insured women with breast and cervical screenings.  If an abnormality is discovered, the diagnostic work up is covered and a financial plan is provided for any follow-up care.

"Women need to know their doctor’s first and last name," officials said.

To schedule a screening, call 423-495-4040 or 866-591-2254.

Epilepsy Foundation Of Southeast Tennessee To Host 2nd Annual Superhero Sprint Nov. 3

Parkridge's Tom Ozburn Honored With Diversity Champion Award

Morning Pointe Lantern Residents Embark On Historic Train Ride


The Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee will be hosting their Second Annual Superhero Sprint 5K and 1-mile fun run/walk on Saturday, Nov. 3. The Superhero Sprint runs from 9 a.m.-noon ... (click for more)

In recognition of "years of cultivating leadership, workplace diversity and inclusion," the Tennessee Hospital Association has bestowed Tom Ozburn, president and CEO of Parkridge Health System, ... (click for more)

The residents of The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Chattanooga got to experience a piece of Chattanooga’s train history with a scenic train ride through Missionary ... (click for more)


Living Well

Epilepsy Foundation Of Southeast Tennessee To Host 2nd Annual Superhero Sprint Nov. 3

The Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee will be hosting their Second Annual Superhero Sprint 5K and 1-mile fun run/walk on Saturday, Nov. 3. The Superhero Sprint runs from 9 a.m.-noon at RiverPark, pavilion #4, 4301 Amnicola Hwy. in Chattanooga. The event includes a 5K, 1-mile fun run/walk, superhero costume contest, vendor fair, kids activities and more. “The Superhero ... (click for more)

Parkridge's Tom Ozburn Honored With Diversity Champion Award

In recognition of "years of cultivating leadership, workplace diversity and inclusion," the Tennessee Hospital Association has bestowed Tom Ozburn, president and CEO of Parkridge Health System, with the Diversity Champion Award at the THA’s annual meeting. The award recognizes Ozburn’s leadership and service to the communities in which he lives, officials said. “I am deeply ... (click for more)

Breaking News

WWTA Releases Timetable That Would Have Ooltewah Sewage Treatment Plant In Operation By 2025; Public Meetings Set At Central High

The Hamilton County Water and Wastewater Treatment Authority has released a timetable that would have a new sewage treatment plant in Ooltewah in operation by 2025. A request for a site at Mahan Gap Road goes before the Planning Commission at Nov. 12 at 1 p.m. It goes to the County Commission Zoning Committee on Dec. 12 and the full commission on Dec. 19. The WWTA also ... (click for more)

Downtown Post Office Finally Getting Handicap Ramp

Chattanooga's Downtown Post Office, after some lawsuits and numerous complaints over the years, is finally getting a handicap ramp. Federal Judge Sandy Mattice said the complaints had increased in recent months and the General Services Administration agreed to fund the project at the historic building on Georgia Avenue. The judge said, "It's a beautiful building, but it's ... (click for more)

Opinion

Too Many Questions

First it was about 2,000, then we were told it’s up to 4,000. We have no way of knowing who’s coming or what their purpose is. NBC and CNN assure us they are seeking sanctuary but how can we know? Neither Honduras or our subjective media in America have been honest with us in the past. So, how do we know why that many people are marching across Central America? Then this morning ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: An Answer For Amy

Amy Schumer, whose cousin is Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer, is said to be a very successful comedian and an activist of note. You may remember her most recent appearance was when she was arrested at the U.S. Capitol three weeks ago. She was part of a disgraceful mob who unlawfully protested the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh and the hunch is Amy wanted to get arrested so she ... (click for more)