You could think of it as news that’s good for you.
At Nash Health Care Systems, we have been a beacon of health for our community for more than 35 years. With a responsibility like that, you can’t stand still — the status quo is simply unacceptable.
The good news is that we are continually growing to provide world class care locally. You don’t have to drive far to experience nationally recognized cancer treatment or to extinguish the fire of heartburn. We’re excited about this good news, and we want to share it. From our latest innovations to practical information to keep you healthy, this is not only good news — it’s news you can use to create a healthier lifestyle and help build a healthier community.
The Public Relations Office of Nash Health Care Systems produces several publications each year, including the NHCS annual report. To access these documents, please click on the corresponding link below. If you have trouble finding a document you are looking for, please contact the Public Relations office at email@example.com.
Learn the latest news on what's happening at Nash Health Care Systems.
Contains our annual reports in PDF format dating back to 2000.
Living with Brio Magazine
Brio means vigor or vivacity---and we hope that these informational and entertaining health care articles will enable you to make positive changes to improve your health...and live your life with brio!
Cancer Program Annual Reports
Produced by our cancer and oncology services department, this provides statistical information on cancer in Nash and surrounding counties.
Nursing Program Annual Reports
Produced by our nursing department, this report provides a comprehensive overview of our health care initiatives, statistics, and additional information on our nursing program.
NHCS Newsline Newsletters
Check out our award-winning quarterly employee newsletter, the Newsline.
NHCS HealthTalk Magazine
Practical advice you can use and local news can be found in our HealthTalk Magazine.
2016 Community Health Needs Assessment
A comprehensive assessment of the health needs of residents of the Nash Health Care community
If for some reason you have difficulty accessing these publications and would like a copy e-mailed to you or sent to you via the postal service, please contact the Public Relations Office at 252-962-8766 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.