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When you or your family need care, don't wait. We're here to safely deliver the care you need.
We have safety measures in place to ensure patient, visitor and staff safety.
Tough times can wear on us emotionally, but maintaining healthy habits such as exercising, eating right and getting adequate sleep can help. As we continue our efforts in physical distancing, try some of these techniques to manage your stress. “For one, we can make choices about our behavior,” says Lynnea Lindsey, Ph.D., director of Legacy Behavioral Health Services.”
Awareness of how the unknown affects you - mind, heart or body
Balance in how you spend your time
Connection with friends, loved ones and peers, even when physical distancing
When it comes to strokes, acting quickly can make a huge difference –– experts say getting emergency help within an hour can improve your chances at a better recovery.
If your child has an emergency, get to the ER — our children’s hospital is safe for kids and families during the COVID-19 crisis. Plus, delaying care can cause problems.