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Men, when was the last time you went to dinner with just the
guys? On June 25 at 5 p.m., Paris Regional Medical Center will host a
Men’s Night Out with dinner and an informative presentation on men’s
More than 30 million men suffer from a prostate condition that negatively
affects their quality of life. More than 50 percent of men in their 60s, and as many as
90 percent in their 70s or older, have symptoms of an enlarged prostate (BPH).
Each year, more than 230,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and about
30,000 will die from it. Prostatitis is an issue for men of all ages and
affects 35 percent of men aged 50 and older. It’s imperative to learn about
prostate disorders before you reach these ages.
Dr. Donald Wikoff, urologist on staff at Paris Regional, will discuss
erectile dysfunction, prostate cancer, voiding problems, benign prostatic
hyperplasia and prostate screening with attendees.
Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m., and Dr. Wikoff’s presentation will
begin at 6 p.m. There is a $5 meal fee, and reservation deadline is June 21.
To make a reservation call 903.737.3394 or email Carolyn.Hicks@ParisRMC.com.
When making a telephone reservation, leave your name and phone number.
Private wooded area located on the edge of Paris, ready for residential construction. This lot has a pond near the road and has mature foliage for privacy. It is priced at $4,407 per acre.
This lodge-style home sits on a hill in the middle of 10 acres less than 10 miles North of Paris. The living room boasts a vaulted ceiling and is anchored by the oversized stone fireplace. The master and two additional bedrooms are housed downstairs and the third bedroom is upstairs complete with its own private bath, fireplace and balcony. There is also a finished office/craft room that could easily serve as a fourth bedroom in the need of more space.
First United Methodist Church would like for you to be a “SonSurfer” at our Vacation Bible School. There will be a Family Beach Bash, which will include food and games, Sunday, June 23rd @ 6:00 pm. Then make plans to join us Monday, June 24th –Thursday June 27th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
First United Methodist Church
322 Lamar Avenue
To learn more please visit us @ www.fumcparistx.org or click here to register.
LaMendola has a decade of experience in health care. Before his arrival in Paris, he served as administrative clinical leader at Newark- Wayne Community Hospital in Wayne County, N.Y., and was a critical care specialist/ independent nurse consultant.
“We’re very fortunate to have Mr. LaMendola,” Chief Executive Officer of Paris Regional Medical Center Steve Grubbs said. “He has the background and experience to lead our Emergency Department. The Emergency Department at Paris Regional Medical Center is an essential service for those who live in Paris, the northeastern region of Texas and southern Oklahoma.”
LaMendola earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing and a master’s degree in nursing leadership and education from the University of Rochester in New York, one of the country’s top research universities. He also holds an associate’s degree in criminal justice and police administration from Monroe Community College and an associate’s degree in police and correctional sciences from the Community College of the Air Force.
“We are pleased that Mr. LaMendola joined our leadership team,” Chief Nursing Officer Randy Blanchard said. ”His emergency and critical care nursing background will be an asset to Paris Regional Medical Center.
LaMendola, wife Tara and six children, look forward to getting to know the Paris community.
“Paris is a very friendly community, and over the last few weeks I’ve learned so much about the many talented staff members working at Paris Regional Medical Center,” he said.