Helpful Tips For Keeping You and Your Family Safe From Fire And Household Burns

Two Central Texas children and their mother were killed this month when space heaters caused a fire. Those children lost their lives, but Safe Kids Mid-Texas Coalition Coordinator Susan Burchfield said if families follow fire safety precautions, this doesn’t have to happen. “Having a working smoke alarm reduces a person’s chances of dying a fire … Continue reading Helpful Tips For Keeping You and Your Family Safe From Fire And Household Burns

Scott & White staffers retell tragic story of the November 2009 attack on Fort Hood

Over the past year, Scott & White leadership has been talking about our values and how they form the framework of the culture at Scott & White. Many staff members have shared their ideas on what makes us unique and how each individual impacts the whole. Our culture initiative is centered on unique stories of … Continue reading Scott & White staffers retell tragic story of the November 2009 attack on Fort Hood

Scott & White Healthcare offers safety tips for Memorial Day weekend

Memorial Day (Monday, May 31, 2010) is typically spent with loved ones and friends having fun and relaxing at BBQ’s or other get-togethers.  However, many people who are planning outings don’t always think about safety. “If you’re hosting a barbecue with guests, before lighting briquettes or firing up a gas grill, be sure to have … Continue reading Scott & White Healthcare offers safety tips for Memorial Day weekend

Holiday Safety Tips for an Injury-Free Celebration

Every year an estimated 11,000 people are treated in hospital emergency departments because of some type of decoration-related injury, according to the American College of Emergency Physicians. Below are some tips to help you make safe choices when it comes to creating your own winter wonderland. Secure your ladder Bad idea: Hanging your lights while … Continue reading Holiday Safety Tips for an Injury-Free Celebration