Bryan College of Health Sciences, Central Community College Sign Dual Admission Agreement
Bryan College of Health Sciences and Central Community College (CCC) have formally signed a new dual admission agreement.
Kim Russel to Retire in 2020; Bryan announces internal successor
Kim Russel, president and CEO, has announced her retirement from Bryan Health effective January 3, 2020.
Bryan Health Receives 2018 Survey Solutions Workplace of the Year Award
This annual distinction recognizes hospitals and health systems nationwide that have achieved the highest levels of employee engagement. Read more!
Men and Depression
Research used to suggest that depression was more common in women than men, but more recent studies show that men and women are about equally as likely to have depression.
Merrick Medical Center Announces Future Site and Naming of New Medical Facility
Merrick Medical Center is one step closer to achieving its vision of building a brand new medical center in Central City.
Talk to Teens About Their Mental Health
Talk to your kids about their mental health. Just letting them know that you’re there for them, and that you will support them through anything, goes a long way.
Bryan Medical Center Using New Treatment to Help Patients with Spinal Fractures
Bryan Medical Center is utilizing a new treatment, SpineJack, to help eliminate and reduce painful vertebral compression fractures in a patient’s spine.
Depression is Not a Normal Part of Aging
Depression can happen to anyone at any age. It is not a normal part of aging or something that should be “expected”. Depression is a medical condition that can be treated.