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Safeguard Your Skin

— The harshness of summer can take its toll on our skin’s condition. Use these simple tips to safeguard your skin on the inside and outside of your body. Inside: Drink water steadily throughout the day. In hot weather, you’ll need more water as your body will use additional water to regulate your body temperature. If... Read More

Employee of the Month: Sarah D.

— Our employee of the month of June is our nurse Sarah D. and she graduated from Young Memorial. She has been working on the weekends at MCHCC for eight years and she really enjoys it. During the week she works as a babysitter as well. She has been married for almost 12 years and her... Read More

Resident of the Month: Betty W.

— Hello my name is Betty W. and I have been a resident at MCHCC for a little over three months now. I have three children and seven grandchildren and they visit me often. I enjoy attending rosary, mass, arts and crafts, and any given social whenever I am feeling good. I often participate with bingo... Read More

National Nursing Assistants Week, June 13-19

— Nursing Assistants have a rewarding profession; they can help patients and residents improve quality of life! Whether you are recovering from a hospital stay or living in a nursing facility nursing assistants are there to make a difference! Nursing Assistants report vital signs, check on patients, help set up medical equipment, and transfer patients as... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

— Things are heating up outside, but we’re staying cool at Morgan City Health Care Center. Recently, residents have been enjoying snowballs and ice cream sundaes and often at the generosity of our community partners. We are very grateful for partners who lend their time and efforts and who often share their generosity with us. Our... Read More

Music & Memory Program

— Our Music & Memory Coordinator, Kayla had the following to say about Miss Laura’s participation on the Program: “Miss Lucille was added to our program in September of 2018. She was suggested for the program due to slight cognition problems (occasional confusion) and depression that was mostly associated with not wanting to get out of... Read More

May is National Blood Pressure Awareness Month

— Blood pressure can damage the heart, kidney, and brain without showing obvious symptoms. To combat its effects, it is important to know what your healthy blood pressure goal should be. What can you do to reduce blood pressure? Exercise. Exercise such as walking, lifting light weights, and simple workouts may reduce blood pressure. Lose weight.... Read More

May is National Arthritis Awareness Month

— Arthritis is a common ailment that affects nearly 54 million people in the United States. There are two common types of arthritis: osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Osteoarthritis is the breakdown of cartilage. It usually affects hips, knees, feet, and spine. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that causes the immune system to mistake a person’s... Read More

Employee of The Month

— Hello my name is Constance Sharon Gibson and known to many as Connie. I am a woman of God who loves the things of God. I am married to Ricky Gibson, Sr and a mother of three and also a grandmother of seven. Me and my family live in Belle Rose and I began my... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

— This year seems to be flying by! It’s hard to believe it’s already May 2019. The children will be out of school soon, summer activities will begin, and of course, the weather will be heating up. Along with warmer weather, the month of May also brings us National Skilled Nursing Care Week. Please join us... Read More