Visiting Hours Family and friends can assist speed your recovery and make you feel better by keeping their visits brief and happy. We ask that no more than two persons at a time visit each patient, and that you are considerate of the requirements of other patients who may share your room. Visitors may not smoke in patient rooms or anywhere on hospital grounds.
The Orange Regional Medical Emergency Response Team (MERT) participated in an all day training session last week. Pictured are some our current members from the Critical Care and Progressive Care Units and some behind the scenes photos of the training,
#SleepWeek continues with some tips on making your bedroom a sleep sanctuary! A comfortable mattress, pillow, and... https://t.co/0adyovwXqb
We've got another Sleep Week Tip for you! Blue light from screens can disrupt your circadian rhythm and affect your ability to sleep. Give it a try! No tweeting, instagram-ing or internet surfing when you head to bed tonight. #7Days4BetterSleep Let us
Sleep Week Tip #2: Leave a couple of hours between eating and going to bed tonight. It will help you reap the maximum benefits of a good night’s sleep. #7Days4BetterSleep Tell us; What time do you usually eat dinner?
We hope our Sleep Week tips in honor of Sleep Awareness Week are helping you rest a little easier this week! If you suspect a sleep disorder may be affecting your health, call our Center for Sleep Medicine today: (845) 333-7575
We've taken our love of fitness all the way to Texas for Warrior Dash 2016 and while we're there we are spreading our vision that the Future is Orange! To help us raise funds for this much needed and exciting project, please visit www.ormc.org/foundation
Our next 10-week Healing Yoga session starts March 18. To register, call 1-888-321-6762.
It's Sleep Awareness Week! How'd you sleep last night? If you've got a case of the Monday yawn's, then likely you didn't get enough sleep. Tip #1: Most adults need at least 7-9 hours for their mind and body to function properly throughout the day! #7Days4BetterSleep