Current Events

  • Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE) Program

    Limestone Medical Center is proud to announce the start of our Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE) Program. We have been working closely with the District Attorney and local law enforcement to see this service established in our community. We all want to be responsive to survivors and provide this service locally.

    As with any new program, there are certain supplies that are needed to ensure the success of the program. Our community is known for helping others. If you would like to make a donation we would greatly appreciate any and all help. Supplies would include various types and sizes of newly packaged undergarments, pants, t-shirts etc.

    Click the button below to view our Amazon list of these products. Any hand items may be delivered to Debbie Brewer at Limestone Medical Center. We thank you in advance for your continued support.

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  • Test to Treat

    The Test to treat program gives you faster, easier access to lifesaving #COVID19 treatments if you are eligible. If you are showing signs of COVID-19, get tested at one of the hundreds of Test to Treat locations across the country. If you do test positive and are eligible for treatment, you can get a prescription and have your medication filled—all in one location. Click the image below to explore the Test to Treat locator to find participating locations nationwide.

     

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  • LMC Awards

    LMC received the “Best of Best” Best Hospital, Best French Fries-LMC Dietary, Best Doctor-Dr. Rettig, Best Physical Therapist, and Best-Looking Business. THANK YOU to our community for your continued support!!

  • Don Waller

    LMC mourns the passing of board member Don Waller. Don was appointed to the Board on January 25, 2011 and faithfully served for over nine years. Don was an intelligent businessman and his experience was invaluable as a member of the Board of Directors. He took his leadership role seriously and lent his personal perspective to his decisions. He never hesitated to share his expertise to the many areas in which he was especially knowledgeable including accounting, plant operations and information technology. Don was goal oriented and sought opportunities to better himself and the Hospital. He fully recognized the importance of having health care in our community and he was very active in promoting Hospital services. He was not all business, however, and he could share a humorous story that always brought a smile or a laugh. And of course he was quick to voice his support of his beloved Aggies. Don and Joe Phillips envisioned having a dialysis center in our community and although they are both gone to their heavenly reward, the fruits of their labors are not in vain. Don Waller had a larger than life impact and he will be remembered for everything that he did for LMC.