At Health First, we are incredibly proud of the care our associates and physicians provide each and every day to produce high-quality outcomes. Health First’s Viera Hospital received five stars – the highest accolade possible. Only 6% of hospitals in the country achieved this mark of excellence.
When Jeanne Simpson, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), found out over a year ago that she would be involved in an iPad pilot program, the first thought that came to mind was better efficiency.
Health First is Central Florida’s only fully integrated health system. With a mission to positively change the health and wellness of the communities we serve, Health First offers the latest technological advances and quality care at our four hospitals and through our many Outpatient & Wellness Services, as well as the area’s only Trauma and Heart Centers
The 25th Anniversary Transverse Myelitis Gala and Dinner Experience, hosted by the Kennedy Space Center, will be held Saturday, August 24, at the Apollo/Saturn V Center.
Register now for Health First’s “Save a Life” Day, scheduled for Saturday, June 15, from 5:45 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Viera High School, 6103 Stadium Parkway, Melbourne.
Brevard County’s Kim Hitchins talks about the outstanding treatment provided by Dr. Mark Beylin of Merritt Island Foot & Ankle. Dr. Beylin is one of a few surgeons in Central Florida who is trained on both the In-Bone and STARR ankle joint replacement.
DR. LARRY BISHOP of Health First Dermatology provides some great guidelines to help you protect your skin and the planet, as well in the upcoming “Fun Season.”
Palm Point Behavioral Health Hospital announced the opening of the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) that expands access to outpatient mental health treatment across the region.
Walmart announced on Wednesday that they will be raising the minimum age to 21 to buy tobacco products (including e-cigs) at all Walmart stores.
Caring for Brevard has been a longstanding Health First commitment – and that care stretches beyond the doors of the community healthcare system’s various facilities and services.
Space Coast Daily is delighted to welcome Dr. Christopher Johnson as a guest contributor on issues of child health and well-being.
Most people are well aware of the importance of proper sleep. However, this is something that can be adversely affected for many reasons. One common thing that can cause problems when it comes to sleep is snoring, which can affect both the snorer and anyone who is sharing a bed or room with them.
Sticking to physical activity can be a challenge for anyone – especially with today’s electronic distractions and modern-day conveniences. And with 40.3% of Brevard children classified as overweight, inspiring them to be active is even more important.
On Saturday, April 27, Health First partnered with the Cocoa Beach Police Department, the Palm Bay Police Department and the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office to provide an opportunity for the public to properly discard of prescription drugs.
Dr. Beylin has been practicing in Brevard County for the last 16 years. He was a partner and is now the owner of Merritt Island Foot and Ankle, offering people in Brevard his medical expertise.
Tyson Foods, Inc., is recalling nearly 12 million pounds of frozen chicken strip products that could be contaminated with pieces of metal, federal safety officials said in a news release Saturday.
State health officials have just released a report about the abnormally high rates of cancer south of Satellite Beach.
My Florida Green will host a medical marijuana education event on Friday, May 24, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., at the Hilton Melbourne Rialto Place, located at 200 Rialto Place.
Children under five must spend less time sitting watching screens, or restrained in prams and seats, get better quality sleep and have more time for active play if they are to grow up healthy, according to new guidelines issued by the World Health Organization (WHO).
C.A.R.E. is proud to present Brevard’s first Women’s Cancer Conference on Saturday, May 18, which will focus on gynecological cancer. “We will come together for our Women’s Cancer Conference focusing on Gynecologic Cancer,” said Alice Spinelli, C.A.R.E Board President.