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Carson Tahoe Health recognized by national organization with top awards for excellence in healthcare

PRC, a leader in the healthcare intelligence space, has awarded Carson Tahoe Health as a 2022 PRC Excellence in Healthcare Award recipient in four categories. Carson Tahoe received 5-Star recognition, top honors from PRC, for facility services in Emergency Department Services, Inpatient ICU Services and Outpatient Surgery Services. In addition, Kathy Goldsworthy, DNP, APRN was also recognized with an overall rating of provider care for Advanced Practice Provider Services. The organization annually recognizes the top 10% of healthcare providers in various categories. “Those of us in healthcare don’t do it for the awards,” says Alan Garrett, President and Chief Executive Officer, Carson Tahoe Health. “But, it is certainly uplifting to know that our efforts are proving worthwhile. I’m especially pleased …

Walking with Poles Burns Up to 46% More Calories!

Walking with poles burns 450 calories/hr; walking without poles burns 280 calories/hr

Healthy Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

Swap traditional buffalo wings recipe with this delicious, healthier version using cauliflower.

Easy Frittata Recipe

We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Surprisingly, did you know that only 31% of Americans say that they NEVER skip breakfast? This is pretty troubling, given that skipping breakfast may increase the risk of diabetes in women, the risk of heart disease in men, as well as a decrease in memory skills and a higher risk of obesity for both genders. On top of that, most people who do eat breakfast report that cereal is their go-to meal, which often does not provide a great deal of nutrition. Start your day off right with this delicious, healthy Frittata recipe, brought to you by Kim Mason, dietician at Carson Tahoe Health. Ingredients 1 TBS …

6 Tips to Keep Your Feet Healthy

Healthy feet are important for feeling good and staying active. So if you neglect your feet, that can lead to unnecessary pain and other foot problems. Fortunately, it’s easy to keep your feet healthy. Use these tips to keep yourself active and your feet pain-free, brought to you by Carson Tahoe Health Podiatrist, Dr. Keith Card: 1. Practice good foot care. Check your feet regularly, or have a member of your family check them if you are unable to see the bottom of your feet.  A mirror on the floor my assist you if no one is available to help. 2. It is important to keep blood circulating to and from your feet as much as possible. Do this by …