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One of the most important things you can do to slow the spread of COVID-19 is to wear a mask. In this video, Medical City Healthcare Chief Medical Officer Miguel Benet, MD, shares why it is so crucial right now.

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Practical advice from trusted experts.

At Medical City Healthcare, we’re dedicated to the care and improvement of human life. In our Take Care video series, hear directly from our Medical City experts. You can learn about a variety of interesting topics from identifying the signs of a heart attack to ensuring safe summer fun with a well-stocked first aid kit.

Reducing Employee Anxiety During COVID-19

Returning to work after an extended leave can be a stressful time for employees. Tom Collins, CEO of Medical City Green Oaks, shares some suggestions for employers and managers to help employees feel more comfortable.

How to Perform Hands-Only CPR

When someone is suffering cardiac arrest, taking immediate action can save lives. Dr. Matt Bush, an emergency medicine physician at Medical City Dallas, explains the two simple steps of hands-only CPR.

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