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With you every step of the way

Originally Posted: Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Updated: Thursday, September 17, 2020

From your first prenatal ultrasound to your preschooler’s checkup and beyond, Goodall-Witcher Healthcare provides personalized care for all stages of life. Our family medicine and obstetrics team can guide you through prenatal challenges, labor, delivery and more. At Goodall-Witcher, we provide a full range of prenatal, labor and delivery, and newborn care for expectant moms and their bab Read more.

Don't you deserve the best?

Originally Posted: Thursday, September 10, 2020
Updated: Friday, September 25, 2020

3D MAMMOGRAPHY COMING SOON! Goodall-Witcher Healthcare proudly announces the arrival of 3D mammography just in time for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. We are currently taking appointments for using the latest in breast cancer screening, and will begin testing patients Oct. 1. Breast cancer screening has improved significantly in recent years with the advent of 3D mammogra Read more.

Light it up in gold

Originally Posted: Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Updated: Thursday, September 10, 2020

Please join Goodall-Witcher Healthcare in recognizing September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and symbolize it by wearing a gold ribbon. This annual international awareness month aims to raise support, funding and awareness of childhood cancers and the impact for sufferers and families of sufferers of childhood cancer. Currently, approximately 363,000 children are living with cancer in t Read more.

One conversation can save a life

Originally Posted: Tuesday, September 8, 2020
Updated: Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Goodall-Witcher Healthcare joins the National Alliance on Mental Illness in recognizing September as National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month — a time to share resources and stories in an effort to shed light on this highly taboo and stigmatized topic. Suicide prevention organizations aim to decrease suicides by 20 percent over the next seven years. In order to do this, they're Read more.

Have you been sidelined?

Originally Posted: Monday, August 31, 2020
Updated: Wednesday, September 16, 2020

We can help you get back in the game! No matter what sport they play, the Goodall-Witcher Sports Medicine team has a game plan for your athlete. As a Doctor of Physical Therapy and a Board Certified Sports Specialist (SCS), Physical Therapist Brittany Wells can treat and rehabilitate a variety of sports-related injuries so that your athlete can continue with minimal disruptions. Perso Read more.

A helping hand when you need it

Originally Posted: Tuesday, August 25, 2020
Updated: Thursday, September 10, 2020

With the heightened anxiety and stress brought on by the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, Goodall-Witcher Healthcare wants everyone to know that our Behavioral Health staff is there for you when you need them. Courtney Mayfield, LPCS, Dr. Mimi Wright, PhD and Mindy Webb, LPC Intern want you to know that there are plenty of benefits to going to counseling. Yet some people still do not reach Read more.

It's time for a well-child check-up!

Originally Posted: Thursday, July 30, 2020
Updated: Thursday, September 17, 2020

It’s just another part of making sure your children stay strong as you watch them grow up before your very eyes. So Goodall-Witcher Healthcare encourages all parents to schedule your Well-Child Check-up today. Well-child visits are a time when parents can check up on their child’s health and make sure their child is growing and developing normally. Well-child visits usually star Read more.

COVID-19 daily update

Originally Posted: Thursday, April 30, 2020
Updated: Friday, September 25, 2020

COVID-19 Test Results 2,628* Tested 2,346 Negative 265** Positive 17 Pending *Includes residents and employees of nursing facilities in Bosque County per state-required testing. **Includes 170 Bosque County residents and 40 non-residents. (Resident/non-resident numbers do not equal number of positive tests due to retesting of previously identified positive cases.) Read more.