Happy Holidays

December 21, 2011

From our entire Epic family to yours, best wishes for a happy holiday season and a new year filled with good health, happiness, peace and prosperity!

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Epic’s South Houston Team Shares Holiday Joy

December 16, 2011

At Epic, our clients and their families bring us joy all year long. We thank you for the privilege of caring for you and wish you good health and happiness in the year ahead. Happy Holidays from our South Houston team!

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Epic’s Addison Office and Jonathan’s Place share the “Chicken Dance”

December 16, 2011

Epic’s Addison team was committed to helping Jonathan’s Place spread holiday cheer to the youngest victims of abuse – the many children Jonathan’s Place helps throughout the year. The wheels were set in motion to collect as many items as possible from the Jonathan’s Place Wish List. With tomorrow being the last day to contribute gifts, so that presents could be wrapped and ready for Christmas Day, let’s just say Addison was a little ahead of schedule. Picture endless tables of gifts and you can only begin to imagine the smiles on the faces of Jonathan’s Places’ kids … and…Read More

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Light up the Holidays for Children – One Smile at a Time

December 6, 2011

With the winter season in full swing, it is easy to get lost in the holiday mayhem. Holiday lights are on display, gifts will be exchanged, and cookies will be eaten. The holiday spirit is in the air and total bliss is all around us, Tis’ the season for giving. We at Epic Health Services have so much to be grateful for and would like to extend our love to those less fortunate. Our goal is to bring joy and holiday cheer to the children of Jonathan’s Place. For 15 years, Jonathan’s Place has been taking care of the Dallas…Read More

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Epic’s Austin team believes in “Preemie Power”

November 16, 2011

On Sunday, November 13th, Epic’s Austin team was all decked out in support of Hand to Hold’s annual “Premie Power” event. Hand to Hold is a non profit organization that provides support, education and resources to parents whose child was born pre- maturely. Hand to Hold also uniquely fills the support gap that exists for families who have had a child in the NICU or have experienced a loss. The organization created the Preemie Power event — consisting of a photo/essay contest, team fundraiser and family celebration — to recognize these tiny super heroes for the amazing obstacles they have…Read More

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Medically Fragile Children Can Party, Too!

November 4, 2011

Every parent loves to celebrate their child’s birthday. And I don’t think I’ve ever met a child that doesn’t enjoy having a special birthday party. For families with medically fragile children, birthdays can be even more precious and are never taken for granted. Many of our pediatric clients face multiple medical challenges. It can take years, after a child is born, for pediatricians and disease specialists to completely and accurately diagnose a child’s condition(s). This is a very stressful time for new parents who desperately want to understand their child’s illness(es) and related prognosis. Medicine is, at times, an art…Read More

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Stepping Up To The Plate

November 3, 2011

“Stepping up to the Plate” words from Nathan Capehart. Epic Health Services – the #1 provider of pediatric home care in Texas – believes that the Houston Ronald McDonald House is an amazing organization with respect to the services they provide to support special needs children and their families. In that sense, their mission is similar to ours. As the Houston Regional Director, I have decided to put my feet where my mouth is and run the full Houston marathon to support the organization. Yes, all 26.2 miles on January 15th, 2012. The Ronald McDonald House is a non-profit organization…Read More

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Why Did You Decide to Become a Nurse?

October 28, 2011

Epic Health Services Wants to Know…Why did you decide to become a Nurse?” Our Epic recruiters ask this question to everyone who applies to be an Epic Health Services’ nurse. Among numerous responses, one of the most memorable replies came from a seasoned, intensive care unit, male nurse: “At 18-years-old, I had one thing on my mind: women. I chose a profession that would allow me to meet as many women as possible.” While honesty is a characteristic we value at Epic, one of the key character traits we look for is compassion. Nursing is a profession that requires one…Read More

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A New Website

October 24, 2011

Epic MedStaff, the leading provider in Texas of home care services for medically fragile children has a new name – Epic Health Services. Though our name has changed, our mission remains the same: Providing medically fragile children and others in need with the highest quality home healthcare consistently delivered with compassion and extraordinary client service. Along with our name change, we have changed the look – and purpose of – our website. We view our new website as another way to support our mission – by offering an online platform that will enable all who are focused on the needs…Read More

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