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Page 10 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, February 26, 2015 FMCH Catchings Clinic Goes Live With Electronic Medical Records Due to the American Recov- ery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and the Federal mandate for healthcare, FMCH Catch- ings Clinic started converting to an electronic health record on Tuesday, February 24. Hospital officials released the following statement: Converting to an electronic system will require that we update ALL registration and health information and each visit will be documented elec- tronically. We apologize in ad- vance that our schedules will be limited during the initial go-live period, and we appreci- ate your patience as we strive to meet this government man- date. Listed below are several tips that can asst you and us with a smoother transition.. Schedule your appointment in advance ff at all possible. We will be asking you to fill out new patient information forms so that updated, current information can be entered electronically. It is a Federal require- ment that we ask you to pro- vide us with your race and ethnicity. You have the op- tion to decline answering, but we must ask. We wiU be changing from paper to electronic prescrip- tions. You 1 be asked at each visit to provide the name of the pharmacy where you want today's prescriptions sent elec- tronically. Please continue to bring all of your current medications with you to each visit. Thank you for your coopera- tion and patience as we move forward! Deer & Wildlife Fest "Honor The Sponsors" Event March 12 At Wilkinson County Park Plan to attend "Honor the Sponsors" of the Deer & Wildlife Festival on Thurs- day, March 12, at 6 p.m. at the Wilkinson County Park. State Representative An- gela Cockerham will be the keynote speaker. Sometimes, i. It went from bad to worse for the Rams as their unde- feated Whitaker Insurance Agency 3/4 grade boys team would fall to the also unde- feated Cathedral U.S. Lawns team. The Rams played well as the two teams traded the lead back and forth. As the game went on, the Ram of- fense found it much harder to score. When time expired, the teams were tied, sending the game into an overtime shootout. Cathedral was just a little better this day win- ning in overtime by a score of 21 to 20. Nathan Mudd led the Rams with nine points, followed by Ryan Fisher with eight points and Jack Org- eron with three points. The Rams fall to 3-1. WCCA's 3/4 grade girls United Mississippi Bank team continues to play good defense but are still learning how to score. That was the case again on February 14th as Cathedral would out last the Lady Rams by a score of 3 to 0. One day the Lady Ram defense will keep them in the ball game long enough for the offense to score enough points to win the game. The (Continued from Page 9) Lady Rams fell to 0-4 on the season. The Concordia Bank & Trust Company 5/6 grade girls were the next WCCA team to play on the day, their first of two games. They played the "no way these girls are in elementary" Ca- thedral Ready Decks team. The Lady Rams gave the No. 1 Cathedral team all they wanted and the score was close until the fourth quar- ter. In the end, the Lady Rams just were not able to score on Cathedral. Cathe- dral would win by a score of 12 to 1. Emily Sessions scored the point for the Lady Rams. The Lady Rams fall to 1-3 on the season. The least 'anticipated game for WCCA was the match-up between its two 5/6 grade girls teams, Con- cordia Bank & Trust Com- pany and the Treppendahl's Super Foods Team, in a first ever intra-school game. The parents were rightfully con- cerned that some of the girls would not finish the game with all of their limbs or digits attached. This was by far the most hard fought Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cal- Mrs. Sue Rouprich of vert visited recently with Baton Rouge visited on Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Earn- Saturday afternoon in the shaw and Tommy LaRue home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy and Hunt in Dallas, Texas. Lewis. contest by any of WCCA's teams to date this year. Treppendahl's took an early four point lead only to watch Concordia evaporate it by the half. Many bruised bed- ies and egos later the game would end regulation knot- ted at five points a piece. The first overtime ended with each team scoring one point. In order to keep from admitting any players to the hospital, the officials ended the ball game tied, the first ever basketball game that we are aware of which ended in a tie. Emily Sessions led Concordia with four points followed by Lalie Havard and Mallory Ford with one point a piece. Anna Char- lotte Redhead scored all six of Treppendahl's points. Concordia's record goes to 1-3-1 and Treppendahl's stands at 2-2-1. If a tie is like kissing your sister, then all of the coaches were pleased to do so because they were al- lowed to coach another game. The parents also left happy because just as in T-ball, nobody lost. Finally the players seemed to be the most pleased of anyone since they were able to beat each other up on the court for more than a full game; not get in trouble for doing such as they normally would and not have to worry about bragging rights for a year. Sometimes it is best just to kiss your sister. THE DOCTORS ARE Dr. Thomas Trahan Lane Wound Care & Hyperbarics Oxygen Center 4917 West Park Drive Zachary, LA 70791 225-658-4110 Dr. Cynthia Boyer Radiation Oncology Canter 6180 Main Street, Suite Zachary, LA 70791 225-570-1212 Dr. Jason Beeharilal Premier Wellness Associates 4727 West Park Drive, Suite B Zachary, LA 70791 225-286-4360 v, lle S y Friday, February 27, 7 am to 11 pm 187 Hwy. 61 South Woodville 601-888-4555 ORANP OPENINO 9PECIAL Buy a 12" and get a regular 12" FREE with the purchase of ohip00 t, 3 0 oz. drink Doctors Association Inc. Subway