Frank L. Beaman, along with his executive team, and the entire OB department staff would like to say a huge thank you to Alvis and Hazel Moore for their generous donation of crochet blankets to be given to newborn babies delivered at Faith Community Hospital.

The birth of newborns in Jacksboro might seem like a routine topic, but it was not until mid-2013 that the county hospital began delivering newborns. FCH went more than 27 years without childbirths due to the lack of facilities and medical providers who practice obstetrics.

Today, maternity services at FCH are important for the region as surrounding hospitals have closed their maternity services. It is for this reason that FCH has focused more than ever on making the miracle of life a better experience for families in the area.

The donated crochet blankets are such a special touch for Faith Community Hospital to be able to share with the new bundles of joy and their families. We cannot thank the Moore’s enough for their love and community support. The OB department is excited to spread that love through the blankets to the babies’ families to come.

About Faith Community Hospital
Founded in 1958, Faith Community Hospital provides healthcare services for residents of Jack County. The hospital offers a wealth of medical services, including in-patient care, minor surgeries, obstetrics, a Level IV 24-hour trauma center and advanced radiology services (including CT scanning), an outpatient lab, physical therapy, social services, minor surgical services, patient education, a rural health clinic and more. FCH is now serving patients from a new $28 million, 87,000-square-foot replacement facility. For additional information, please visit