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For Trisha Stout, RN, BSN, WCC, wounds are “cool and gross,” but her fascination led her to be Wound Care Certified so that she can assist with the new Wound Care Clinic coming to Gothenburg Health. Stout is a registered nurse and has her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing, but recently she said...
Gothenburg Health's pharmacists, Niki Salomon and Johnna Richter, with Gothenburg Discount Pharmacy's pharmacy student, Kaycee, talked to around 100 preschool-age kids at Early Learning Academy, Building Blocks, Ohana Preschool, Agape Preschool, Joyful Noise Preschool, and Learning Adventures in...
In this second article in a two-part series for Stress Awareness Month, we address ways to cope with stress and how stress can affect the mental health of older adults. Gothenburg Health’s Senior Life Solutions is helping build awareness about stress this month by covering Mind and Body with Stress...
In honor of Stress Awareness Month we address in the first of a two part series ways to get involved with awareness and signs of chronic stress. Stress can be hard to define because it is unique to the individual experiencing it, but Psych Centraldescribes it as "…. the body's natural response to a...
By Dr. Garret Shaw Thousands of people die every year from embarrassment. In fact, it is the third-leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., with roughly 50,000 deaths yearly. I’m talking about colon cancer. People do not want to be screened for colon cancer, because they are embarrassed by getting...
By Rachel Gentzler, RRT Gothenburg Health is celebrating National Pulmonary Rehabilitation Week March 12-18, established by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR), to celebrate the benefits pulmonary rehabilitation can provide for patients suffering from...
Sponsored by Senior Life Solutions at Gothenburg Health March 8th is International Women’s Day. In honor of the women in our community, Gothenburg Health’s Senior Life Solutions team would like to highlight some of the unique aspects that pertain to women and mental health. Recent statistics show...
Being diagnosed with cancer is devastating. Yet, most people would be surprised to know that 40 percent of all cancers diagnosed are attributed to preventable causes, according to the American Association of Cancer Research (AACR). February is National Cancer Prevention Month and brings to light...
Information Provided by Senior Life Solutions at Gothenburg Health While February is often known as Heart Health Month, reaching the heart of those who struggle with an eating disorder is the goal for Ashley Chamberlain, Senior Life Solutions (SLS) Program Director. The SLS staff is offering support...
February is not just a month for valentines, flowers and candle light dinners. It is also a month to bring awareness to heart health. National Wear Red Day is celebrated each year on the first Friday in February. Gothenburg Health is inviting people to wear red on Friday, February 3 to bring...

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Gothenburg Health in partnership with the Nebraska Cancer Coalition is educating people about the dangers of skin cancer...
Provided by Senior Life Solutions at Gothenburg Health Caregivers do a lot for others. Because there is so much on their...
In the critical moments following cardiac arrest, an automated external defibrillator (AED) can mean the difference...
The Rural Health Information Hub recently did an article on Loneliness and Social Isolation in Rural America. Dr...
Anna Dalrymple, MD, FAAFP is making a significant impact on family practice medicine and rural health in Nebraska...