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By Johnna Richter, PharmD, RPh & Niki Salomon, PharmD September is National Cholesterol Education Month. The goal is to raise awareness about cholesterol and its dangers and connection to heart disease. Why does cholesterol matter? Cholesterol is a substance that is found in all cells of the body...
Content provided by Senior Life Solutions at Gothenburg Health and with the assistance of their parent company Psychiatric Medical Care (PMC) Gothenburg Health’s Senior Life Solutions is commemorating Suicide Prevention Awareness during the month of September. Specifically during this week, people...
By Kelsey Max, DPT, PT Urinary incontinence is an area of health that many women do not feel comfortable talking with their spouse, friends, or medical provider. Many women choose to suffer in silence, and accept this is just part of getting older. Main stream media has normalized wearing pads daily...
For Joanna Knapp, RDMS, RVT, RDCS doing ultra sounds at Gothenburg Health for the past seven years has been about caring for the patients. “I love working at Gothenburg Health because we care first about the patient, not just productivity. I get to spend an appropriate amount of time with the...
“Together We Do Great Things” is the theme for National Breastfeeding Month in August this year, which provides an opportunity to focus on resources and opportunities offered by Gothenburg Health for expecting and new mothers. Gothenburg Health now has two Certified Lactation Counselors (CLC) who...
Madison Ristine, OTD, OTR/L joined Gothenburg Health in March to offer occupational therapy in the rehabilitation department and swing bed program. However, when presented with the need for someone to be certified in Vestibular Rehabilitation, Ristine rose to the occasion. Previously, Alan Daup...
For years Yvonne Wolf has collected gift ideas, snipped pictures of care packages and scratched poetic message of comfort on pages. She has a passion for foster kids of all ages and had a passion to put together something for children to enter the foster care system with nothing but a trash bag of...
Gothenburg Health welcomes Bill Hughes, RN, BSN, MAA as the new Chief Nurse Officer this month. As a nurse for 39 years, Hughes brings medical expertise, nursing experience and a diverse leadership background to his new role. Most recently, Hughes comes from Regional West Medical Center in...
Fika is Swedish word that represents a state of mind and an important part of Swedish culture. While many Swedes consider it essential to make time for fika every day, it is more than “a coffee and cake break.” It cannot be enjoyed at a desk alone because it is important to take time to socialize...
Don't just take our word for it. You can learn more by reading the following article written by Heidi Splete. Competitive surgical outcomes observed at critical access hospitals Thirty-day mortality rates for several common operations were not significantly different for patients seen at “critical...

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