Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics is excited to announce that Dr. Pedro Ricart will be adding spine surgeries to his list of services provided in our outpatient specialty clinic! Dr. Ricart has been providing our patients with acute and chronic nonsurgical treatment for neck and back issues since 2017 and will now be performing minimally invasive spine procedures for adult scoliosis & kyphosis, and cervical and lumbar disc problems.
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Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics ACMH is excited to welcome Dr. Brandon Menke, who will be providing ophthalmology services and cataract procedures in our outpatient specialty clinic services starting in the fall of 2019!
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PROJECT: AUDUBON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPTIAL – PHARMACY CLEAN ROOM
Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics and Audubon County Public Health are partnering with several other agencies in the county to conduct a community health needs assessment. The goal is to gather input from people throughout our service area regarding their perceptions of the current state of our population’s health and what they believe are the most important health needs that our communities should address. The results of the assessment will be used to identify current health needs and develop strategies to positively impact health and wellness changes.
Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics is excited to announce that our new Chronic Care Management (CCM) service is being managed solely by the staff at Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics.
Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics is pleased to announce that our Rehabilitation Services department is expanding their services for patients with Parkinson disease. Physical Therapist, Barb Jacobsen, has recently become certified in LSTV BIG, a program for people diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
June is National Hernia Awareness Month. The purpose of National Hernia Awareness Month is to raise the public knowledge of the warning signs and latest treatment options available regarding hernias.
Pain can be difficult to live with and impacts how you feel, physically and emotionally. Everyone has different ways of dealing with their pain, and how much pain an individual can tolerate varies greatly from person to person. Pain can lessen your ability to care for yourself, to work, or maintain relationships. If you are in pain, it is important for you to discuss it with your health care provider.
Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics is pleased to announce that our radiology department is now offering a new lung cancer screening test, in which patients undergo a low-dose computed tomography (CT) scan.
Congratulations to Caylee Rokke, RN, who was named the DAISY Award recipient this year at Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics. Caylee has been a nurse in the Med-Surg/ER department at ACMH since May of 2016.