Category: Recent News

ACMH Participates in the Clothesline Project

Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics has several t-shirts on display by their Emergency Department. The t-shirts represent their participation in The Clothesline Project. Each t-shirt on display was created by a local survivor of abuse and represents their own personal story. Traditionally, the colors of the shirts represented the type of abuse they experienced.

ACMH Participates in County-Wide Emergency Preparedness Exercise

On October 30, 2018, Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics participated in a county-wide exercise as part of our emergency preparedness program. During the exercise staff discussed their roles during an emergency and their responses to a particular emergency situation.

Celebrating Respiratory Care Week

October 21-27 is Respiratory Care Week! Our respiratory care department provides high-quality care to patients of all ages with breathing problems.

ACMH to Hold Open House at Audubon Clinic

Join Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics on Thursday, October 25 between 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. at Audubon Family Health Clinic for an open house. Check out some of our new renovations and meet our newest physician, Dr. Charlie Burkett.

October is American Pharmacy Month

Join Audubon County Memorial Hospital & Clinics as we celebrate American Pharmacy Month. With winter approaching, one of the most common requests of health care providers will be for an antibiotic. During pharmacy month, we want to discuss how antibiotics are used. Antibiotics are not effective against viruses such as the common cold or flu. Even some bacterial infections such as bronchitis or a sinus infection do not need an antibiotic right away.

ACMH Partners with Susan G. Komen to Provide Free Mammograms

Breast cancer is one of the most serious threats to women and one of the leading causes of death in women between the ages of 30 and 55. One out of every eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Join in the fight against breast cancer by making October the month to get screened.

Pain Management Services Available Close to Home

Pain can be difficult to describe, even by those that deal with its impact every day. One reason is that people feel pain differently. Also, the amount of pain people can tolerate is varied. It can be throbbing or dull, constant or come and go. Pain impacts how you feel physically and emotionally. It can lessen your ability to care for yourself, work or maintain relationships. If you are in pain, it is important you discuss it with your health care provider.