Angie Wilson

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December 21, 2023 in Family Practice, News

Urgent Care Volumes on the Rise

It’s the season of sniffles. As the spreading of illnesses increases, Regional Family Health (RFH) in Manchester is seeing a high volume of patients in the Urgent Care.  As the number of Urgent Care visits rise, the wait times begin to grow. Here at Regional Family Health, we value your...

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December 21, 2023 in Auxiliary, Patient Story

Mallory Barney, Auxiliary Scholarship Recipient

“Thank you to the RMC Auxiliary and their donors for providing me with this scholarship. It has lessened my financial stress and helped me get closer to my goal of becoming a nurse practitioner.”...

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December 7, 2023 in Auxiliary, Patient Story

Addison Kirby, Auxiliary Scholarship Recipient

“The RMC Auxiliary Scholarship has provided me with financial help while pursuing my passion of becoming a Physical Therapist.”...

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December 6, 2023 in Patient Story, Therapy Services

Jim O’Connell, Therapy Services Patient

“It was too bad I had to have my operation, but I had so many wonderful people to help me. From the receptionist to the aides to my physical therapist, they were all amazing. I never complained about coming to therapy, I enjoyed it here. They pushed me and kept...

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Child Safety Gift Guide

December 5, 2023 in News, Parent Education & Support

Child Safety Gift Guide

Gift-giving is hard, especially when you’re deciding what to get children in your life. It can be particularly hard to choose a safe toy for babies, toddlers, preschoolers or school-aged kids. The Regional Medical Center (RMC) Parents as Teachers have developed a child safety gift guide for young children that...

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December 4, 2023 in Auxiliary, News, OB

Christmas Stockings Donated to RMC Newborns

Each year, the Regional Medical Center (RMC) Auxiliary donates “My First Christmas” stockings to the OB Department. Now until the end of Christmas, the OB staff gifts each baby born in the birthing unit this special stocking.  Dubuque residents, Ryan & Makenna Kelley, welcomed their baby girl on November 26,...

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November 30, 2023 in News, Regional Medical Center

New Therapy Dog Welcomed at RMC

A new friendly face will now be visiting the halls of Regional Medical Center (RMC) in Manchester. Jo Schreck, volunteer therapy dog handler, introduced a new friend to patients, visitors and staff on Wednesday, November 29th. Hector, a golden doodle, is a Certified Therapy Dog that will continue to visit...

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November 16, 2023 in News, Parent Education & Support

A Guide for Parents on The Flu

As a parent, this time of year can be especially difficult to navigate due to the increased number of illnesses. Regional Medical Center’s (RMC) Parents as Teachers (PAT) are providing parents a guide on things to know about influenza or the “flu” and ways to protect their children from getting...

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West Delaware Volleyball Donation 2023

November 2, 2023 in News, Radiology

West Delaware Volleyball Donates $500 for Breast Cancer Support Bags

The West Delaware Volleyball team presented $500 to the Regional Medical Center (RMC) Radiology team to put towards breast cancer support bags. Through fundraising efforts, the volleyball players and those who supported their cause, were able to give back to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients in our community.  RMC Radiology...

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October 26, 2023 in News, Parent Education & Support

Treat and Street Smarts

Halloween is an exciting time for traditions like trick-or-treating. As parents and guardians, it is our job to protect our little ones from very real dangers. The Regional Medical Center (RMC) Parents as Teachers team have prepared some “treat and street smarts” to share with your young ones. Halloween is...

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October 24, 2023 in Family Practice, News

Normalizing Medication Discussion to Keep You Safe

October is recognized as “Talk About Your Medicines” month to enhance communications between patients and healthcare providers regarding safe and appropriate use of medications.  To help our patients minimize risks and maximize the benefits of their medications, we are encouraging routine “medication reconciliation.” This process compares patient medication orders to...

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October 20, 2023 in Emergency, Patient Story

Darrel Rich, Emergency Patient

“I was doing some drywalling with my wife, when I fell off the staging and landed on a post (which slid from my chest to my throat). I came into the RMC ER just for stitches under my chin. Within the first minute of seeing me, Jonathan Lang (Nurse Anesthetist)...

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