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Stop the Bleed Training

July 19, 2022 in News, Public Health

Stop the Bleed Training

Emergencies can happen anywhere and at any time, especially life-threatening accidents that cause serious blood loss. You can become an immediate responder by going through the “STOP THE BLEED” training. This training will give you the knowledge to be able to recognize life-threatening bleeding and act quickly and effectively to...

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COVID-19 Vaccine

July 1, 2022 in News, Public Health

COVID-19 Vaccines Now Recommended for Young Children

The CDC recommends COVID-19 Vaccines for everyone 6 months and older and COVID-19 boosters for everyone ages 5 years and older, if eligible. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to get their children vaccinated to help protect them from COVID-19. This also includes children who have already had COVID-19.  Reach out to...

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Park Look Lock

June 23, 2022 in News, Public Health

Park. LOOK. Lock.

5 children in the United States have died this year and 912 since 1998 due to Pediatric Vehicular Heatstroke. Every death was preventable. According to the National Safety Council, 52.6% of these deaths happened because their caregiver forgot them in the vehicle.  Heatstroke is one of the leading causes of...

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June 21, 2022 in Family Practice, News

Urgent Care Expands Hours

Regional Family Health (RFH) Urgent Care in Manchester, Iowa, is expanding their hours! Effective on Monday, June 27, 2022, RFH Urgent Care will be open Monday through Friday from 12-7PM, Saturday and Sunday from 8AM-1PM, and closed on holidays.  What is Urgent Care and when should you use it? Urgent Care...

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June 13, 2022 in Auxiliary, News

Full Circle Moment at Project Linus Workshop

It was a full circle moment for a mother and her son at the Regional Medical Center (RMC) Auxiliary Project Linus Workshop. Roxanne Anderson and her now 16-year-old son, Max, volunteered their time to make blankets for RMC pediatric patients on Thursday, June 9, 2022.  As they sat and put...

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Protect Your Skin this Summer

June 2, 2022 in News, Public Health

Protect Your Skin this Summer

As the weather warms and our communities continue to be more active outside, it’s important to remind everyone to protect their skin! Recently, Delaware County Public Health (DCPH) was able to deliver individual bottles of sunscreen to county ballparks and swimming pools for public use. “Last year we were able...

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please don’t kiss the baby

June 1, 2022 in News, OB

Please Don’t Kiss the Baby

Brought to you by Regional Medical Center As little ones are born into the world, it’s always an overwhelming joy of emotions. Everyone in the family is wanting to come meet the new addition. It’s important to remember that these newborns’ immune systems are not fully developed. Respiratory Syncytial Virus...

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May 24, 2022 in Auxiliary, News

RMC Auxiliary Announces 2022 Scholarship Recipients

The Regional Medical Center (RMC) Auxiliary is pleased to announce three area students as recipients of $750 scholarships each.  Samantha Anderson, 2022 West Delaware High School graduate, will attend Wartburg College this fall where she will begin her studies with a goal of becoming a Board Certified (MT-BC) Music Therapist...

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Common Signs of Mental Health Concerns

May 16, 2022 in News, Senior Life Solutions

Common Signs of Mental Health Concerns

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and Regional Medical Center’s (RMC) Senior Life Solutions (SLS) is raising awareness about the signs, symptoms, and risk factors regarding mental health and how to know when to seek help. Over the past couple of years, mental health has moved to the forefront for...

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Seeking Volunteers for a Project Linus Blanket Workshop

May 16, 2022 in Auxiliary, News

Seeking Volunteers for a Project Linus Blanket Workshop

Pediatric patients being cared for in the Regional Medical Center (RMC) Emergency Department and in the inpatient unit benefit greatly from the comfort and warmth of Project Linus blankets. It’s time to replenish our stock so we have enough blankets for our pediatric patients! You’re invited to join the RMC...

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nationwide radiology iv contrast shortage

May 13, 2022 in News, Radiology

Nationwide Radiology IV Contrast Shortage

COVID-19 continues to affect things around the world. With a recurrence of more infections in China, a manufacturing facility producing IV contrast solution was shut down for a period of time as they tried to curb the spread. This facility is not yet back up to full production, resulting in...

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healthcare facilities continue to require face masks

April 29, 2022 in News, Regional Medical Center

Regional Medical Center Masking Policy Update

As healthcare facilities continue to move forward delivering care amidst COVID-19, Regional Medical Center (RMC) is committed to adjusting mitigation and prevention guidelines as needed to ensure the health and safety of our patients and team. Throughout our communities, we are experiencing lower levels of COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses....

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