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RMC Masking Update

January 18, 2022 in News, Regional Medical Center

Regional Medical Center Masking Update

Due to recent studies and the increasing COVID-19 infections in our community, Regional Medical Center (RMC) is asking all patients, visitors, and staff to wear surgical masks while at our facility and clinics effective immediately. Surgical masks will be available upon entry to our facilities. Please replace your cloth mask with the...

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Ursula Joins RMC Surgery Team

January 14, 2022 in News, Surgical Services

“Ursula” Joins RMC Surgery Team

Regional Medical Center (RMC) is very excited to welcome “Ursula” to the surgery team. Ursula is our new robotic surgery system. Due to the impact and relationship between the robot and our surgical staff, it seemed appropriate to give our robot a name. Robotic surgery is something RMC is well...

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Winter Blues Have You Feeling Down

January 14, 2022 in News, Senior Life Solutions

Winter Blues Have You Feeling Down?

The winter season is upon us and the colder weather and shorter days may cause individuals to feel more isolated, lonely, and less motivated. With increased isolation, mixed with feelings of stress and anxiety that may accompany wintertime can have a real impact on a person’s overall well being. The...

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Local Alumni Lace Up for a Good Cause

January 13, 2022 in News, Radiology

Local Alumni Lace Up for a Good Cause

Brought to you by Regional Medical Center Starmont and Edgewood-Colesburg alumni basketball players laced up to play an alumni rivalry game to raise money for Regional Medical Center (RMC) Radiology Department. Carson Willie, a Starmont alumni, presented a check of $2,947.38 to the RMC Radiology Department to go towards local...

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medicare identity theft concern

January 13, 2022 in News, Regional Medical Center

Medicare Identity Theft Concern

Brought to you by Regional Medical Center We’ve received reports of scammers using the Regional Medical Center (RMC) phone number trying to obtain Medicare card numbers. Protect your loved ones from scammers! If anyone calls asking for their Medicare card number, they should hang up and call 1-100-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227). Find...

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High COVID-19 Community Level in Delaware County

January 13, 2022 in News, Public Health

Delaware County COVID-19 Stats Update

As we begin to see an increase in positive COVID-19 cases, we urge you to get your COVID-19 vaccine. Check out vaccine resources at regmedctr.org/covid-vaccine-update....

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What are the Health Concerns in Delco

January 12, 2022 in News, Regional Medical Center

What are Health Concerns in Delaware County?

Brought to you by Regional Medical Center Every three years Regional Medical Center (RMC)–your local, non-profit, 501(c)(3) hospital–conducts a Community Health Needs Assessment for Delaware County. Your opinions and health concerns in our community matter. As residents of Delaware County, RMC invites you to complete a brief, 8 question, community...

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High COVID-19 Community Level in Delaware County

January 10, 2022 in News, Public Health

1st Omicron Case Confirmed in Delaware County

The first case of the omicron variant of COVID-19 in Delaware County has been confirmed. This variant spreads more easily than the original virus and nationally has become the dominant strain of COVID-19. While having this confirmation is concerning due to how easily this variant spreads, it is important to...

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High COVID-19 Community Level in Delaware County

January 6, 2022 in News, Public Health

Delaware County COVID-19 Stats Update

COVID continues to be present and spreading in our community. Delaware County Public Health urges you to please get vaccinated and if eligible, get your booster. The CDC has expanded booster shot eligibility and now recommends adolescents aged 12-17 to get a booster shot 5 months after their initial two-dose...

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COVID-19 Vaccine

January 5, 2022 in News, Public Health

COVID is Still Here. Get Vaccinated.

Brought to you by Delaware County Public Health While we wish we could say we’ve kicked off a new year and kicked COVID out the door, unfortunately that’s not the case. COVID-19 continues to challenge our communities and healthcare systems across Iowa and the nation. Delaware County Public Health (DCPH),...

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Lilyana Mary

January 3, 2022 in News, OB

First Baby Born in 2022 at RMC

Lilyana Mary was born at RMC on January 1, 2022. The first day of 2022, Regional Medical Center (RMC) delivered and welcomed their first baby of the new year. Parents Cassandra Palmer and Adam Broghammer rang in the new year by welcoming their baby girl, Lilyana Mary. Dr. May and...

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