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Keystone Blood Drive June 6

By Life Serve Blood Center · 1:55pm May 23rd, 2016
LifeServe Blood Center is asking donors to step up and donate blood this summer to prevent a shortage in the community blood supply. Summer brings school break, weddings, vacations and outdoor fun, but as schedules fill up, blood donation appointments are often forgotten or pushed to the back burner.

UnityPoint Clinic Family Medicine Shellsburg relocating

By UnityPoint Health – St. Luke’s Hospital · 2:15am May 17th, 2016
After more than 15 years of providing care to patients in Shellsburg, the UnityPoint Clinic Family Medicine is being forced to relocate. UnityPoint Clinic was recently informed its lease would be terminated at the end of June. The Clinic is currently located at 400 Canton St., Suite B in Shellsburg. Starting July 5, UnityPoint Clinic Shellsburg Nurse Practitioner Julie Hoffmann will care for patients at the UnityPoint Clinic Family Medicine Vinton location, which is located at 1803 C Ave.

June WOW Newsletter

By Benton County Extension · 12:46pm May 13th, 2016
The attached June WOW newsletter features: · Kalettes – a new vegetable that is a cross between kale and brussels sprouts · Recipe for roasted Kalettes · Tips for storing fresh produce · Summertime physical activity ideas Click to view

Latest News and Events from Virginia Gay Nursing & Rehab

By Virginia Gay Hospital · 12:39pm May 4th, 2016
Catch up on recent events at Virginia Gay Nursing & Rehab by downloading the Spring Edition of their newsletter, "Nursing & Rehab Anchor". In this issue, you'll learn more about the new dietician, Sara Wattnem, and some exciting changes with their menus. For more information about Virginia Gay Nursing & Rehab, visit their website.

Breast Cancer Survivors to meet May 9th

By Janet Woodhouse · 7:36pm May 1st, 2016
Breast Cancer Survivors We will meet Monday, May 9th at 5:30 p.m. for dinner and conversation at Windsor Manor in the dining room. Reservations not required but appreciated. Meal donation of $5 is appreciated. Please call Angie Tharp 472-2994, Lisa Staab 472-5255 or Janet Woodhouse 472-4862 to make a reservation.

If you have chronic pain think about this

By Virginia Gay Hospital · 9:43am April 25th, 2016
Pain is real but your mind amplifies what the body feels, especially at night when it's quiet. Paradoxically, a quieter mind might just be what you need to help alleviate pain. As you feel pain it's easy to say things like, "this is terrible, I can't stand this any more." You may worry that the pain is going to get worse and the more tense and irritable you become the more you hurt.

Health Careers class plans Red Cross blood drive Friday at VSHS

By Dean Close · 3:28pm April 20th, 2016
Vinton-Shellsburg's Health Careers class is hosting a Red Cross blood drive on Friday April 22, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the auxiliary gym. If the class reaches its goal for units of blood it will receive a scholarship for its seniors. Appointments for the general public are available (call 319-436-4728 ext.

Specialty health care available at Virginia Gay Hospital

By Virginia Gay Hospital · 6:36pm April 18th, 2016
If you're facing the time and expense of traveling for specialty care, remember, you can access specialists at Virginia Gay in Vinton. Specialists available through Virginia Gay include cardiology, oncology, orthopedics, pulmonology, psychiatry, podiatry, ear nose and throat, and nephrology. The complete schedule of Virginia Gay’s specialty clinics can be accessed by clicking here.

Pain clinic available at Virginia Gay for those suffering from chronic pain

By Virginia Gay Hospital · 12:42pm April 18th, 2016
If you are one of the 100 million Americans experiencing chronic pain, you're not alone and there are treatments available that go well beyond pain pills. Welcome to Keith Barnhill and the Virginia Gay Pain Clinic. The pain clinic at Virginia Gay takes a holistic approach to pain and therapies can include mindfulness, hypnosis, physical therapy and much, much more.

Abuse Prevention Month celebrates the role everyone plays in strengthening families and communities. This April, BID and Prevent Child Abuse Iowa are joining communities across the nation in celebrating the small actions people take every day that make a big difference in children’s lives. Actions can include bringing a meal to a new parent, listening to someone’s story or organizing a neighborhood activity.

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