Greg Pratt, Director of Pharmacy, Ashley Snapp, Provider Services Clinical Manager and Whitney Owens, Director of Walk In Care, discuss “Take Back Day”, a national day for taking back leftover drugs for safe and anonymous disposal. The three also discuss the basics of medication safety.
Joyce Geis, Family Practice Nurse Practitioner and Vice President of Provider Services, discusses the basics of diabetes, including causes, diagnosis, treatment and patient self-management.
Greg Pratt, Director of Pharmacy, Ashley Snapp, Provider Services Clinical Manager and Whitney Owens, Director of Walk-In Care answer common questions parents have about childhood immunizations. Adult and travel immunizations are also discussed.
Megan NdLovu, nationally certified Speech Therapist, talks about what what to do if you think your child might need Speech Therapy. She walks parents through the process of getting a referral, having a child evaluated and getting treatment.
RMH Clinical Social Worker Cheryl Turner-Romans discusses the link between chronic pain and illness. She describes the symptoms of depression and outlines various coping mechanisms.
Podiatrist Dr Jonathan LeSar, of RMH Foot and Ankle, introduces himself to the community. He explains what “podiatry” is and discusses basic foot care issues.
3 RMH employees talk about what brought them to RMH. They describe what it’s like to change careers, move to a small town and ditch the commute.
Sheehan Cancer Center Director Erin Pike discusses the basics of what cancer is, what is meant by the “stages” of cancer, how it is diagnosed and common treatments.