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Running of the Pink set for June 3

Posted on May 17, 2017

Running of the Pink set for June 3

Cancer is the leading cause of death of Stutsman County residents ages 45-84. Because of this, and because so many residents are affected by cancer, R.M. Stoudt hosts the annual Running of the Pink each year on the first Saturday in June which, this year, falls on June 3. All proceeds benefit the No Excuses Program and the local Women’s Way Chapter for breast and cervical cancer screenings as well as education and other needs. Jamestown Regional Medical Center hosts the No Excuses program every year, in conjunction with Central Valley Health. That day, women can come in for a basic screening as well as a mammogram, all in one quick visit. Plus, if women have any financial barriers, proceeds from Running of the Pink cover those needs. No Excuses helped 14 women at its last event in November. read...

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JRMC to open specialty clinic in Carrington

Posted on May 15, 2017

JRMC to open specialty clinic in Carrington

There’s dozes of reasons to choose Jamestown Regional Medical Center. One of them is because it serves rural communities. Beginning in June, specialists from JRMC will accept appointments at their Carrington office.  “No matter where you live, you should have access to high-quality healthcare,” said Trisha Jungels, Chief Nursing Officer. “JRMC always strives to be THE difference in healthcare. This is one way we can do that.”  Each specialist will spend one business day per month at JRMC’s Carrington Clinic, which is adjacent to Dr. Jay Bauer’s Dental Clinic, 923 First Street South. read...

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Kacie Pahl receives JRMC nursing award

Posted on May 11, 2017

Kacie Pahl receives JRMC nursing award

Because she is a team player, patient advocate and never complains, Jamestown Regional Medical Center named Registered Nurse Kacie Pahl its 2017 Nora Melvold Paulson Excellence in Leadership Award winner. JRMC celebrates nursing week with the Nora Melvold Paulson Excellence in Leadership Award, honoring one registered nurse each year. Nurses week is May 6-12, 2017. Pahl serves in the Family BirthPlace unit and has worked for JRMC since 2012. She and her children, Raina and Cameron, live in Jamestown. The Edgeley native holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Jamestown College (now the University of Jamestown) and a Master’s Degree in Nursing Education. read...

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Auxiliary Plant Sale to benefit Journey to Oncology

Posted on May 4, 2017

Auxiliary Plant Sale to benefit Journey to Oncology

Support for Jamestown Regional Medical Center just keeps growing. And growing. JRMC’s Auxiliary Plant Sale is set for Monday, May 15. The Auxiliary will sell geraniums, tomatoes and other filler plants for $5 each. All proceeds benefit JRMC’s Cancer Center. The event begins at 7:30 a.m. and lasts until the plants are gone. This is the Auxiliary’s 15th year holding the event. “It takes a lot of people to make the community successful,” said Eunice Sahr, Auxiliary member and one of the Plant Sale organizers. “We feel like we’re making a difference.” read...

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Free speech, hearing, memory screens set for May

Posted on Apr 29, 2017

Free speech, hearing, memory screens set for May

Have you heard? Jamestown Regional Medical Center is offering a free screening event to check your hearing, memory and/or speech. The free screenings are available May 9-11. That day is for area residents who’ve noticed their spouse keeps telling them to turn down the TV. Or perhaps a parent doesn’t remember names and dates as well as they used to. The screenings include one or more of the following: * hearing tests * adult memory screenings * pediatric language screenings JRMC held an event like this in March. Since that day filled up, JRMC is offering three days in May to meet the demand. read...

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JRMC volunteers donate 5,000+ hours in 2017

Posted on Apr 27, 2017

JRMC volunteers donate 5,000+ hours in 2017

Jamestown Regional Medical Center can’t do the work it does without the work of the volunteers, said K.C. DeBoer, JRMC President & CEO. DeBoer presented awards to the 100 JRMC volunteers at the hospital’s Volunteer Appreciation Banquet Tuesday. Since 1997, those volunteers have donated more than 133,000 hours. Last year alone, they donated more than 5,000 hours. Volunteers at JRMC serve in different ways. Some of those ways include: calling patients at home to check in on them, guiding patients and families through the hospital and filling envelopes and packets with patient information. read...

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