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JRMC Annual Meeting

Posted on Oct 20, 2017

JRMC Annual Meeting

Jamestown Regional Medical Center has had a year full of advancement and North Dakota firsts. JRMC is hosting its Annual Community Meeting on Wednesday, October 25 at 5:00 p.m. The hospital will be providing an update on leadership, the facility, providers and more. Drinks and appetizers will be provided. “The support we’ve received from the community has always helped us tremendously,” said JRMC President K.C. DeBoer. “We look forward to informing our community about where we’ve been, where we are now and future endeavors.”  read...

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Wave of Light provides ocean of support

Posted on Oct 16, 2017

Wave of Light provides ocean of support

Wave of Light is a time for families who’ve experienced infant loss and miscarriage to share in their sorrow and support each other. Wave of Light is an international event, recognized in six countries. This year’s event was held on Sunday, Oct. 15 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Jamestown. “Thirty years ago, if families experienced a miscarriage or infant death, they were told to forget it,” said Renae Lunde. Lunde is a registered nurse at Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s Family BirthPlace. She is also one of the event’s organizers. “Today, we encourage families to grieve in the way that best fits them.” read...

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Auxiliary Tea raises $2,500 for cancer care at JRMC

Posted on Sep 21, 2017

Auxiliary Tea raises $2,500 for cancer care at JRMC

More than 160 women gathered for tea and sandwiches this month, all raising money for a charitable cause. Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s Auxiliary raised about $2,500 at its Tea for All Seasons on Sept. 12. One hundred and sixty-five women attended the event at Trinity Lutheran Church, one of the event’s best attendances in its 14-year history. Attendees raised more than $2,500. All proceeds benefit Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s Cancer Center. “We want to thank everyone who attended and all Auxiliary members who helped organize,” said Cindy Grimm, past-president of the JRMC Auxiliary. read...

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What’s Normal?: 20s, 30s, 40s

Posted on Aug 28, 2017

What’s Normal?: 20s, 30s, 40s

Fresh, fun and frank discussion is promised at the women’s health presentation on Thursday, Oct. 5. Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s What’s Normal for Women in their 20s, 30s and 40s kicks off Women’s Health month in October.  Dr. Bailey Runkles, gynecologist and obstetrician, will discuss relevant health information for women of that age group. JRMC asks women to #RethinkPink in October. In addition to breast care, women should also take great care of their whole body, Runkles said. read...

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Wave of Light offers support, solidarity after infant loss

Posted on Aug 25, 2017

Wave of Light offers support, solidarity after infant loss

Wave of Light is a time for families who’ve experienced infant loss and miscarriage to share in their sorrow and support each other. Wave of Light is an international event, recognized in six countries. This year’s event is set for Sunday, Oct. 15 St. John’s Lutheran Church in Jamestown. “Thirty years ago, if families experienced a miscarriage or infant death, they were told to forget it,” said Renae Lunde. Lunde is a registered nurse at Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s Family BirthPlace. She is also one of the event’s organizers. “Today, we encourage families to grieve in the way that best fits them.” read...

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Golf event raises $9,000 for ANGELS fund

Posted on Aug 17, 2017

Golf event raises $9,000 for ANGELS fund

 She would say “I’m sorry for your loss.” She would say “It’s not your fault.” But it always felt empty. So after driving home in tears and sharing her experience with family, Dr. Mandy Sorlie, her husband, Dave, and their children, Olivia, 11; Owen, 8; and Lauren, 4; created the Advocating for Neonatal Grief and Early Loss Support (ANGELS) fund. “As parents, we couldn’t imagine what it would feel like to experience infant death,” Dr. Sorlie said. “Dave just looked at me and said ‘we can do this.’” read...

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