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Register now: GOLF “fore” GOOD

Posted on Jun 28, 2017

Register now: GOLF “fore” GOOD

This summer, golf “fore” a good cause. The seventh annual GOLF “fore” GOOD Tournament is set for Friday, July 21. All proceeds benefit Jamestown Regional Medical’s Cancer Center. “This tournament is a great excuse to support a great cause,” said Lisa Jackson, JRMC foundation director. “Miles matter when it comes to cancer care.” Each year, the JRMC Cancer Center will provide chemotherapy infusions for more than 100 residents of Jamestown and the surrounding communities. Currently, those people travel more than 100 miles for that care. This will eliminate more than 160,000 miles of travel per year. The JRMC Cancer Center will include six infusion rooms, a consultation area and space for nurses and staff. Last year’s GOLF “fore” GOOD netted more than $26,000. read...

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Golf Drives Journey

Posted on May 25, 2017

Golf Drives Journey

Change the face of cancer care in our community. The 7th Annual GOLF “fore” GOOD Tournament will be held on Friday, July 21st beginning at 12:00 pm. Registration per player is $100 and includes 18-hole golf scramble, cart, meals, drink tickets, prizes on every hole, and swag bag. The Hole-in-One is presented by Don Wilhelm GMC Buick. Contact Lisa Jackson or Penny Holland at 701-952-4880 or ljackson@jrmcnd.com for...

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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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Ladies Night raises $2,000+ for JRMC Cancer Center

Posted on Mar 2, 2017

Ladies Night raises $2,000+ for JRMC Cancer Center

An evening with friends made THE difference in the life of a cancer patient. Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s Auxiliary’s first ever Ladies Night raised more than $2,000. The event benefited the upcoming JRMC Cancer Center. “Battling cancer is a community effort,” said Carol Lawrence, Auxiliary member and former Gift Shoppe manager. JRMC is creating a cancer center with eight infusion rooms. The center would be the only one of its kind within 90 miles. At any given time, more than 100 Stutsman County residents are traveling more than 100 miles for chemotherapy care. JRMC’s Foundation hopes to raise $1.5 million for the JRMC Cancer Center. read...

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Foundation sets hospital record for Giving Hearts Day

Posted on Feb 9, 2017

Foundation sets hospital record for Giving Hearts Day

The needs of one patient, one hospital are overwhelming alone. But together, our impact is match and makes THE difference. Gifts of $10 or more were matched on Giving Hearts Day, Feb. 9. With that help, Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s Foundation raised $57,154. “This is a huge win for JRMC and the Jamestown community,” said Foundation Director, Lisa Jackson. “Thank you for being a giving heart — its more than money, it is the effort you put in, the time you spend and the voice when you spread the word. read...

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JRMC first, only hospital in state to offer HBOT

Posted on Feb 1, 2017

JRMC first, only hospital in state to offer HBOT

Jamestown Regional Medical Center launched the first, and only, hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber in the state. In hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT), patients enter a special chamber and breathe concentrated oxygen. The pure oxygen fills the blood and helps repair tissues. HBOT helps patients suffering from chronic wounds, diabetic wounds, burns and infections. “The need for chronic wound care is growing,” said Randy Perkins, FNP for JRMC’s Wound Center. “Caring for wounds that won’t heal is costly for patients and insurance programs.” read...

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