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celebrate spring and give the gift of life. Sign up now as an organ, eye, or tissue donor at www.organdonor.gov and let life bloom.
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Alcoholism is a chronic, progressive disease, genetically predisposed and fatal if untreated. However people can and do recover. In fact, it is estimated that as many as 20 million individuals and family members are living lives in recovery! Alcohol Awareness Month provides a focused opportunity across America to increase awareness and understanding of alcoholism, its causes, effective treatment and recovery. Call CCCHC, 7018734445 for information on the recovery services offered.
Over 50 years old? It’s time to get tested! Preventable, treatable and beatable. Help finish the fight against colon cancer! CCCHC is offering free FIT Screening Cards through April 17, 2020. Schedule an appointment today.
Coal Country Community Health Center will be closing at noon on Friday, April 10th. Wishing you joy, happiness and peace this Easter and hereafter! CCCHC will be open regular business hours on Monday, April 13th.
Your local healthcare organizations have been closely following recent reports and information about the latest developments with
COVID‐19, otherwise known as the
coronavirus. We are working closely together to be prepared. This update provides information on what you can do to help prevent contracting the virus, and what you can expect from your local healthcare professionals should COVID‐19 directly affect you.
BSC Practical Nursing (LPN) Program is offered right here at Sakakawea Medical Center and allows individuals to achieve a personal career goal through non-tradition means. The program eliminates the need for students to travel away from home to obtain a career in nursing and offers small class size, reasonable tuition and on-site instructors. Interested applicants should contact Lacey at 7017487286 for more information.
Sakakawea Hospice will offer the 10‐week session beginning February 27th. The sessions will be held from 1:00‐2:30 p.m. at the Coal Country Community Health Center Administration Office conference room located at 1101 3rd Ave NW in Beulah. Please register by February 18th, call Hospice at 7017487380 for more information or email email@example.com.
You can make healthy changes to lower your risk of developing heart disease. Controlling and preventing risk factors is also important for people who already have heart disease. To lower your risk:
Less than two weeks to get your Valentine cookie orders in. Help support Sakakawea Hospice and make someone's day. Please have orders returned to Hospice no later than Tuesday, February 11th. Order blanks available at local businesses and SMC Hospice office. For more information contact the SMC Hospice office at 7017487380.