July 18, 2019

Village Manor Residents Making the Best of the Boxmaster

    Photo: (left) Impact Sports & Fitness Trainer, Anita Larson, helps Village Manor resident, Lou Manning get her gloves on before class. (right) Village Manor resident, Della Leadford, works hard on her boxing sequence. The new BoxMaster Quad at Impact Sports and Fitness, in Abilene, is getting use from people of all ages and […]

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July 16, 2019

Bereavement Support Group Offered in Abilene

Home Health and Hospice of Dickinson County is offering a Bereavement Support Group monthly in Abilene. The next class will be on Tuesday, July 23, at 6:00 p.m. These classes are held at the Home Health and Hospice office, 1111 N. Brady, Abilene. Chris McKee, LSCSW, Bereavement Counselor, serves as the group facilitator. These gatherings […]

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July 3, 2019

MHS Employees Donate to the Abilene Food and Clothing Center

Employees of Memorial Health System (MHS) recently wore blue jeans at work for another “Jeans Day” fundraiser. Employees who made a donation of at least $5 were allowed to wear blue jeans on the last Friday of June. The day was organized by the MHS Employer of Choice (EOC) committee. A total donation of $205 […]

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July 2, 2019

MHS August Board Meeting

The August Monthly Board of Director’s (BOD) Meeting of Memorial Health System will be Tuesday, August 6, beginning at 12:30 p.m. in the 2nd Floor BOD Room of Memorial Hospital.

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July 1, 2019

Home Health & Hospice of Dickinson County to Host Caregiver Support Group July 9

Home Health & Hospice of Dickinson County will host a support group for caregivers on Tuesday, July 9, at 6:30 p.m. in their office conference room located at 1111 N. Brady, Abilene. Chris McKee, LSCSW, Bereavement Counselor, will be the facilitator. Everyone is welcome to attend. If you care for a spouse, parent, family member […]

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June 18, 2019

Heartland Health Care Clinic Providers Donate Time and Services to Again Raise Money For AHS

The providers at Heartland Health Care Clinic, located at Memorial Hospital in Abilene, recently presented Abilene High School (AHS) Assistant Principal/Athletic Director, Will Burton, a check for $1300. The providers donated their time and services to provide sports physicals for AHS students. The money will be used at AHS for athletic training department items to […]

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June 12, 2019

Bereavement Support Group Offered in Abilene

Home Health and Hospice of Dickinson County is offering a Bereavement Support Group monthly in Abilene. The next class will be on Tuesday, June 25, at 6:00 p.m. These classes are held at the Home Health and Hospice office, 1111 N. Brady, Abilene. Chris McKee, LSCSW, Bereavement Counselor, serves as the group facilitator. These gatherings […]

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June 11, 2019

Laboratory at Memorial Hospital Passes Survey with No Deficiencies

Pictured are some of the staff from the Laboratory at Memorial Hospital, which had no deficiencies in a recent survey. Shown, from left to right, are: Shafiq Hasan, Christina Bartel, Tiffany Caldwell, and Stephanie Rogers, Laboratory Manager. Staff not pictured: Trevor McKee, Jordan Tibbetts, Kris Roney, Sara Schuerch, Kathryn Alanes, and Jackie Estelle. A Laboratory […]

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June 10, 2019

Waits Joins Staff of MHS Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine

Kyle Waits has recently joined the staff, as a physical therapist, of Memorial Health System (MHS) Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine at Memorial Hospital. Waits is from Wichita and is a 2010 graduate of Wichita South High School. He received an academic scholarship to Cowley County Community College. After graduating from there, he transferred to Wichita […]

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June 10, 2019

MHS Employees Donate to Assist Dr. Thompson’s Efforts in Haiti

Employees of Memorial Health System (MHS) wore blue jeans on May 31st at work for another “Jeans Day” fundraiser. Employees who make a donation of at least $5 are allowed to wear blue jeans on the last Friday of the month. A total donation of $210 was presented to Dr. Susan Thompson. The money raised […]

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