When community members pooled their resources to form the Berlin Hospital Association in 1911, little did they know how much their hometown hospital would impact the local quality of life the next 100 years and beyond.
The American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) is pleased to announce the successful completion of its Recertification Examination by Community Health Network-Medical Center Redgranite physician John P. Modrzynski, MD.
The CHN Foundation recently welcomed five new members to the Board of Directors. Members beginning a three year term include Wendy Seaman, Berlin; Barry Rogers, M.D., Green Lake; Lois Kraus, Montello; Carol Williams, Wild Rose; and Darlene Thurley, Plainfield.
Although a lot has changed over the past one hundred years, one thing that has stayed the same is Community Health Network’s commitment to improving the health of people living in Berlin and its surrounding communities.
Providing patients with the professional quality they expect and the personal care they deserve, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs), in Berlin are celebrating the 12th annual National Nurse Anesthetists Week, January 23-29, 2011.
Annual Meeting held January 11, 2011 at Grace Lutheran Church, Berlin
Steve Sorenson, Chairman of the Community Health Network Board of Directors, conducted the 2011 annual meeting at Grace Lutheran Church, Berlin, on January 11th. Sorenson recognized two board members, Jodi Timler Olmen and Henry Derleth, whose terms expired, for their dedication and leadership provided while serving on the board of directors.
Although many have never heard of the term “lymphedema,” Community Health Network Occupational Therapist Kathy Wilkowski notes that many may suffer unknowingly from this painful condition. Lymphedema causes painful swelling of the arms and legs.
Berlin Memorial Hospital recently welcomed the first babies of the New Year.
Community Health Network announced that it will not be organizing the Burning Down the Fox BBQ Competition, previously held in Princeton the last weekend in August.
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