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.
Santa took a break from his preparations at the North Pole to visit residents at the Juliette Manor holiday party. Santa is pictured with Juliette Manor resident Adeline Thompson. Santa also stopped by Berlin Memorial Hospital visit patients, and then had to fly his reindeer northward to complete his Christmastime commitments!
A lifetime career of teaching and coaching may sound tough mentally, but it can take its toll physically as well. Next year will mark a milestone in the life of 62 year old Fond du Lac resident Joe Guyette, having dedicated 40 years of his career to mentoring kids, both in the classroom and on the sports field. He is well-known in the Fond du Lac community with his many years of contributions at St. Mary Springs High School, and the past 20 years at Fond du Lac High School.
For most patients who require a typical total hip replacement, the process is arduous and the recovery long and painful. For patients of orthopedic surgeon Dr. David Jones of Community Health Network, much of the discomfort is alleviated through an anterior approach hip replacement using Computer Assisted Surgery (CAS). As only one of three surgeons in the state of Wisconsin currently performing anterior hip replacement, Jones is able to offer his patients shortened recovery time and less pain.
Physicians Plus Insurance Corporation of Madison, WI, has recognized Community Health Network Medical Center-Montello as a top performing clinic in the area of Cervical Cancer Screening.
Community Health Network Nurse Practitioner Vicki Cross has just completed her recertification through the American Nursing Credentialing Center (ANCC).
Tune in to AM1600, WRPN, at 8:30am on the third Wednesday of each month to hear CHN’s own Dr. Paul Nelsen and other experts from our organization weigh in on the latest in healthcare. The radio program lasts for 30 minutes and highlights pertinent topics that CHN wants to inform the community about. If you miss the show, it is also available on the CHN website. Click on the CHN Podcasts tab, located on the left side of each webpage. The November show featured Dr. Christina Calvello, OB/GYN, and Dr. Joe Longo who shared excellent information about women’s health.
Oshkosh native Lynn Kleman has joined the Community Network Health family as the Executive Director of the CHN Foundation.
The Family Birth Center at Berlin Memorial Hospital will be holding a Newborn Care Class on Tuesday November 30, 2010 from 7:00pm until 9:00pm in the Lower Level Meeting Room of the Hospital. The class will teach normal newborn care, as well as help prepare parents with what to expect from birth to discharge. If interested, please call the Family Birth Center at 361-5521 to reserve your spot. There is a $10 fee, and beverages are provided.
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