Posts by Marcy Schueler

Buffalo Women’s Health Forums

Buffalo women's Health Forums

Don’t miss the monthly health forums.  They are held at the Johnson County Library in the meeting room from January through May.  The topics are interesting, and a speaker knowledgable of each subject is presenting each time.  Lunch is served, too! Call 684-6320 or email to  to make a reservation.  The lunch costs $7.00.

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Doctors give information about the VA skilled nursing facility.

Outside Picture of AHCC

On January 15, 2019, Dr. Alyse Williams, John Osse, Interim CEO, Mary Litzel, DON, and Brenda Gorm, DON travelled to Cheyenne to present this information to the Committee considering the placement of a long term skilled nursing facility for our Veterans. The following is a letter that was presented by Dr. Williams, which is also…

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Skin to Skin Bonding for Mothers and Babies at JCHC

Skin to Skin Bonding Right after Birth – Best for Mom and Baby Mothers and babies have a physiologic need to be together at the moment of birth and during the hours and days that follow. Keeping mothers and babies together is a safe and healthy birth practice. Evidence supports immediate, uninterrupted skin-to-skin care after…

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Cardiac Rehab Dept. Wins Regional Award

Award for great Cardiac Rehab at JCHC

Julia Bettinger recently was honored for her contribution to the Cardiopulmonary Wellness Dept. at JCHC. She has been involved in the Montana Cardiac Rehabilitation Outcomes Project that is sponsored by the Montana Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (MACVPR) and the Cardiovascular Health Program within the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.  This…

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Breast Cancer Awareness Article by Dr. Gregory Marino

September 26, 2018 Breast Cancer Awareness by Dr. Gregory Marino, Hematologist/Oncologist   JCHC October is breast cancer awareness month, and this new tradition has contributed greatly to the communities’ greater understanding of this disease, has lead to better screening participation and techniques, and has seen improvements in treatment and outcomes. Not A Single Disease While we…

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Suicide Crisis Resources

Suicide Prevention Resources  If you are in crisis, or you are worried about someone else, help is available right now. Here are some things to keep in mind when talking about or learning about suicide: Use caution when talking about suicide rates. While suicide rates are increasing, there is no epidemic of suicide. We do not want people…

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Same Day Healthcare Available in Johnson County!

Same Day Care is available at the FMC You can get into see a doctor on the same day that you call to seek care for non emergent things.  We have rearranged our scheduling and staffing to accomodate your needs.  Now, you can call at any time of the day, and find a doctor who…

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Dry Needling is Now Offered In Johnson County!

DRY NEEDLING At Johnson County Healthcare Center WHAT IS DRY NEEDLING? Trigger point dry needling is a physical therapy technique that decreases pain in your muscles. Our goal, as musculoskeletal specialists, is to restore normal muscle and joint function. The dry needling technique is used in conjunction with a comprehensive evaluation that complements other treatment…

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Gifts for Johnson County New Year’s Baby!

New Year’s Baby Celebration at JCHC All expectant parents want nothing more than the birth of a healthy, happy baby. But what if that birth happens to be the first birth after the New Year? Many hospitals world-wide recognize the birth of a New Year’s baby with a showering of gifts from local business as…

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