School is out, vacations are booked and warm weather is right around the corner. Because we care about your health and safety, Dr. Crable, from Medical Associates of Grantsville has put together a list of tips for a safe and happy summer.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Patients in the Oakland, Md., region who once had to travel out of town or even out of state for heart and vascular services can now be seen close to home by experts from the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute, thanks to the affiliation with Garrett Regional Medical Center.
Garrett Regional Medical Center, a proud affiliate of WVU Medicine, will celebrate National Cancer Survivors Day in conjunction with the naming dedication of the James and Shirley Bailey Regional Cancer Center on June 2nd. National Cancer Survivors Day is an event to celebrate life and a gathering to honor and support those who have been touched by cancer. Hospital staff and community members will join cancer survivors and their families for a bell ringing ceremony as well as a ribbon cutting honoring the generous donation of James and Shirley Bailey, for whom the Cancer Center is named. The celebrations start at 9:00 am in the main lobby of the hospital. Attendees will be treated to coffee and doughnuts by Bill Meagher, owner of Deep Creek Doughnuts.
Fourth grade student, Navaeh Fisher, is doing her part to “Be the Change” in her community. Navaeh is a student at Broadford Elementary and recently completed a yearlong project called “Be the Change”. The project challenged students to invoke meaningful change in their family, community, state or world. Navaeh chose to create a children’s area in the waiting room of the Garrett Regional Medical Center’s emergency department. She felt that providing a fun area for children would help alleviate any nervousness or boredom that is often felt in a medical waiting area.
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