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Dr. Michael Whitters Delivers Last Baby of His Career

On Sunday, June 18, 2017, Dr. Michael Whitters delivered the last baby of his medical career with the birth of Charles Jayy Harrah. Baby Charles, the son of Waylinn Rosenbaum and Joe Harrah, was born at 4:38 am, weighed 7 lbs 11.8 oz, and was 20” long. “We just feel...
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Rehab Department Receives Donation from Johnson Family

Donna Johnson’s husband, Alfred, was a long time Cardiac Rehab patient at Iowa Specialty Hospital in Clarion. He became very close to not only staff, but many of the patients as he was always willing to share his experiences to give someone else a boost after their cardiac events; and...
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Common Men’s Health Issues & How to Prevent Them

Women are more likely to visit the doctor than men and women live five years longer than men. We want the fellas to catch up and change this behavior by educating men about the importance of preventative healthcare during Men's Health Week June 12 - 18.

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Schedule Early, Scramble Less

School is out and the last thing you want to think about is fall, but now is the time to plan ahead and schedule your children’s annual required physicals and any physicals needed for sports participation.

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Receives the 2017 Women’s Choice Award® as one of America’s Best Hospitals for Patient Experience, Patient Safety & Bariatric Surgery

Awards recognize safe surgery practices and lower rates for complications and infections Iowa Specialty Hospital has been named one of America’s Best Hospitals for Patient Experience, Patient Safety and Bariatric Surgery by the Women’s Choice Award®. These awards signify that Iowa Specialty Hospital is ranked 12th out of 1,283 hospitals...
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New Meningococcal Vaccine Requirements

The State of Iowa has updated their requirements for the meningococcal vaccine beginning this fall for the 2017-2018 school year. Learn if and when your child will need to receive this vaccination.

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Iowa Specialty Hospitals & Clinics Receives Diabetes Reaccreditation

Iowa Specialty Hospitals & Clinics has recently renewed its status as an accredited diabetes education program by the American Association of Diabetes Educators(AADE). This allows residents in and around Wright County increased access to critical diabetes education services. Diabetes education as a collaborative process through which people with or at...
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What You Need to Know: Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis, also known as "wear and tear" arthritis, is a progressive disease of the joints. It is the most common type of arthritis and mostly affects the cartilage of the joints that provide us “cushioning”.

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Ablation May Be Your Solution to Abnormal Bleeding

For many pre-menopausal women in their 30s or 40s, heavy menstrual bleeding or abnormal bleeding is not uncommon. Heavy bleeding and severe blood loss is a big concern that should not be ignored. Studies have shown it can significantly affect women socially, physically and emotionally.

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