Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Woman

A blog topic I’ll never understand, just ask my wife, but March is Women’s History Month so let’s talk about the contributions of women in health care – a field that has benefited from their efforts and influence longer and more … Continue reading

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A $100 billion game changer

I almost forgot to share a very important, and potentially game changing, bit of news.  On February 16, 2011 The House Judiciary Committee voted to approve the HEALTH Act medical liability reform legislation and the measure to the House floor … Continue reading

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We need a few more health care workers

You know the state has high unemployment. But, did you know that there is a significant shortage of nurses, physical therapists and other health professionals in Missouri? Solving this economic problem involves creating opportunities that increase health care training programs … Continue reading

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Diabetes Walk Update

The Diabetes Walk just ended and I’m proud to announce that over $18,000.00 was raised. All of the money stays locally and helps to provide diabetes testing supplies, insulin, syringes, shoes, vision exams, diabetes education and other diabetes related care … Continue reading

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Slugerrr…

  The Kansas City Royals official mascot, Sluggerrr, will be coming to meet and greet fans at GVMH’s annual Diabetes Walk! This lovable lion has entertained millions of baseball fans at Kauffman Stadium and has made thousands of special appearances … Continue reading

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Helping those in “need”

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve talked with many of you about the tragedy in Japan.  Like many of you, I have wished there was something I could do to help.  I remember similar conversations just a few years … Continue reading

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The Long Goodbye

The Alzheimer’s Walk is coming to Clinton the first Saturday of May.  Read the story below to learn about one local persons experience with Alzheimer’s and how you can get involved and why you should get involved before April 1.  … Continue reading

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