Monthly Archives: October 2011

It’s kind of a big deal…

We are working on our Strategic Plan for fiscal year 2013 and it’s kind of a big deal so I thought I had better let you know about it.  The plan is still in DRAFT form and it hasn’t been … Continue reading

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Hero of Hope

Chrissy Wilson, of Clinton, and other cancer survivors and caregivers were honored by the American Cancer Society High Plains Division with the 2012 Hero of Hope Award. The award recognizes 27 cancer survivors and caregivers who have had exemplary involvement … Continue reading

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Look, it’s Superman…er I mean Supercommittee

Remember a few weeks ago when the government almost shut down.  If not for a last-minute compromise to identify a “Super Committee” charged with identifying spending cuts who knows where we’d be right now. Congress’ Joint Select Committee on Deficit … Continue reading

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You’re such a girl.

And because you are a girl, October 27 was designed with you in mind! Where can you go to pick the mind of a Cardiologist, General Surgeon, Orthopedic Surgeon, Family Practice Physician, and an OB/GYN all in one place?  The … Continue reading

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Cardiac Queens

A couple of weeks ago our Cardiac Rehab Staff received a letter of thanks and a donation to the GVMH Foundation from a patient who had recently graduated from the Cardiac Rehab Program. Here’s a copy of the letter: The girls that … Continue reading

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Who’s going to elect the next President of the United States?

It just might be the Supreme Court. The 2012 Presidential Election is about to hit full stride and it should come as no surprise to anyone that one of the key themes will be Health Care Reform and the controversial … Continue reading

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Come Home!

Homecoming turns 100. As many of you know I’m an Alum of the University of Missouri.  I continue to be very involved with activities at the University, I serve on the School of Health Professions Alumni Board and I was … Continue reading

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