Agnesian HealthCare welcomes psychiatrist Kari Malwitz, MD, to its Behavioral Health Services at 430 E. Division Street, Fond du Lac. She will care for individuals within the St. Agnes Hospital inpatient behavioral health services unit.
For the past three years, Lil Sears, of Green Lake, has been providing companionship to patients and families being served by Agnesian HealthCare’s Hospice Hope program. She also helps by making medication deliveries as needed and attending 11th hour vigils.
Nearly everyone will experience low back pain at some point in life – it’s one of the top reasons people seek medical treatment. The good news is chronic low back pain is one of the conditions that research suggests integrative medicine may be an effective treatment tool.
Agnesian HealthCare welcomes Bre Anna Nagle, MD, a family medicine physician, to the Fond du Lac Regional Clinic, 608 W. Brown Street, Waupun. She is now accepting new patients.
The public is invited to a jewelry sale by PTK Sales on Thursday, September 28 and Friday, September 29 in Agnesian HealthCare’s lobby concourse, 430 E. Division Street, Fond du Lac.
Agnesian HealthCare’s seasonal flu clinics are open to anyone interested in receiving a flu vaccination.
Change. How can it be that one simple word can cause such fear and unease in people? Change is good, right? I mean, isn’t that what we are told?
First Place 4 Health (FP4H) is a Bible study that focuses on building your faith, and in the process, releasing weight. This Christ-centered program includes prayer, scripture memory and a small group Bible study.
The Waupun Memorial Hospital (WMH) Gift Shop Scholarship Committee has awarded five $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors and continuing college students who are pursuing a career in medical-related fields.
This year, recipients include:
Genetic testing is done through a blood or saliva sample in the clinic. This sample identifies specific inherited changes (mutations) in a person’s chromosomes to help detect increased risk of certain cancers. Genetic mutations can have beneficial, harmful, or no effect on health.