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Winona Health - Healthy Connections Summer 2007

Winona Health - Healthy Connections Summer 2007

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Summer 2007
 Personal care eases path to parenthood  Incentive for change: Beating the Metabolic Syndrome Explore Assisted Living options After active duty: Easing the transition
 
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Healthy Connections
~
Summer 2007
 Healthy Connections
is published by Winona Health to provide you withinformation about health, wellness andthe many resources available to you,close to home. Sending you
 HealthyConnections
is just one example of how we’re working to fulfill our mission of 
improving the health and well-being of our family, friends and neighbors.
We welcome your questions, suggestionsor comments about Winona Healthand this publication. Please visit
winonahealth.org 
and click on
ContactUs
 or call
 Winona Health Marketing/Public Relations
at 507.474.3328.If you no longer wish to receive
 HealthyConnections
, please call 507.474.3328 orsend an e-mail, noting your address as itappears on the back of the publication,to
krwalters@winonahealth.org 
.
Welcome to
 Healthy Connections
From the President/CEO
A
ccess to high quality healthcare for allis on everyone’s mind with new optionsemerging all around us. Our mission, “WinonaHealth is devoted to improving the health andwell-being of our family, friends and neighbors,guides us as work to meet your healthcare needs.In October 2005, Winona Health openeda weekend Urgent Care Clinic in responseto the many requests from our community for this service. This clinic has proven to bea needed and valuable option—and yet therequests continue. Thus, in response, WH willexpand Urgent Care service and relocate it toaccommodate this change. Our goal is to open the Urgent Care Clinic in itsnew location at 420 Sarnia Street (the former Winona Clinic building) in mid-September. It will be open seven days a week with day and evening hours.We also will move our Outpatient Rehabilitation Services (physical,occupational and speech therapy) to the same location. With enhancedspace, parking and access, we will be better able to meet the growingdemands for these services as well. Some of the key services provided by these talented therapists include treatment for lymphedema, work injury management, rehabilitation, sports medicine and therapeutic massage.Other services that will be located in the newly remodeled buildinginclude the Winona Health Allergy & Asthma Clinic with Dr. Terry Donnal and Periodontal Specialists, a private practice operated by Anthony Michelich, DDS.We are excited to expand these healthcare services in response tocommunity requests, and we are pleased to work with Schwab Company on remodeling this space.I look forward to hearing your ideas and suggestions on how we canfurther meet your healthcare needs.Enjoy a safe and healthy summer!Rachelle H. SchultzPresident/CEO
Rachelle H. Schultz
In this issue...
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From the President/CEO
3
Urgent Care Clinic to increasehours this fall
4
Beating the Metabolic Syndrome
6
Explore Assisted Living options
7
After active duty: easing thetransition
8
Along the path to parenthood
10
KidsHealth: Summer safety 
12
News and notes
14
Foundation & Auxiliary news
15
Winona Health directory 
16
Events
On the cover:
On the cover: Samantha,Jake and Nora Wagner with Amparo“Tweety” Oevering, RN, and Laurel Kruse,RN, from Community Memorial Hospital’sFamily Birth Center.
 
Healthy Connections
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Summer 2007
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UrgentCareexpandinghoursatnewlocation
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his fall, Winona Health will move its Urgent Care Clinicto 420 E. Sarnia and expand service from weekends-only to seven-days-per-week. The building, which is the formerWinona Clinic building, will be called Winona HealthSarnia Square.“We’re looking forward to offering urgent care on a daily basis. Our weekend Urgent Care Clinic was well received,and we’ve had frequent requests for this service during theweek,” said Rachelle Schultz, Winona Health president/CEO.A part-time medical director, physician assistants and nursepractitioners will staff the Urgent Care Clinic.Other services moving to Sarnia Square include theWinona Health Allergy & Asthma Clinic, OccupationalHealth and Outpatient Rehabilitation Services. The CardiacRehabilitation program, however, will remain on the hospitalcampus. In addition, some Winona Health support services,including the Accounting Department and Business Office,will move into the remodeled facility.Winona Health also will lease space in the remodeledbuilding to Dr. Anthony Michelich of Periodontal Specialists.Dr. Michelich has been providing periodontal services in thecommunity for more than 20 years.Until Urgent Care opens in its new location, it willmaintain weekend hours in the Parkview Office Buildingat 825 Mankato Avenue. Hours are Saturdays noon until8 p.m. and Sundays 10 a.m. until 7 p.m.
For more information about Winona Health and itsaffiliates and services, visit
winonahealth.org,
or call507.454.3650.
FutureHealthcareProvider SitesFutureHealthcareProvider SitesRehabilitationServicesUrgent CareClinicPeriodontalSpecialists,P.A.
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When should you use Urgent Care?
Urgent care is quick and convenient, and no appoint-ment is necessary. Urgent care services are appropriatefor injuries and conditions for which you’d normally contact your primary care physician, including:• Earaches• Sore throats• Possible sinus infections• Bites and skin rashes• Minor injuriesIf your situation is an emergency, the Emergency Department at Community Memorial Hospital isalways open.

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