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  • Kidney Health Topic of Aug. 29 Great River Medical Center Program

    Learn about kidney health and problems at Great River Medical Center’s next Healthy U class. The program for women and men will be at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 29, in the Blackhawk Room at Wellness Plaza, 1401 W. Agency Rd., West Burlington, IA. It will be presented by nurse practitioner Susan Brown, Nephrology-Great River Medical Center. The kidneys are like a city’s water treatment ...

  • Great River Medical Center to Host Welcome to Medicare Seminar

    The Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) will present a Welcome to Medicare seminar from 9 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 27, in the Oak Room at Great River Medical Center, 1221 S. Gear Ave., West Burlington. The two-hour seminar will cover Medicare Parts A and B benefits, prescription drug benefits (Part D), Medicare Advantage plans and Medicare supplement insurance. The reservation ...

  • New Foundation Pledges Support for Fort Madison Trails

    The GRHS-FMCH Community Health Foundation has pledged to provide up to $1.5 million to Promoting Outdoor Recreational Trails (P.O.R.T.) of Fort Madison for the construction of a trail connecting to Rodeo Park in Fort Madison. The route will be determined after a survey is completed. This announcement comes on the first anniversary of the affiliation agreement between Fort Madison Community ...

  • Balance Class Begins Aug. 6 at Great River Medical Center

    A nationally recognized program that helps people reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels begins Tuesday, Aug. 6. Classes in the eight-week session will be from 10 to noon at Great River Health Fitness, 1401 W. Agency Rd., West Burlington. Participants learn to: View falls as controllable Set goals for increasing activity Make changes to reduce fall risks at home Exercise to ...

  • Great River Medical Center Offers Diabetes Classes in July

    Great River Diabetes Education offers four-week group diabetes classes every month. The July class will meet from 10 am. to noon Thursdays beginning July 11. Group diabetes classes are for people newly diagnosed, making a change in treatment, or having complications or concerns. A physician referral for diabetes education is required. Class topics include: Proper eating for diabetes Managing blood ...

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