Seven Ministry Health Care facilities have earned Quality Respiratory Care Recognition (QRCR) under a national program aimed at helping patients and families make informed decisions about the quality of the respiratory care services available in hospitals.
Making the decision to become and organ or tissue donor is not easy. Being a donor isn’t right for everyone, but it can make a difference. Currently more than 120-thousand people are on the national transplant waiting list with more than 2, 000 of those living in Wisconsin.
For many years the Ministry Good Samaritan Health Center Volunteers have supported educational opportunities for staff as the result of proceeds from the Hospital Gift Shop in Merrill.
On average Americans eat or drink about 152 pounds of sugar each year.
Members of the Lincoln County Oral Health Coalition hope that by promoting good oral health habits to elementary school students, they will reduce the amount of cavities and lay the groundwork for good health later in life.
Patients in need of a Computed Tomography scan (CT) at Ministry Good Samaritan Health Center in Merrill will soon receive the service more quickly and efficiently, thanks to an equipment upgrade.
MERRILL, WI- The Parisi Speed School powered by Riverside Athletic Club, Merrill has been named the 2013 Winner of the Community Involvement Award by Parisi Franchise Systems, parent company of Parisi Speed Schools.