(Merrill, WI.) – Ministry Good Samaritan Health Center has begun offering InstyMeds, a fully automated ATM-style machine that dispenses acute prescription medications directly to patients immediately before leaving the emergency department. The system offers a safe, convenient way for patients to receive their prescription medications.
The first session of the Strong Women Healthy Hearts program in Merrill is in the books.
A collaborative program between UW Extension-Lincoln County and Ministry Good Samaritan Health Center, Healthy Hearts is a cardiovascular disease prevention program that aims to help reduce the risk of heart disease through fitness and nutrition education. The program is also designed to help with weight control.
There are many different types of cancer and stages at diagnosis.
How it affects people and the treatment options available varies as much as people are willing to use the resources available to them in an urban city like Madison or Milwaukee or a rural community like Merrill.
Ministry Good Samaritan Health Center will Celebrate Mass in its newly refurbished Chapel on Sunday, April, 21.
The transition in age for young girls can be difficult, especially in today’s society with information often just a click away on a computer or a variety of television channels.
Ministry Good Samaritan Health Center, Merrill was recently named one of the iVantage HealthStrong™ Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals (CAH) in the United States.
For patient’s at Ministry Good Samaritan Health Center and Ministry Medical Group’s Primary Care Clinic in Merrill, being asked your name and date of birth is a normal every day practice that ensures you’re receiving the correct care 100% of the time.
Ministry Health Care is pleased to welcome Jane Bentz as the new Director of the Foundation and Community Outreach at Ministry Good Samaritan Health Center, Merrill.