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  • Have Fun and Stay Healthy at the Fair!

    posted by Colette Rossiter on Friday, September 10, 2021 Are you planning a visit to the Clay County Fair? Clay County Public Health Director, Colette Rossiter, talks about hand hygiene and other important health and safety tips to make sure you and your family can enjoy the fair.

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  • Experienced Spine Surgeon Promotes ‘Feet First' When Entering Lakes, Rivers

    posted by Dr. Daniel McGuire on Tuesday, May 25, 2021 Spine surgeon Dr. Daniel McGuire has treated numerous neck and spine injuries which occurred when someone dived into too shallow water. He writes: "I want everyone to remember these words when jumping into water: Feet first, especially the first time. If my words could save just one person from a broken neck, I'd be grateful.

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  • April is National Donate Life Month

    posted on Thursday, April 22, 2021 National Donate Life Month is celebrated every April to educate and encourage Americans to register as donors and consider living donation, as well as to celebrate those who have saved and healed lives through the gift of donation.

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  • Virtual Family Fest 2021; Spencer Hospital Coloring Pages

    posted on Thursday, February 25, 2021 Family Fest, a community event that typically takes place annually on the first Saturday in March at the Clay County Fairgrounds Events Center, has decided to go virtual this year in order to keep our community safe from the further spread of COVID-19. Virtual Family Fest will take place from March 1st - 6th as a Facebook event. In this blog, you can find coloring pages that you can print off from Spencer Hospital.

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  • Insight Into Hospice Care and Services Offered for Alzheimer's Patients

    posted by Alana Kliegl on Monday, September 21, 2020 Although hospice services are often utilized by people with a cancer diagnosis, hospice services are also readily available to anyone who, if determined by a physician, is predicted to have a life expectancy of 6 months or less, if the disease were to run its normal course. This means hospice services can be a wonderful benefit for anyone.

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