Fort Memorial Hospital
611 Sherman Avenue East
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
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Fort HealthCare Johnson Creek Offering Free Blood Pressure Screening Day

The Fort HealthCare Johnson Creek Clinic is hosting a free blood pressure screening day on Wednesday, September 25 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the clinic. The clinic is located on the lower level of the building at 400 Doctors Court, off of Highway 26 near Menards. Registration is not required, and new patients are encouraged to attend.

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Fort HealthCare Frosty Rock Challenge slated for November 16

The inaugural Fort HealthCare Frosty Rock Challenge 5k &12k will be held on Saturday, November 16. Beginning at the Fort HealthCare Therapy & Sport Center in Fort Atkinson, participants will have a choice between a 5k road course run or walk and a 12k mixed course run. The 12k race commences at 9:00 AM and is followed by the start of the 5k at 9:15 AM. Registration begins at 7:30 AM.

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Movin' and Losin' Program Helps Families Improve Health and Well-Being

Fort HealthCare clinicians have developed Movin’ and Losin’, a new family-based wellness program that targets weight, nutrition and activity in both children (ages 8-15) and parents.

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Fort HealthCare Participates in Lake Mills Fitness Day

Fort HealthCare will participate in the Lake Mills family fitness day on Sunday, September 8 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The free event will be held in Commons Park and will highlight various businesses, vendors and organizations that help promote the health and wellness of the community.

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Wound & Edema Center, Johnson Creek, Appoints Program Director

Fort HealthCare has named Bridget Thomas, MAPR, MAC, as the program director of the Wound & Edema Center in Johnson Creek. Thomas joined Fort HealthCare in 2009 as a marketing specialist and has been responsible for marketing the clinic’s services since that time.

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Jefferson High volleyball team raises funds for free mammograms

Every year the Jefferson High School volleyball team dedicates a home game to the 'Pink' cause. This year's 'PINK' game is scheduled for Tuesday, October 1, with Varsity play starting at 6:30 PM. Every dollar made that night - concessions, t-shirt sales, 50/50 raffles and more - goes toward a breast cancer related cause. As was true last year, monies raised will be donated to the Fort HealthCare mammogram voucher program, a service that provides free mammograms for under- and uninsured women.

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Second Annual Health Summit Advances Community Wellness

On August 21, Fort HealthCare hosted the second annual Healthy Community Summit at Fort Atkinson High School. Over 80 guests participated in the event, a meeting for health-minded members of the community and key influencers in population health management and positive health as well as wellness policy change.

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Fort HealthCare sponsorship promotes early learning through art

A grant from Fort HealthCare helped to complete the funding needs of a VSA Wisconsin Early Childhood program recently offered at Jefferson County Head Start, 415 South 8th Street, Watertown. The VSA Wisconsin Early Childhood-Healthy Foundations program brings teaching artists into early learning center classrooms for a 10-week period and uses dance, drama, creative writing, music, and visual arts to prepare children with disabilities for the typical school environment.

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Geoffrey Smith, DO achieves certified wound specialist status

Geoffrey Smith, DO of the Fort HealthCare Wound & Edema Center, has recently been awarded the status of Certified Wound Specialist (CWS) by the American Board of Wound Management. The CWS board certification is a formal recognition of a master level knowledge and specialty practice in wound management.

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School Nurses Urge Parents to Schedule Back-to-School Vaccinations

Due to changes in federal funding, public health departments are no longer able to administer vaccines to children and adults with private health insurance. Parents need to determine now if their private health insurance covers immunizations, and if so, should have their children immunized by their private health care provider.

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