Amber Kocher is a busy woman, just like many women her age. She works full time, is a mother, step-mother, grandmother and wife. She is also a survivor. Nearly three years ago, she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Carle Richland Memorial Hospital and Health Alliance are collaborating during the Annual Enrollment Period for Medicare Advantage (October 15-December 7) with some co-branded messages to help people learn more about their Medicare options.
One Sunday afternoon, Whitney Barnett started experiencing pain in her lower sternum. She had suspected something was going on with her heart, because at unexplained times, it would beat very quickly. When the pain didn’t subside, the Olney woman went to the Emergency Department (ED). With a diagnosis of tachycardia, Whitney is thankful to know that Cardiology services are now available full-time in her hometown.
The Auxiliary of Carle Richland Memorial Hospital recently contributed $20,000 to purchase two EKG Monitors.
After angler and Olney resident Guss McCoy experienced chest pains back in June, his primary care provider referred him to an important new specialist at Carle Richland Memorial Hospital.
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