For the safety of our patients, employees and community, Clay County Medical Center is limiting visitors during the flu season.
This year for the Piotique Parade, Clay County Medical Center went with a LEGO themed float. To start off, a LEGO making party for employees and their family members was held in the Education Centers.
A.P.E. (Athletic Performance Enhancement) Class was developed to encourage and motivate athletes of all ages and skill levels to achieve their athletic potential through participation in a comprehensive, scientifically based performance program.
Eighty-six, fifth-grade students from Garfield Grade School, were the latest to participate in a school year end tour. Children touring the hospital were able to observe the Decontamination Tent being set up.
Suzanne M. Holzworth creates limited edition prints with the use of power tools and an etching press. This artwork display was created for a show at Graham Gallery in Hastings, Nebraska in 2007.
The Cardiac Rehab Department offered free blood pressure checks this morning in front of the Mark A. Chapman Wellness Center. Today they also encourage people to wear red to support women living longer, stronger lives.