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Plan Ahead to Get Your Child Vaccinated for COVID-19 Before School Starts

Summer is a time for relaxing, participating in fun activities, enjoying the outdoors, and spending time with family and friends. This year, an important item to add to your summer to-do list is taking your kids to get the COVID-19 vaccine. In May, the FDA approved the Pfizer vaccine for kids ages 12 and older. […]

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  1. Getting a Grip: Innovative Wide-Awake Surgery for Treating Hand and Wrist Conditions

    Getting a Grip: Innovative Wide-Awake Surgery for Treating Hand and Wrist Conditions

    An innovative hand surgery at Olathe Medical Center (OMC) has doctors and patients alike, giving the procedure two thumbs up. Patients like Susan Clifford of Shawnee, who had suffered from pain and numbness in her hands for years due to carpal tunnel syndrome. “While driving, my hands would go numb, affecting my ability even to […]

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  2. Three Ways to Support a Healthy Breastfeeding Experience

    Three Ways to Support a Healthy Breastfeeding Experience

    You have a lot on your mind during pregnancy, and breastfeeding may not be at the top of the list. However, lactation consultants at Olathe Medical Center suggest researching and planning for breastfeeding as early as 16 weeks. Here are a few things to help you achieve breastfeeding success. First, it’s important to know the […]

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  3. Meet Jessica Brunkhorst, MD

    Meet Jessica Brunkhorst, MD

    Jessica Brunkhorst, MD, will serve as the medical director for Olathe Medical Center’s NICU. Dr. Brunkhorst is a neonatologist at Children’s Mercy and assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, School of Medicine.

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  4. Letter to the Community from Stan Holm

    Letter to the Community from Stan Holm

    Olathe Health is prepared and managing the coronavirus crisis at the current rate, while also planning for the possible influx of patients. We must all work together to keep people healthy and safe, as we move forward to better days

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  5. Cindy Moore is the Jan./Feb. Outstanding Associate

    Cindy Moore is the Jan./Feb. Outstanding Associate

    Congratulations to Cindy Moore for being chosen as an Outstanding Associate of 2020!

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  6. Olathe Health Homegrown – Marisa Cunning, RN, BSN

    Olathe Health Homegrown – Marisa Cunning, RN, BSN

    The Homegrown series features associates who have shown immense dedication to their own growth, as well as to Olathe Health. Meet Marisa Cunning, RN, BSN, who started at Miami County Medical Center as a nursing technician.

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  7. Brandon Fry Chosen as First Frank H. Devocelle Legacy Award Winner

    Brandon Fry Chosen as First Frank H. Devocelle Legacy Award Winner

    Congratulations to Brandon Fry, RN, BSN, robotics coordinator at OMC, for receiving the 2019 Frank H. Devocelle Legacy Award.

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  8. Make Your New Year’s Resolution to Quit Smoking

    Make Your New Year’s Resolution to Quit Smoking

    This year, tackle one of the biggest hurdles to your health. Quit smoking. Nurse Navigator Jeni Wakefield offers tips to help you keep your resolution and achieve your goal of quitting.

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  9. 5 Healthy Habits to Fight Cold and Flu Season

    5 Healthy Habits to Fight Cold and Flu Season

    It’s that time of year where germs are just getting passed around at schools and public places. Here are some tips to keep the germs away.

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  10. Branden Chung is the Nov./Dec. Outstanding Associate

    Branden Chung is the Nov./Dec. Outstanding Associate

    Congratulations to Branden Chung for being chosen as an Outstanding Associate of 2019!

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