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Saddling Up: One Patient's Healthcare Journey During Uncertain Times

When COVID-19 began spreading in the community, pulmonology patient Dorman Marler was nervous to come for his routine appointments. His confidence in his care team gave him the comfort he needed to continue receiving his life-saving, routine care.

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  1. Melonie Godbold is the Sept./Oct. Outstanding Associate

    Melonie Godbold is the Sept./Oct. Outstanding Associate

    Congratulations to Melonie Godbold for being chosen as an Outstanding Associate of 2019!

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  2. His and Hers Hernia Surgery

    His and Hers Hernia Surgery

    It wasn’t the ideal start to 2019. Barb Peine had hernia surgery, and two months later her husband, Joe, underwent his own hernia surgery.

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  3. Breathing Easier after Pediatric ENT Surgery at OMC

    Breathing Easier after Pediatric ENT Surgery at OMC

    When Whitley Zahn was 18 months old, she started attending daycare. In the months that followed, she began to develop recurrent ear infections. Her pediatrician treated her with antibiotics, but the infections would inevitably return.

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  4. Rotator Cuff Repair Alleviates Chronic Shoulder Pain

    Rotator Cuff Repair Alleviates Chronic Shoulder Pain

    As a former roofer, Dennis Ward is used to feeling some aches and pains in his body. But when a recurring pain in his left shoulder wouldn’t go away, he decided it was time to do something about it.

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  5. New Provider Joins Miami County Surgical Associates

    New Provider Joins Miami County Surgical Associates

    Matthew Sherman, PA-C, is now providing general surgery care in Paola.

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  6. Moving Forward After a Total Hip Replacement

    Moving Forward After a Total Hip Replacement

    Hip pain and joint replacement surgery were pretty familiar to Steve Coons, even before his own hip started bothering him. He’d watched his father and his brother have hip replacement surgeries, so when Steve’s pain grew so unbearable that it began to disrupt his daily activities and sleep, he knew it was time to talk to the doctor.

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  7. The Facts About Flu

    The Facts About Flu

    The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends everyone six months of age and older get a flu shot. Have questions? Pediatrician Elizabeth Musil, MD, answers the most common questions about the flu and flu vaccine.

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  8. Radiation Therapy Reduces Treatment Time, Gets Principal Back to School

    Radiation Therapy Reduces Treatment Time, Gets Principal Back to School

    Olathe elementary school principal, Kim Thorup, was diagnosed with breast cancer on May 2. Because of a radiation treatment new to Olathe Health Cancer Center, she’s healed and back in her office in time for the first day of school just three months later.

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  9. Stress Relief for Students

    Stress Relief for Students

    For kids heading back to school, it can be an exciting time, and also a little scary. With so many unknowns, children can experience added stress. We’re here to help!

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  10. Brooke Browning is the May/June Outstanding Associate

    Brooke Browning is the May/June Outstanding Associate

    Congratulations to Brooke Browning, RN, for being chosen as an Outstanding Associate of 2019!

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