Upcoming JRMC U Topics

All JRMC Us are free and open to the public.

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Jamestown Regional Medical Center offers virtual and in-person learning opportunities throughout the year. Called JRMC Us, these events help individuals make informed choices about their health.

“We care about this community. If we can offer learning opportunities like this, people can find a home-based solution for their needs. If home remedies don’t work, individuals can at least know what treatment options are available,” said JRMC President & CEO Mike Delfs. “Missing work and life to see a doctor can be a challenge, so we want to remove as many barriers as we can.”

These learning opportunities are an important part of JRMC’s care delivery. Patient education help individuals understand the proper ways to self-manage care as well as how to avoid unnecessary trips to the hospital. These classes will help individuals make better choices for their health.


December JRMC U features joint replacement education

Jamestown Regional Medical Center (JRMC) is hosting its next JRMC U at Two Rivers Activity Center (TRAC) on Thursday, Dec. 7. JRMC Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Michael T. Dean will present information on when surgery is recommended, how JRMC guides you through the preparation and what to expect from the procedure and recovery.

JRMC U to map out causes for blood in urine

Hematuria is the medical term for blood in the urine. Blood in your urine can signal a urinary tract infection, kidney stones, bladder or kidney tumors or other medical conditions. Blood in your urine can indicate a serious health issue, so seeking medical attention is essential to determine the root cause.

JRMC U to discuss genetic screening for breast cancer risk

The adage is true: knowledge is power. October is breast health month and JRMC is dedicating the upcoming Oct. 12 JRMC U to sharing some empowering information.

Wound healing JRMC U set for Sept. 7

Timely access to specialized wound care is crucial.

Dizziness, vertigo JRMC U set for Aug. 17

Dizziness and vertigo impact the quality of life of an individual – as well as their family.

Surgery, supplements, topics of conversation at Bones, Joints & Arthritis JRMC U

“What over-the-counter medications can I try” and “When do I need a joint replacement surgery” were among the questions asked at the JRMC U: Bones, Joints & Arthritis class on June 15.