The JRMC Cancer Center Journey to Mile 256: a Private Debut is set for Thursday, September 27th at the JRMC Cancer Center shell space at JRMC. The event is a formal gala including meal, entertainment, raffles and live auction. Tickets are $50-$100. Seating is limited to 200 individuals.
Brunch Out Cancer, a JRMC Cancer Center open house, is set for Sunday, September 30th. The event is open to the public from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and includes light brunch and small tours.
Each year, the proposed JRMC Cancer Center will provide chemotherapy infusions for more than 100 Jamestown area residents. This will eliminate more than 160,000 miles of travel per year. The hospital is asking for the community’s support as it continues to recruit an oncologist and raise the money to offer the service. JRMC Foundation has already raised $1.2 million of its $1.5 million goal for capital expenses.
Beyond the initial capital expense, the JRMC Foundation will continue raising funds for regular operating expenses.
We invite you to a candlelight service for families and loved ones affected by infant loss from miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death in and around the Jamestown area. In honor of your baby, we want to
invite you to be a part of this intimate service to light a candle.
In 1988, the month of October was proclaimed as National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month. Oct. 15 has been recognized as National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. This day
allows families and friends to honor their babies who died. International Wave of Light ceremonies are held at 7 p.m. local time in all time zones. Participants are asked to burn their candles for at least one
hour, resulting in a continuous chain of lighted candles throughout the globe on this day. To kick off the candlelight ceremony, a short walk and balloon release is set for 6:30 p.m.
Refreshments and fellowship will follow the ceremony.
Together, JRMC, JRMC Foundation, Central Valley Health and ND Women’s Way have partnered to eliminate barriers to allow you to receive the care you need. JRMC Foundation and Women’s Way pay for mammograms, pap tests and advanced screening technology for uninsured and underinsured women in the region. The exams are paid for by the annual R.M. Stoudt Running of the Pink 5/10K walk and run each June and other special events.
We want women to find breast and cervical cancer early. It can mean the difference between having a lumpectomy and a mastectomy, needing chemotherapy or not, and having radiation or no radiation.
Please call JRMC at (701) 952-5348 and ask about the No Excuses program. From there, our staff will help coordinate your care.