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LEGENDARY HEALTHCARE

JRMC welcomes Dr. Robert McMillan

JRMC welcomes Sanford Health General Surgeon, Dr. Robert McMillan, to the Jamestown medical community. Dr. McMillan offers a wide scope of skills.
Posted On October 23, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

JRMC welcomes Dr. Robert McMillan

Jamestown Regional Medical Center is proud to welcome Dr. Robert McMillan to the Jamestown medical community. The general surgeon joined Sanford Health – Jamestown in the summer of 2019. Dr. McMillan performs

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JRMC welcomes Sanford Health Family Medicine Physician, Dr. Thomas Erickson, to the Jamestown medical community. He has additional training in obstetrics.
Posted On October 14, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

JRMC welcomes Dr. Thomas Erickson

Jamestown Regional Medical Center is proud to welcome Dr. Thomas Erickson to the Jamestown medical community. Sanford Health Family Medicine Physician, Dr. Thomas Erickson, joined Sanford Health – Jamestown in the summer of

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GROWvember is the perfect time to get up and go see a urologist regarding men's health. Schedule direct with JRMC Urologist, Dr. Bates, at (701) 952-4878.
Posted On October 10, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Man up during GROWvember for men’s health

Men’s health below the belt can make a person squeamish, but ignoring symptoms throughout the year - especially during GROWvember- can have a devastating effect. [maxbutton id="20" ]

“Silence can be our worst enemy.

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JRMC Urologist, Dr. Robert J. Bates shares signs and symptoms of prostate cancer.
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4 signs of prostate cancer

Low flow? Burning sensation? Frequent urination? These can be symptoms of prostate tumors. [maxbutton id="20" ]

“Prostate enlargement is almost universal in men beyond the age of 55 or 60,” shared JRMC Urologist,

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JRMC Urologist, Dr. Robert J. Bates shares signs and symptoms of testicular cancer.
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3 signs of testicular cancer

Testicular cancer is a sensitive subject. Testicular cancer is not common but is most frequently found in men between the ages of 15 and 30. It is easily diagnosed, highly treatable and is

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