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LEGENDARY HEALTHCARE

Nurse took ‘trip of lifetime’ after torn meniscus

With the help of JRMC Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Timothy Volk, Penny Briese walked without crutches the day after surgery on a torn meniscus and hiked Africa.
Posted On November 9, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Nurse took ‘trip of lifetime’ after torn meniscus

One nurse instructor said she couldn’t have hiked with her students in Africa without the care of her medical team. Penny Briese, Edgeley, serves as Assistant Professor and SIM/Lab Coordinator at the read more

The survival rate of testicular cancer is greater than 95%. Yet, that wasn’t the case with Tom Boerger received his diagnosis in 1993. (701) 952-4878.
Posted On November 6, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Tom Boerger shares testicular cancer journey

Testicular cancer treatment has changed over time. Today, the survival rate of testicular cancer is greater than 95%. Yet, that wasn’t the case with Tom Boerger received his diagnosis in 1993. Back

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Pastor Shawn Bowman, of Victory Lutheran Church, recommends JRMC Orthopedics and Emergency Department after fall off ladder shatters wrist and breaks back.
Posted On October 4, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Jamestown pastor: “Fargo and Bismarck people should travel here for care”

God works in mysterious ways. For one Jamestown pastor, the Lord is speaking to him through broken bones and a shattered wrist. [maxbutton id="11" ] On the morning of July 29, the read more

JRMC Rehabilitation offers a Liko Lift system to help those with mobility difficulties, like Sue Goehring, be able to walk again.
Posted On September 28, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Patients ‘like-o’ it: Liko Lift helps woman maintain strength at JRMC

Life isn’t the same for one retired elementary principal, however, for a few minutes each week, it’s close. Diagnosed with inclusion body myositis, a rare form of muscular dystrophy, Sue Goehring’s muscles progressively

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Kulm High School graduate and college student, Jasmine Rascon, is ready cross-country season after dislocating two joints in her left foot. Schedule direct: (701) 952-4878.
Posted On September 26, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

College student back on the track after season-ending injury

One college student is ready to race. Kulm High School graduate Jasmine Rascon is ready for cross-country season after an injury at prom sidelined her. [maxbutton id="5" ] The read more