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LEGENDARY HEALTHCARE

No Excuses: 3D mammograms available Saturday, Oct. 26

Taking time off work is often a barrier to care.That’s why JRMC is offering a special No Excuses event on Saturday, Oct. 26. Schedule at (701) 952-5348.
Posted On October 3, 2019 / Posted in Events

No Excuses: 3D mammograms available Saturday, Oct. 26

Taking time off work is often a barrier to care, especially for women charged with both professional and domestic duties. That’s why Jamestown Regional Medical Center is offering a special Saturday No

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As part of women's health month, JRMC has set dates for women to receive 3D mammograms, pap tests and cervical screenings during No Excuses on Nov. 5 and 8.
Posted On September 29, 2019 / Posted in Events

No Excuses for women’s health

Sometimes, we are our own barrier to care. (more…)

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No Excuses not to check your breasts. Experts recommend women age 40 and over receive regular mammograms. Schedule 3D mammograms direct: (701) 952-4852
Posted On September 20, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

No Excuses not to check your breasts

Both men and women have two. But it’s women with a one in eight chance. According to Cancer Treatment Centers of America, one in eight women will develop invasive breast cancer during their

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Image of Linda Gutschmidt and her family. Linda shares her breast cancer journey that she recently ventured through.
Posted On October 18, 2018 / Posted in JRMC News

Breast cancer: the Linda Gutschmidt journey

Editor’s note: Cancer impacts everyone. And Linda was one of them. Linda Gutschmidt shares her cancer journey as part of Breast Cancer Awareness month. This is her story. These last few months

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JRMC Gynecologist & Obstetrician, Dr. Bailey Runkles, shares 9 common questions that most women ask their gynecologist.
Posted On October 15, 2018 / Posted in JRMC News

9 most common questions women ask their gynecologist

Is this normal? A gynecologist treats patients with female reproductive organs. The visit may be uncomfortable, but it’s important to a woman’s overall health. During any visit, speak openly and honestly of health

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