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JRMC hires new CEO

JRMC announced Mike Delfs as its new CEO. Delfs begins March 1, 2019.
Posted On December 17, 2018 / By / Posted in JRMC News

JRMC hires new CEO

Jamestown Regional Medical Center announced today that Michael Delfs has been named CEO, effective this spring. Delfs is a Langdon, N.D., native with many years of experience in the Upper Midwest. He

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(L to R): Marcie Marler Maier, Marla Wegner and Pamela Enger, as well as other employees and local physicians were recognized for their years of service with JRMC.
Posted On December 13, 2018 / By / Posted in Awards

JRMC celebrities recognized for service

Jamestown Regional Medical Center recognized local celebrities for their more than 500 years of service. JRMC held its annual Celebrity Celebration at Shady’s Restaurant & Lounge on Nov. 30. Employees and providers

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Image of Xander Dodson, pediatric patient who broke his arm. Dr. Timothy Volk, JRMC Orthopedic Surgeon, treated Dodson.
Posted On August 29, 2018 / By / Posted in JRMC News

Unexpected change from one broken arm

One mom did not expect a career change when her son fell off his bike. Her then 3-year-old son, Xander, loved all things dinosaurs and fossils, as well as playing outside and

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Image of, Brittney Bain's son who needed treatment from JRMC Ear, Nose & Throat specialist, Dr. W. Thomas Coombe. ENT provides care for pediatric and adult patients.
Posted On August 14, 2018 / By / Posted in JRMC News

ENT accepts pediatrics and adults

Editor’s note: Living in a rural area, Brittney Bain and her family traveled many miles to care for her newborn son. The family’s time, and finances, struggled. When Dr. W. Thomas Coombe joined

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JRMC pediatric patient, Arianna Walch, receives 8-hour infusion for rare Batten's Disease and received new playground after first treatment.
Posted On August 8, 2018 / By / Posted in JRMC News

Pediatric patient receives playground after 8-hour infusion

One young patient is smiling today after she received a new, adaptive playground. Arianna Walch, 5, has Batten’s Disease, a genetic disorder of the nervous system. Batten’s disease is rare – it

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