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LEGENDARY HEALTHCARE

Retiring? Let’s talk open enrollment

Close to retiring? Unsure about health insurance? Attend JRMC’s Open EnROLLment event on Nov. 7, 2019 at the Alfred Dickey Library lower level meeting room.
Posted On October 22, 2019 / Posted in Events

Retiring? Let’s talk open enrollment

Age 65 is when many are close to retiring and beginning endless adventures. Age 65 is also the age when people qualify for Medicare coverage.

“You can sign up for Medicare B months before

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JRMC will be holding free hearing, memory and speech screenings on May 14, 15 and 16 in celebration of Better Hearing and Speech Month. Schedule direct at (701) 952-4800.
Posted On May 1, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Spring Clean, Free Screen

Have you heard? Jamestown Regional Medical Center is offering three days of free hearing, memory and speech screenings. [maxbutton id="10" ]

“Communication is the key to a high-quality of life,” said JRMC Audiologist Marissa

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Posted On March 29, 2019 / Posted in Foundation

Auxiliary’s Spring Bazaar on April 5

Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s Auxiliary is welcoming the new season with a fun event. The annual Spring Bazaar is set for Friday, April 5 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. To clarify, the

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The JRMC Wound Center uses evidence-based clinical pathways to treat patients. And, it's working. The average time to heal a chronic wound is 21 days.
Posted On January 16, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

JRMC Wound & Hyperbaric Center: 4 ways to heal

For patients living with a chronic wound, everyday activities can be a battle. Without proper treatment, patients may suffer for years without any improvement. Or even worse, may face amputation. "We understand the

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Image of Dick Christensen before he obtained an eight-inch wound below his knee that needed wound care from the JRMC Wound Center in 2018.
Posted On January 12, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Christensen: leg saved after wound care

One Jamestown man just wanted a few more hours of sleep. Instead, he received months of care at Jamestown Regional Medical Center. The batteries in Dick Christensen’s smoke detector died around 4 a.m. one

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