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LEGENDARY HEALTHCARE

JRMC physician first in state to earn ABWM wound certification

American Board of Wound Management, ABWM, recognized Dr. Kayla Emter, JRMC Podiatrist/Foot & Ankle Surgeon, as a certified wound specialist physician, CWSP.
Posted On September 27, 2019 / Posted in Awards

JRMC physician first in state to earn ABWM wound certification

One Jamestown Regional Medical Center physician received special certification for high-quality wound care. The American Board of Wound Management (ABWM) recognized Dr. Kayla Emter, JRMC Podiatrist/Foot & Ankle Surgeon, as a certified

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JRMC Wound & Hyperbaric Center patient, Nancy Bader, shares her story and fight against Scleroderma.
Posted On April 16, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

Nancy Bader: Fighting the battle of scleroderma

What some see as a disease that removes wrinkles and tans skin, others see it as slow mummification. Doctors diagnosed Nancy Bader with Diffuse Systemic Sclerosis 10 years ago - a type of

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JRMC is the first in North Dakota to offer HBOT. HBOT is known as hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
Posted On January 17, 2019 / Posted in JRMC News

NYNY week 1 is over: first HBOT in North Dakota

Congratulations to The Slimsons, the top point earner for New Year, New You challenge week one. The Slimsons includes two participants in the Friends & Family category. NYNY is an eight-week wellness challenge.

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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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