More than a Mammo

Every October, we celebrate all things pink. However, care for women isn’t limited to one month or one color. Women deserve the best – that month and all year. That’s why JRMC offers highly-trained specialists like OB/GYNs Dr. Gregg McAdoo and Dr. Emily Stromquist and Nurse Practitioner Makenzie Breitbach. JRMC also possesses state-of-the-art technology like 3D mammography. When you’re ready for us, we are ready for you. Live your best life with Jamestown Regional Medical Center.

From adolescence to adulthood

The JRMC OB/GYN team at JRMC offer care for every age and phase. From menstrual cycles to menopause as well as fertility, birth control and reproductive health, learn more about women’s health at JRMC.

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Ann Ede receives 2024 SHERO honors

Jamestown Regional Medical Center named Ann Ede the 2024 SHERO Award recipient. The award honors women in the community who demonstrate courage, outstanding accomplishments and noble qualities that inspire others.

JRMC SHERO Award nominations now open

In celebration of Women’s Health Month this May, Jamestown Regional Medical Center is honoring inspiring women in the community by launching its annual SHERO award cycle. A “SHERO” is a positive role model who inspires others through her courage, outstanding achievements and impact on the community.

Pink for a Purpose: RoP supports women’s health

Nearly 600 participants supported women of the region at the annual Running of the Pink (RoP) event on June 3. This single day supports women’s health programs all year long.

Burdick Named First JRMC SHERO Award Recipient

Melissa Burdick is Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s first SHERO award recipient. The single mom of four received the honor on Wednesday, April 12.

Wiederrich: ‘No Excuses gave me peace of mind’

No Excuses is for women like Nicki Wiederrich.

Togstads honored at Pillars of Giving event

Barb Togstad has ambitious goals – to raise $100,000 to celebrate her late mother’s 100th birthday. Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

Dazey, N.D. woman graduates from JRMC Cancer Center

Tina Bryn said cancer changed her a little, and not just her hair. After a cancer diagnosis in July 2021, the 47-year-old said she is more apt to enjoy memories with her family rather than take on extra tasks. Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

Jamestown mom pain-free after OB/GYN care

Hayley Wolf is a softball supporter, a business manager and a part-owner in her family’s ranch and farm. Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

Jamestown woman graduates from JRMC Cancer Center

One Jamestown woman says she’s ready to book a trip to Florida once her cancer center journey is complete. “After putting off scheduling my mammogram for sometime I’m glad I did,” Donelle Syversen said. “They found it in the early stages.” Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.