Anthony Gentile, MD and Associates presents a lunchtime Women's Health Series at our Speers location
Christine Wilson, MD, will lead a discussion on urinary incontinence. She will describe causes for urinary incontinence, answer any questions that you have and discuss both medical and surgical treatment options. To register, call 412-267-6280.
When: All sessions are from noon to 1:00 p.m. October 2nd November 6th December 4th
Repeats every week 1 times . Also includes Tue Nov 06 2012, Tue Dec 04 2012.
More than 250 Jefferson Regional Medical Center staff members and volunteers laced up their dancing shoes Sept. 11 to participate in the Pink Glove Dance, a national competition to raise funds for breast cancer research.
Palliative Care Services at Jefferson Regional Medical Center is partnering with the Jewish Healthcare Foundation’s (JHF) program titled “Closure.” Together they will present a fall program series to help educate those living with a chronic illness and their families.
This edition of Health for Her will explore the link between our hunter-gatherer ancestors and our pursuit of health and longevity in the modern world. Mark Davis, RD, will discuss elements of nutrition, stress and exercise.
Jefferson Regional Medical Center will be participating in a Senior Expo in South Park. The departments that will be on hand to answer questions are JRMC Diagnositc Services (offering bone density screenings), Orthopedics, Rehabilitiation Services (Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy), Senior Services, Wound Care, and the Dr. Dean Ornish Program for Reversing Heart Disease.
The last in a five-part, free lecture series focused on palliative care, preparing for end-of-life decisions and achieving closure. In this first session Denise Stahl, MSN; and Hilary Kramer, will describe ways to handle the stress of being a caregiver for someone who is ill or dying and the grief that comes both before and after that person’s death.
The fourth in a five-part, free lecture series focused on palliative care, preparing for end-of-life decisions and achieving closure. In this session Judy Black, MD; Maryanne Fello, BS, MEd, will discuss the differences between palliative care and hospice, explain the hospice medicare benefit and answer your palliative care and hospice questions.
The third in a five-part, free lecture series focused on palliative care, preparing for end-of-life decisions and achieving closure. In this session John Franz, MD; Anna Hays, JD; and Marian Kemp RN, BS, BA, will go in-depth about advance planning and answer important questions that you have about the process.
This lecture series sponsored by Jefferson Regional Medical Center's Palliative Care department and the Jewish Healthcare Foundation. Attendees will receive planning materials and are encouraged to attend this session with their families.