A Musical Interlude
Pianist Alpin Hong made a special stop at Pioneer Manor today to play for residents. Catch this wonderful musician with special guests the Gillette Chamber Singers on October 4 at CAM-PLEX Heritage Center.
Temporary Emergency Room entrance opens October 8
A temporary entrance into the Emergency Room is scheduled to open Monday, October 8. The temporary entrance is necessary to begin construction of a new entrance for the relocation of the
Walk-in Clinic. The public will enter through what is now the access door to the helipad stairwell, and be directed into the waiting area. Security will be located in the helipad elevator lobby.
Radiology and all CCMH clinic patients are encouraged to use the main entrance. The entrance will be completed in January and will coincide with the relocation of the Walk-In Clinic.
Sleep Clinic Open
Last week, the Sleep Clinic moved to its temporary offsite location at 601 Stocktrail Ave. while it prepares for its expansion, from two beds to four, and receives new equipment. The Clinic's phone number remains the same, ext. 2350, but the fax number has changed, 688.2359. Hours are 8 am-4:30 pm, Monday-Friday. Sleep Studies will run six nights per week. For more information, contact Dessie Hoxie RRT, RPSGT, Sleep Clinic Coordinator, at ext. 2350.
Congratulations to the Outstanding Healthcare Professional Award Winners
CCMH employees Andy Fitzgerald, Executive Vice President, and Dr. Joe Lawrence, Radiologist, are among the five winners announced at during the Black Cat Ball. Other winners were: Big Horn Dental Clinic, Dr. Nick Bouzis and Ken Clouston, Gillette Physical Therapy. The Outstanding Healthcare Professional Awards are given annually by the Campbell County Healthcare Foundation at their annual fundraiser, the Black Cat Ball.
Prenatal Class Series: This class series is for first-time moms in their seventh or eighth month of pregnancy and their support person. Topics include anatomy, normal labor and delivery, breathing and relaxation, pain management and anesthesia during labor, Cesarean birth and a tour of the OB/Nursery/Labor and Delivery areas of CCMH. This is a series of four classes that begins first Thursday of month. Class begins October 4 from from 7-9 p.m. in CCMH Classrooms 1 and 2 on the Fifth Floor. For more information, call 307.688.2200 or
Blood Drive: On October 9, CCMH hosts a blood drive from 10 am-3:15 pm in the fifth floor classrooms 1 and 2. Please register online at
www.bloodhero.com, code: ccmemorial or call 307.688.1580.
Life RU Ready? Project is a "life-simulation" health fair for teens and parents designed to increase awareness of the consequences of the teen's behavior, to decrease motivation to participate in risk taking behavior, and to provide new opportunities for parent-teen communication. The event takes place October 22-26. Of special note: On October 25, parents can spend 45 minutes as a teen -- experience some of their social pressures; interact with community professionals and learn how they deal with teens experiencing unintended consequences from poor decisions.
Learn more here.
Becoming a LOVE AND LOGIC PARENT®: Wednesday nights starting October 24, 5:30-8 pm. A six-week program designed by Love and Logic® that answers many day-to-day parenting challenges. This parent program is designed to give you practical skills that can be used immediately. Dinner is included. Daycare is provided for children ages 5 and under. $50 per family.
Click here for more information on this program or to register; or contact Jessica Boyd at 307.688.5026 or
Prenatal Breastfeeding Class: This class is for expecting parents in their sixth to ninth month of pregnancy. Topics covered include the benefits of breastfeeding, preparation, initial breastfeeding basics and support. This class is held October 24 from 7-9 p.m. in CCMH Classrooms 1 and 2 on the Fifth Floor. For more information, call 307.688.2200 or