Clinical Outpatient Services
An outpatient hospital service is any type of medical or surgical care performed at Campbell County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) that your doctor does not expect will be an overnight hospital stay. In some cases, you may stay overnight in the hospital, but not be admitted as an inpatient (this would be considered outpatient service). CCMH offers the following as outpatient services:
Cardiac Rehabilitation helps patients gain a healthier lifestyle by strengthening their hearts and reducing their risk for future problems. The program combines exercise with information on how to modify coronary risk factors after a heart attack, stent, coronary artery bypass, valve replacement, stable angina or heart-lung or lung transplant.
Cardiopulmonary Services includes the specialties of respiratory therapy and diagnostic testing for lung disease. Prescribed by a physician, patients are treated, managed and monitored for lung disease and breathing disorders. Cardiopulmonary Services provides inpatient and outpatient respiratory therapy services for patients at Campbell County Memorial Hospital.
The CCMH Dialysis Center provides dialysis treatments, testing services, support and education six days per week to meet the medical, financial, and social service needs of patients using hemodialysis and their families.
Diabetes Education Center
The Diabetes Center at Campbell County Memorial Hospital helps people live well with diabetes throughout the lifespan, and helps healthcare professionals manage diabetes care.
CCMH's Pulmonary Rehabilitation program is conducted in an encouraging, controlled environment, and supervised by personnel trained in Advanced Cardiac Life Support. The program is under the direction of
Peter Fort, M.D., a local physician who is Board Certified in Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine.
The Sleep Clinic is designed to monitor and evaluate people during sleep, providing information for physicians to diagnose and treat sleeping disorders. The sleep lab is specially designed for sleep studies. While patients sleep in quiet, comfortable rooms, our technologists observe and record sleep patterns, heart and respiratory activity, and body movements at an adjacent monitoring room. Most sleep disorders can be treated effectively once they have been accurately diagnosed.