For Donna Jost, 68, of Fond du Lac, keeping up on her overall health and well-being has always been a priority.
Barb Teletzke, 71, of Waupun, has taken all the right steps in caring for her heart, including regular visits and monitoring by several members of the Dale Michels Center for Heart Care team for many years, including Richard Santa-Cruz, MD, interventional cardiologist, Kimberly Udlis, APNP, elect
St. Agnes Hospital has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award. The award recognizes the hospital’s commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive rapid diagnosis and treatment of stroke.
Donald Wackett, 80, of Fox Lake, loves to stay busy through various activities, and that is not difficult with his five daughters, nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. From fishing, to mowing lawn, to car rides, to spending time with family, he is accustomed to a busy lifestyle.
For the past 17 years, Christopher Tuveson, MD, has been a practicing urologist with the Fond du Lac Regional Clinic.
Patients appreciate the time that Jean Rusch, APNP, a nurse practitioner with Agnesian Plastic Surgery & Cosmetic Services, takes during their visits with her knowing that the direction she offers to their specific needs will be the best avenue for them to follow.
Lee Brice, 65, a Kingston resident, is not one to sit still. She will admit that the moment you meet her. Always on the go - whether gardening, yardwork, quilting, crocheting or putting together puzzles and more - Lee is not one to sit idle.
Being proactive about health should be a priority for any individual. The goal is to promote optimal health so everyone can live a full, rewarding life. It is never too late or too early to begin a path to optimal health.
Betty Bauer could count on a weekly visit from her family, grandchildren and friends. And then, the COVID-19 pandemic happened. Betty and her resident friends at St. Francis Home became part of a vulnerable population that needed to have strict isolation for their safety.
How are our high school athletes handing the pandemic? Not well according to a recent study by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine.