About 300 volunteers enjoyed a festive celebration - themed after the Kentucky Derby - during the Agnesian HealthCare Volunteer Services annual volunteer recognition luncheon in late April.
A lower-sodium diet does not have to mean a lifetime of flavorless food.
The Wisconsin Medical Society Foundation honored Heather Schmidt, DO, with the Superhero of Medicine Award during its annual fund-raising dinner and silent auction in Wisconsin Dells on April 21.
More than 1,000 hospital leaders, employees, trustees and volunteers, including from Agnesian HealthCare, descended on Madison on April 19 to participate in the Wisconsin Hospital Association’s (WHA) Advocacy Day event.
Agnesian HealthCare welcomes Allyson Ford, APNP, nurse practitioner, to Agnesian Work & Wellness, located at St. Agnes Hospital, 420 E. Division Street, Fond du Lac. She is now accepting patients.
The public is invited to a book fair, sponsored by the Agnesian HealthCare Volunteers, from Wednesday, May 3 to Friday, May 5 at Agnesian HealthCare’s lobby concourse, 430 E. Division Street, Fond du Lac.
Ann Frintner, CSAC, behavioral health inpatient addiction counselor
The medical side of addiction is what changes go on in the brain when addiction occurs. How do you recognize symptoms, and take care of them or help someone you love to recognize them?
Stretching is an important part of an older adult’s flexibility, and helps to offset the effects of normal decline in the flexibility of joints so individuals can remain active and independent.
Join Jenni Borell, E-RYT, a certified integrative yoga for seniors instructor and certified essential low back program instructor, to release tension, increase range of motion and energize through this slow-paced, therapeutically-oriented class.
Agnesian HealthCare welcomes internist Jay Muller, MD, to Agnesian HealthCare’s Fond du Lac Regional Clinic. He is now accepting new patients at the Agnesian Health Plaza Building A, 421 Camelot Drive, Fond du Lac.