“If some of the candy is just not appropriate, then share with others,” suggests Rowlands. “I would definitely choose fresh fruit instead of candy. One or two pieces a day would be a good limit for the kids. They should brush their teeth before and after eating candy.”
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Pulaski Memorial Hospital is offering a great deal for women on Oct. 8.
A girl’s night out event is planned at 5 p.m. EDT that Tuesday where you can get a mammogram at the discounted rate of $99. This price includes the radiologist fee.
The suspect in Thursday’s late night shooting at a Francesville residence surrendered Saturday afternoon at the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office. Barry Danford, 50, of Francesville, was booked into the jail just after 4 p.m. He reportedly shot his wife, Rhonda Danford, 55, in the arm during an argument. She called the police, but her husband left before they showed up. Rhonda Danford’s injury was not life-threatening, and she was taken to Pulaski Memorial Hospital for treatment. Meanwhile, SWAT team members fanned out across the area in search of Barry Danford but were unsuccessful in tracking him down. Charges are pending.
“I was in Lafayette at Home Hospital for about 10 years, and then just south of Indianapolis for almost 10 years,” Barry told the Winamac Town Council. “Most recently I was in a small critical-access hospital in Eldorado, Ill. which makes Pulaski Memorial look like the Taj Mahal.”
Barry added that PMH is a “real gem” and said he’s very impressed with the quality of programs and care offered locally.
Pat Smith has not only held the role of director of media marketing; she has also been the director of volunteer services and the director of the volunteer chaplain’s program.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital has begun expanding their oncology coverage to three Fridays each month in an effort to provide the community with quicker and more convenient medical oncology appointments at a location not too far from home.
A fundraiser at Pulaski Memorial Hospital culminated in the presentation of a check for $350 to Christina Pugh to go toward a $5000 goal pledged to Riley Children’s Foundation in Indianapolis by Emily Larkin. Larkin pledged the goal in honor of her sister, Christina Pugh, a cancer survivor. The $350 check had been raised by hospital employees during a “pizza and jeans day” fundraiser.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital welcomes new CEO Tom Barry.
Barry was most recently the President and CEO of a hospital in Eldorado, Ill. and was the COO at Home Hospital in Lafayette and Johnson Memorial Hospital in Franklin for nearly 20 years.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital has announced the first New Year’s baby at the facility.
Skarlet Madison Ehlers of Star City was born Monday morning at 7:12 a.m. ET. Her parents are Kelsie Gainer and Shawn Ehlers of Star City. Scarlet weighed in at seven pounds, eight ounces and is 21.5 inches long.
After 28 years, the CEO of Pulaski Memorial Hospital has retired. Richard H. Mynark retired Friday.
Mynark was instrumental in planning, developing and implementing the hospital’s critically needed facility renovation and modernization project in February 1985. The new front addition was finally complete in 2003.
Pulaski Memorial Hospital’s winner of the Patsy Shoemaker Award for 2012 has been announced.
The Patsy Shoemaker Award is presented to the Pulaski Memorial Hospital Outstanding Associate of the year each December and the 2012 recipient was Michele Willing. Willing began her career at the hospital in 1988 as a medical transcriptionist in Health Information. She then advanced to Data Specialist within the department. After the unexpected passing of Patsy Shoemaker, she filled the position of Health Information Management Supervisor.
Willing continues in her work as Health Information Management Supervisor.