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KRMC hosts Holiday Open House 2018

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Kingman Regional Medical Center invites the public to our annual Holiday Open House event on Wednesday, December 5th from 4:30-7:00 p.m. Over 25 departments will participate in the event, presenting displays and activities to educate the public about KRMC’s new and existing services. Kids can visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus and receive a special gift. This event is free and open to the public with refreshments provided. KRMC asks attendees to begin at the hospital’s main entrance. For more information, contact Ben McGlothlin at 928-263-3873.


Sean Myers, D.O. stays on with KRMC following residency

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Kingman Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Sean Myers has chosen to practice in Kingman following a 3-year residency in Family Medicine with KRMC. Residency training is the final education stage required for doctors to obtain a medical license. As a physician at KRMC Primary Care, Dr. Myers cares for patients of all ages, diagnosing and treating a range of both acute and chronic conditions. Dr. Myers attended A.T. Still University’s School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona. He then completed the Midwestern University Family Medicine Residency Program…


An Introduction to Over-the-Counter Pain Relief

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You wake up one morning with a minor ache. This pain is not a consistent issue so you decide to make a quick trip to the pharmacy to get an over-the-counter (OTC) pain reliever. Once you arrive, you realize how big the pain relief aisle is. How do you know which product to choose? Are there any differences between these products? You might assume that items on grocery store shelves are safe to take, but there is no OTC pain reliever that is safe for everyone. The right OTC pain…


Chelsea Presbrey, D.O. stays on with KRMC following residency

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Kingman Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Chelsea Presbrey has chosen to practice in Kingman following a 3-year residency in Family Medicine with KRMC. Residency training is the final education stage required for doctors to obtain a medical license. Dr. Chelsea Presbrey practices family medicine at KRMC’s Sunshine Canyon Family Healthcare. As a primary care provider, Dr. Presbrey cares for patients of all ages with a range of conditions, both short- and long-term. Dr. Presbrey attended A.T. Still University School of Osteopathic Medicine. She then completed a…


KRMC Volunteers purchase new equipment to enhance patient safety and confidence during physical therapy

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KRMC Therapy Services announced today that it has installed a new Solo-Step™ overhead track and harness system at its rehabilitation center located at 1740 Sycamore Avenue in Kingman. This state-of-the-art equipment was purchased with funds raised by KRMC Volunteer Services. The track and harness system protects patients from falling during physical therapy. The new equipment includes an overhead aluminum track and trolley mounted to the ceiling. During certain physical therapy sessions, patients wear a harness that is attached to the overhead system. It provides support for standing from a sitting…


The Importance of Breast Cancer Screening

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and an important time to remind everyone about this life-threatening disease. Although breast cancer occurs rarely in men, it is very common among women. In the United States, breast cancer affects 1 in 1000 men and 1 in 8 women. Breast cancer begins when cells located in the breast start to grow out of control. In time, these abnormal cells can invade other tissues and organs in the body. If not detected and treated in time, breast cancer kills. But, if breast cancer is…


KRMC recognizes Perioperative Nurses Week with Surgical Services Open House

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Kingman Regional Medical Center invites the public to our Surgical Services Open House on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 from 1pm - 4pm at 3269 Stockton Hill Rd. Attendees will tour the surgery department to experience what goes on in a medical facility before, during, and after surgery. Here they will see an operating room set up for surgery, learn about equipment and techniques used during operations, and interact with a surgeon. This year’s open house takes place during Perioperative Nurses Week – a week dedicated to celebrating perioperative nurses nationwide…


KRMC Offers Free Flu Shots – 2018

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As we enter flu season, KRMC will host several free flu shot clinics for children and adults. Vaccination is important for all people, but elderly people and children are especially susceptible to complications from influenza. It takes about two weeks for the antibodies that protect against flu to fully develop. For this reason, people should get vaccinated as soon as possible. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), last year’s flu season (2017-2018) was one of the most severe ever documented, with a record number of…


Women’s Health Fair – Saturday, October 13th

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Kingman Regional Medical Center presents its annual Women’s Health Fair. This year’s expo will be held on Saturday, October 13th, from 9 am to 1 pm in KRMC’s Hualapai Mountain Campus, located at 3801 Santa Rosa Drive. Over 40 organizations will participate in the event, offering screenings and information to enhance the health and wellbeing of women in our community. Attendees can receive a free flu vaccination and schedule a free mammogram.


The Dangers of High Cholesterol

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September is National Cholesterol Education Month – a perfect time to learn about the health risks of high cholesterol and what you can do about it. Cholesterol is a waxy substance that’s found in the fats (lipids) in your blood. You need cholesterol to make hormones, Vitamin D, and digestive fluids. Cholesterol also helps your organs function properly. Your liver produces all the cholesterol your body needs. However, diet, lifestyle, and certain health conditions can cause too much cholesterol in your blood (high cholesterol). High cholesterol can lead to atherosclerosis—…


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