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The Canton/LaGrange Family Practice is hosting a Halloween Kids Fair themed “The Nightmare on Elm Street” on Saturday, October 10th from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Everyone is invited and costumes are encouraged. Join the Hannibal Regional Medical Group team for fun games, delicious food and exciting prizes. The event will be held in front of the Canton/LaGrange clinic in a sectioned off portion of the parking lot. Games include…
Hannibal Regional Medical Group (HRMG) is proud to announce the opening of a new clinic at Hannibal LaGrange University (HLGU). The Clinic at HLGU is open to all currently enrolled HLGU students, faculty, and staff. The walk-in clinic provides limited health care services that include: diagnosis and management of minor illness and injury, interval management of stable chronic illness, simple diagnostic testing, and clearance for returning to school or work….
To better serve patients, and increase organizational efficiency, Hannibal Regional Medical Group will transition Express Care services currently provided in the 1 North area of the Medical Office Building, to 2nd floor Family Practice. With this change of location ‘Express Care’ will no longer be a service offered in the Medical Office building. Patients will have access to acute care services on a walk-in basis within Family Practice. Services will…
Staff members from Hannibal Regional Medical Group’s Bowling Green and Louisiana Clinics participated in the Pike County Back to School Fair in August at the Pike County fairgrounds. The event was very well attended, with over 650 children receiving backpacks, school supplies, and shoes. Hannibal Regional Medical Group was on hand to distribute bags to children as well as discuss health and child safety information. Clowns kept the kids entertained…
While most tick bites are harmless, several species can cause life-threatening disease. Two of the most well-known diseases are Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Lyme disease. According to the CDC, Lyme disease continues to be a rapidly emerging infectious disease, and is the leading cause of all insect-borne illness in the U.S. Although Lyme disease is a year-round problem, April through October is considered tick season. The primary symptom of…
Dr. Kent Wolber of Hannibal is among 95 optometrists throughout the United States who have received the American Optometric Association (AOA) 2015 Continuing Optometric Recognition Award. The award is presented to doctors of optometry who have completed 50 credit hours of continuing education in their field over a one-year period, and in addition, have previously received the Initial Optometric Recognition Award. More than 1,752 of the nation’s 40,000 practicing optometrists…
During the month of June Hannibal Regional Medical Group is offering free foot screenings to the communities we serve. If you know of someone who is suffering from foot pain when walking/running, has flat feet, ingrown toenails or bunions, has pain the arch of their feet, wounds that won’t heal, or other conditions, let them know about this screening. This FREE screening is a great opportunity to ask questions and discuss concerns they may have about their foot health.
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The first grade class from Shelbina Elementary toured the businesses of Shelbina, Missouri and one of their stops was the Hannibal Regional Shelbina Family Practice. Lyreva Clark, FNP-BC gave a tour of the clinic and talked about how the clinic helps sick people get better.
Shelbina Family Practice recently hosted a retirement party for Dr. Lichty to celebrate his many years of service and dedication to the community. Many community members stopped by to offer their thanks to Dr. Lichty and to wish him well in the future.
Hannibal Regional Medical Group (HRMG) is proud to offer free cataract and glaucoma screenings in March. After the age of 40 the chance for glaucoma rises and more than half of all Americans age 65 and older have cataracts.
Cataracts are the leading cause of visual loss in adults ages 55 and older and the leading cause of blindness worldwide. Contrary to popular belief, cataracts are not a film that develops over your eyes but rather cataracts are the clouding and thickening of the intraocular lens inside the eye.
In its early stages, a cataract may not cause a problem. The cloudiness may affect only a small part of the lens. However, the cataract may grow larger over time and affect more of the lens, making it harder to see. As less light reaches the retina, it becomes increasingly harder to see and vision may become dull and blurry.
Not having a primary care physician, Clinton chose the convenient option of Express Care for something he thought was a minor illness. Luckily for him, the skilled Nurse Practitioners at Express Care detected a heart murmur and urged Clinton to follow up with a cardiologist at Hannibal Regional Medical Group.
“The persistence and concern of the Nurse Practitioners at Express Care saved my life,” says Clinton.
At just 33, Clinton was married with a two-year-old daughter. He wasn’t expecting to be diagnosed with aortic valve stenosis, a narrowing of the heart’s aortic valve that can obstruct blood flow from the heart to the rest of the body.
Thank you to everyone that participated in the iStache Challenge! Your help is greatly appreciated in helping us raise awareness for Men going in for their yearly exam. Congratulations to Clint and his efforts to help raise awareness for Men’s Health with the iStache Challenge. He had 175 “likes” on his moustache picture, more than we ever imagined! But It was a close race and came down to a difference of only about 24 “likes”. Great job everyone.
Have you ever bought a lottery ticket and just thrown it away? Probably not. You always want to keep the ticket until the drawing so you check the numbers before its thrown away, unless of course you are one of the lucky ones. There are a lot of unlucky numbers out there for men. It’s recommended that men get a checkup each year because the earlier something is caught the sooner something can be done about it. Here are just a few of the unlucky numbers you should know:
Did you know that approximately 196,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year? Have you experienced a weak urinary stream, blood in your urine or impotence? These are possible signs of Prostate Cancer.
Governor Jay Nixon recently appointed Dr. Kevin W. Lollar, MD, FACS, board-certified otolaryngologist at Hannibal Regional Medical Group, to the Missouri Board of Examiners for Hearing Instrument Specialists.
Dr. Lollar’s duties on the board will include, reviewing applicants for licensure and making recommendations to the division on matters of discipline of licenses; reviewing and approving other states with equivalent or stricter requirements for reciprocal licenses; approving the examination required for licensure and may administer the practical portion of the examination; and reviewing and approving courses for continuing education credits required for license renewal.
The foot is a complex structure of 26 bones and 33 joints, layered with an intertwining web of more than 120 muscles, ligaments, and nerves. It’s no wonder so many people suffer from foot pain. According to the American Podiatric Medical Association’s survey of 1,000 US adults ages 18 and older, found the majority of Americans say they have experienced foot pain (77 percent), but only a third of those would seek expert care by a podiatrist. Foot pain can have a profound impact on quality of life. Half of all adults say that foot pain has restricted their activities—like walking, exercising, working, or playing with grandchildren—in some way. For those with chronic foot pain, that number jumps to 83 percent. People say they would exercise more (39 percent) and participate in more activities (41 percent) if it weren’t for their foot pain
Hannibal Regional Medical Group’s Monroe City Family Practice honored family members of Valerie Cladwell, Medical Assistant and Linda Stultz, Secretary, by wearing gray for the month of May to raise awareness of Brain Cancer. Valerie Caldwell’s mother, Julie Leake and Linda Stultz’s husband, Donnie Stultz have both been affected by brain cancer.