Yearly Archives: 2021

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Understanding Gallbladder Disease 29June

Understanding Gallbladder Disease

The gallbladder is a small organ that will fit in the palm of your hand and stores a liquid called bile. When you eat, the gallbladder receives a signal to release the stored bile. The bile flows through a duct and empties into the small intestine to mix with the food you’ve eaten.  It helps absorb the necessary fat that …

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Pelvic Physical Therapy 29June

Pelvic Physical Therapy

What is pelvic PT? It is a treatment approach using the principles of physical therapy to address dysfunction involving the structures of the pelvic girdle.  This region of the body is very dynamic and complex. The bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments of the pelvis function more like the rotator cuff (RTC) of the shoulder. Much like RTC pain in the …

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Volunteers Return to Acute Care Unit 23June

Volunteers Return to Acute Care Unit

The care team on the Acute Care Unit at Wickenburg Community Hospital is pleased to welcome our Volunteers back into the hospital. The newest member of that team is Doris. Her sunny disposition and caring attitude make her a fabulous addition to the dedicated group of Acute Care nurses, C.N.A.’s, physicians and unit clerks who are here to serve our …

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Early Detection of Colon Cancer – Important for Males & Females 22June

Early Detection of Colon Cancer – Important for Males & Females

Colon cancer strikes males and females equally.  Around the world it is more frequent in industrialized countries, and this suggests genetic and environmental influences.  In the United States it affects Blacks and whites equally, but native Americans have a much lower recurrence rate. Among environmental factors diet has been implicated.  It is felt that a high fiber diet which speeds …

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Scholarships Awarded by Wickenburg Community Hospital Foundation 16June

Scholarships Awarded by Wickenburg Community Hospital Foundation

WICKENBURG, AZ (June, 15, 2021) – A young woman born and raised in Wickenburg is the 2021 recipient of two scholarships from the Wickenburg Community Hospital Foundation. Kiley McTighe, was awarded the Wickenburg Community Hospital Scholarship and the William J. Firth III, M.D., Rural Medicine Scholarship.  She will be attending Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff to study nursing. McTighe, the …

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Summer Safely – Water, Sun & Heat Safety Tips 15June

Summer Safely – Water, Sun & Heat Safety Tips

 WCH – Emergency Department Summer is here and with temperatures rising WCH wants to help keep you and the ones you love enjoying your summer safely. Here are some great tips and summer facts to help guide you through the heat! Drowning!! It can happen in an instant and to anyone. Never Swim Alone Swim in Supervised Areas Learn …

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Barrow Neurological Institute at WCH 14June

Barrow Neurological Institute at WCH

One of the country’s top centers for neurology and neurosurgery available at Wickenburg Community Hospital Teledoc with Barrow Neurological Institute Wickenburg Community Hospital (WCH) Emergency Department is excited to announce the new affiliation with St Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, and Barrow Neurological Institute (BNI) for our Telestroke Service on June 7, 2021. Barrow Neurological Institute is listed as “The world’s largest …

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Ice Cream, Milk, and Cheese – June is National Dairy Month! 9June

Ice Cream, Milk, and Cheese – June is National Dairy Month!

From the Kitchen of Debra Loder, RDN June is National Dairy Month! Originally established as a grocery/milk promotion in 1937, National Dairy Month now acts as a reminder of the health benefits that dairy products provide. They contain essential nutrients — including calcium, potassium, vitamin D, and protein. Dairy products also reduce the risk of high blood pressure, certain cancers, …

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COVID Update & Mask Mandate in Healthcare Facilities 8June

COVID Update & Mask Mandate in Healthcare Facilities

County wide the numbers of positive cases are going down slowly but even in Wickenburg we continue to see isolated positive cases of COVID-19. Due to the continued presence of COVID-19 being identified in the county, as well as our community, the requirement for masking at the hospital and clinics is an effective and important measure to help combat the …

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Memorial Day Recipes and Food Safety Tips 27May

Memorial Day Recipes and Food Safety Tips

From the Kitchen of Debra Loder, RDN – WCH Memorial Day Weekend will be here before we know it. This year, instead of the usual Burgers and Hot Dogs, try something new for your backyard cookout. Tacos are easy to prepare on a grill. Marinate some fish, shrimp, and/or chicken, slice it, and pop it onto grilled corn or flour …

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Primary Care

Community Hospital Clinics are located in Wickenburg, Wittmann, and Congress. We sincerely follow our mission to provide quality health and wellness services where the patient, family, and community come first.

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Emergency Care

Our 8 bed Emergency Room department is fully staffed with emergency physicians, nurses, and ER specialists. Your wait time is typically measured in minutes not hours as in the larger metropolitan hospitals.

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Surgical Services

Wickenburg Community Hospital provides a wide variety of surgical care and treatment. We serve a vibrant and active community who favors quality health care close to home.

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