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How to eat healthy for the whole family

Written by: Dr. Amanda Lovette, Pediatrician at Delta Health Pediatrics and Jilleisa Jezak, RDN, CDCES Director of Dietitians & Diabetes Education at Delta Health As a parent, getting kids to eat healthy may seem like a mountainous task. In honor of National...

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The Environmental Services Department at Delta Health

Sarah Knop, BBA Environmental Services Director at Delta County Memorial Hospital Formerly called the Housekeeping and Linen department, the Environmental Services (EVS) team at Delta County Memorial Hospital (DCMH) encompasses much more than just “keeping house.” EVS...

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2020 Delta Health Food Drive was a Success

This year's Delta Health Food Drive was a great success! We gathered 4,050.5 pounds of food and $1,007.00 for a grand total of 5,057.5 pounds of food. That is just about 1,000 pounds over last year! The food has been distributed to the food banks in Paonia, Hotchkiss,...

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How to prepare for your first Mammogram

How to prepare for your first Mammogram

By: Rochelle Somers, Lead Mammography Technologist in the Delta Health Mammography Department Preparing for your first mammogram can be intimidating, but at Delta Health (Delta Health) our team of highly trained professionals are here to help you every step of the...

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The Delta Health T-PAC Program

The Delta Health T-PAC Program

By Brandi Vela Once it comes time to discharge or transition from the hospital, you may need to receive continued support as you recover. Your care team at Delta Health (Delta Health) will help you determine the type of post-acute care that you may need, and the...

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What is Workman’s Comp? Safety in the Workplace

What is Workman’s Comp? Safety in the Workplace

Safety inside and outside of the workplace has become increasingly crucial now, more than ever. With the global pandemic underway, the National Safety Council (NSC) is focused on saving lives and preventing injuries by providing real-time, relevant sources on a...

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Cancer Prevention

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has listed a number of risk factors and the risks associated with these cancers. The following is a list of the most common: Alcohol: breast, colorectal, esophagus, head and neck, and liver cancers Asbestos: larynx,...

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