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Archives for May 2012

What Does It Mean When My Child Has a Fever?

The clock ticks to 2:00 am. and there you sit, rocking your sick baby trying to do what you can to make things better. Her forehead feels warmer than usual and her face looks red and sweaty and you fear that now she is running a temperature. You ask yourself, will she be OK until [More]

Radiologic Tech Graduating with Help from ACHF Scholarship

I broke my collar bone when I was 13 and ever since that day, I’ve known that I wanted to work in the medical field. I had X-rays taken and I just thought the images looked so cool on the screen and I thought it would be an interesting job. Every day I would get [More]

Reach Out and Read

Does your child love to read?  At ACMC, we know that reading is an important part of a child’s development. Children who develop critical early reading skills enter kindergarten better prepared to succeed, with larger vocabularies and stronger language skills. That’s why in 2005, ACMC began participating in the national Reach Out and Read program. [More]

Educating Medical Students about Hearing and Balance at ACMC

Our weekly medical student education program took Kelsey, Libby and Neil to ACMC’s Hearing and Balance Center in Willmar on May 9th. They each remarked on the value this session provided them. They appreciated Tami’s time to educate them on this health care avenue that is not always available to them as medical students. Patients [More]