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A cancer diagnosis didn't alter Eric's positive outlook on life. He's using his experience to help others in similar circumstances.
As Tootie's health declined, she was relieved to hear that Gundersen Palmer Hospice would be available at the place she now considers her home.
Chronic abdominal pain affects more than 1/3 of elementary and middle school children who complain of weekly episodes of abdominal pain. 25% of children report symptoms lasting more than 8 weeks. Read Anna's story about her diagnosis.
The occupational therapy Chris Mish of Blair received at Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics put him back on the road, back on the job, and back as a provider for his family.
Gundersen Health System and a longtime northeast Iowa private practice are coming together for physical therapy services close to home.
For a combined 36 years, social workers Janell McElree, LBSW, and Bea Guenther, LBSW, have cared for patients in West Union and the surrounding communities at Gundersen Palmer Lutheran Hospital.
Every year generous contributions to funds like Paula's Purse help lessen the financial burden on patients affected by cancer.
GunderKids provides continual support and education to parents with a substance use disorder beginning in their baby's first year of life.
At Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and ClinicsAs a Gundersen Health System patient, one simple phone call could reduce your healthcare costs.
Inpatient Rehabilitation patients at Gundersen Health System didn't always have the option to enjoy the outdoors by planting, tending and harvesting vegetables as part of their treatment plan.
No matter your age, it's important to follow a healthy lifestyle.
Our goal with Swing Bed is to help you live the most active and healthy life you can, as quickly as you're able.
Tomah area residents will soon have a convenient place to receive all their healthcare services, including cancer care.
Does the pain from joint damage or injury have you exclaiming "OI!" when you try to move, sleep or go about your daily activities?
Your pharmacist can be a useful resource for choosing the right product to treat your symptoms.
Gundersen Health System is making it easier for patients to access care through MyCare, our secure online patient portal.
Did you know dietary supplements can interfere with laboratory tests?
"We empower patients with the right tools to help them self-manage their diabetes," says Nancy Ernst, registered dietitian and diabetes educator.
Confused by what sunscreen to buy? You're not alone. Gundersen dermatologist April Farrell, MD, offers this helpful overview.
By texting your zip code to 898211, you'll tap into hundreds and hundreds of resources.
And, you'll be texting with a living human being—so there will be interaction without that frustrating "pick from a menu" automation so common these days.
It's now easier to get the care you need at the Gundersen Sparta and Tomah Clinics with new expanded hours two evenings a week. Be sure to call ahead for an appointment. No walk-ins please.
Gundersen Sparta Clinic1111 West Wisconsin Street (State Hwy 16)
Gundersen Tomah Clinic1330 North Superior Avenue
Every day, Gundersen Health System staff deliver great medicine plus a little something extra—we call it Love + Medicine.
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