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May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, an entire month dedicated to two essential communication tools that can be affected by medical conditions. SGCMH is pleased to welcome Kristin Yow, M.A., CCC-SL to our staff. (573-883-4490)
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Congratulations to our Transformations participants! They’ve lost a ton of weight—literally--over 2,000 pounds! 
Call 573-883-4445 to find out these proven weight loss programs can work for you.

Ste. Genevieve County Memorial Hospital congratulates all who made the Challenger Baseball Field a reality. A grand opening celebration with music featuring Nashville recording artist Jason Ashley will be Saturday, March 21 from noon to 4 pm

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Ste. Genevieve County Memorial Hospital supports the March of Dimes.  Join SGCMH for a one-mile fun walk on April 16 to benefit the March of Dimes. Our Ste. Gen ambassador family is Sarah, Brad and Raeleigh Lipp. The walk will start and end at the hospital. Just $10 to walk (under 5 FREE) and $15 for a t-shirt. Read why the Lipp family is so passionate about the March of Dimes and register online at stegenevievehospital.org.
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Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S., but it doesn't have to be! It is one of the most preventable forms of cancer. Nine out of 10 colon cancers could be prevented or successfully treated with regular colon cancer screenings.
You can save lives by helping spread awareness about this disease, and most importantly, getting screened yourself. Regular screening, beginning at age 50, is the key to preventing colorectal cancer. Check with your provider today!

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Kay Kertz was another winner at our annual health fair held Saturday. She won this tree filled with a variety of gift cards from various eateries AND, probably more importantly, she won a Heart Score, courtesy of the SGCMH Diagnostic Imaging Department. A Heart Score will reveal the presence of calcium deposits in your coronary arteries. The higher the score, the more at risk you are for developing 
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Do you know what today is? Three more days until the Women's Health Fair! Did you know there will be an Electronic Waste take back at the fair? Don’t miss this chance to recycle your old, broken, or outdated e-waste!
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