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What's going on at Reid? Stay posted on Reid News by checking out our News Releases.

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Celebrating 75-plus years of insulin use (10-17-2014)
When Margaret Sligar was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes as a toddler, insulin was a brand new treatment for a disease that just a few years earlier would have typically meant death within a couple of years.

Indiana health care reform, HIP 2.0 topic of public forum Tuesday at Reid (10-16-2014)
A public information session on Medicaid and Indiana health care reform is scheduled at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, in Lingle Auditorium at Reid.

Reid presentation Oct. 20 about breast health (10-14-2014)
Breast health is the featured topic at the next My Reid Wellness Update, a free continuing series at Reid Hospital.

Reid forms Ebola advisory team to continue ramping up disease awareness (10-10-2014)
The growing national attention and concern about the Ebola virus has been a topic and focus at Reid Hospital for several weeks, Reid officials said. And now the team has implemented an “Ebola Technical Advisory Group” as an additional precaution.

Reid names new director of Health Information Management (10-9-2014)
Julie Morrison of Richmond is the new Director of Health Information Management at Reid Hospital.

Special service Sunday at Reid for families who lost infants (9-23-2014)
The annual memorial service for families whose newborns died in the past year is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 21, at the Memory Garden by the third pond on the Reid campus in Richmond.

Wash your hands! Virus outbreak, flu season good reasons for precautions (9-18-2014)
Wash your hands! This, along with other basic precautions, is one of the best ways to avoid getting or spreading illnesses like a severe respiratory virus that is receiving national attention – and also a good way to prevent and reduce the spreading of seasonal flu, Reid officials say.

Reid Community Benefit grants more than $160,000 to area groups (9-17-2014)
Ten community organizations in the region are the recipients of more than $160,000 in Reid Community Benefit grants aimed at addressing prioritized health needs of access to care, mental health and substance abuse, and physical activity, nutrition and wellness.

Reid Oncology Associates receives special quality certification (9-12-2014)
Reid Oncology Associates has been recognized by the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI®) Certification Program, an affiliate of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). The QOPI® Certification Program provides a three-year certification for outpatient hematology-oncology practices that meet the highest standards for quality cancer care.

Reid presentation September 15 about hoarding disorder (9-11-2014)
Compulsive hoarding is the topic at the next My Reid Wellness update, a free continuing series at Reid.

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