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Kade Jermark photography is on display in the hospital dining room until June 26, 2015. Kade Jermark has accumulated many photographs of different scenes over the span of four years, and continues to capture much more as it is one of his main hobbies.
He is now studying at Bellevue University at Bellevue, Nebraska. His goal is to gain a bachelor’s degree in graphic design. Kade also has interests in music, and plans to participate with the Clay Center City Band after his freshman year of college.
In May, hospitals across the country celebrate National Hospital Week. At Clay County Medical Center employees were treated to an annual barbeque by the hospital’s board of trustees. Our administrator, Austin Gillard, and Board members, Lori Penner, Terri Parry, Jeff Yarrow, Richard Cott and Sandy Fox grilled brats and burgers for the employees.
The theme this year was “Where Miracles Happen Every Day”. We are proud to work with a group of dedicated professionals providing quality care for this community.
SPLISH, SPLASH, KINDERGARTEN BASH
Clay County Medical Center hosted 95 kindergarten students and their teachers for the annual Teddy Bear Clinic on May 8, 2015. The program, which began in 2006, was designed to ease apprehension in children when visiting the hospital by creating a fun and inviting environment. The clinic "admits" teddy bears to the hospital, and through the use of play therapy, the children use their imaginations in describing mock injuries or illnesses of their teddy bears. Read more»
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