Family & Friends CPR offers the opportunity to learn basic CPR in a group environment. Participants will learn adult, child and infant CPR/AED & relief of choking skills. Get a listing of our CPR classes.
Practicing at Grant Regional Community Clinic, Terrill provides family practice with special interests in women's health, diabetes, depression/anxiety, orthopedics and ImPACT. She is accepting new patients.
Practicing at Grant Regional Community Clinic, Huebschman provides both family practice as well as obstetric services to residents of the community. She enjoys working with all generations from young mothers and their babies to grandparents.
As a family practice physician, LaMantia specializes in you. She focuses on the whole person and will see you in the hospital, clinic or even nursing home.
As a nurse practitioner, Laurie diagnoses and treats common health problems, performs physical exams, monitors diseases, and performs minor office procedures. Laurie specializes as a Family Nurse Practitioner so she can care for patients of all age groups.
Binsfeld specializes in orthopedic surgery and has interests in arthroscopic rotator cuff repair, total knee, hip and shoulder replacement, arthroscopic knee and surgical and non-surgical fracture care.
Gynecological Surgeon and Women's Wellness. Welcoming new patients!
Specializing in women's health issues including infertility,
urinary and menstruation concerns.
Muench has been a physician assistant for 12 years. She works with the expert team at Grant Regional Health Center to provide the best care possible to her patients.
Skin cancer is now the most common cancer in the United States. While the disease can affect anyone,
some people are more vulnerable than others.
The arrival of a new baby is a cause for celebration. But for many new moms, this joy is tempered by feelings of sadness, fear, anxiety or anger.
Though there's no sure way to predict your exact delivery date, you can get a close estimate. Knowing your due date can help you plan for your baby's arrival.
Body mass index (BMI) is the most commonly used guideline for healthy body weight in adults. It's calculated by dividing weight (in kilograms)
by height (in meters squared).
Exercise is a great way to burn calories and lose weight. Calculate how many calories you're burning with daily activities.