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Cottage Health is closely monitoring developments and has isolation precautions in place to provide care for this and other respiratory illnesses.
Cottage Health will be accepting donations of medical supplies in case they are needed in coming weeks.
With COVID-19 in our community, our physicians are seeing a daily increase in the number of patients that require assessment and in some cases testing, and intensive care.
Problems in the sleep/wake cycle happen when the child is not able to fall asleep until very late, sleeps late or sleeps at odd times.
We all hear that teenagers typically do not get enough sleep. Teens need 9 to 9 1/2 hours of sleep each night. The average teen gets only 7 to 7 1/4 hours per night.
To increase convenient access to healthcare, Cottage Health is introducing Cottage Urgent Care, for treatment of minor injuries and illnesses.
Effective March 1, new security measures will include photo identification for visitors.
Nick Henderson has been appointed to Vice President of Support Services for Cottage Health.
Scholarships are made possible by the SYVCH Auxiliary fundraising efforts.
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This course is designed for parents, babysitters and friends who do not require “certification” for employment.
Maria Zate, Manager of Public Relations