Campbell County Hospital District

Campbell County Hospital District

Founded:
1975

Campbell County Hospital District

Founded:
1975
  • Oct 11 at 6:00 PM
    Dr. Robert Neuwirth is an internal medicine doctor and kidney specialist at Campbell County Medical Group Nephrology and Complex Medicine. The Clinic just added two new providers: nurse practitioners Amy Hawk and Anne Jones. The three of them are now accepting new adult patients who are looking for a comprehensive approach to primary care called the medical home model, which means we all collaborate as a team to help you make informed decisions about your health. Interested? Call Nephrology and Complex Medicine today at 307.688.3535. The Clinic is now open Monday-Friday from 8 am-5 pm, and same day appointments can be scheduled. Learn more at www.cchwyo.org/kidney.
  • Oct 4 at 5:20 PM
    In our Fall 2017 edition of Health Matters, we asked members of our medical staff to answer some common questions they hear from their patients. Check out what Dr. Hollie Stewart, Campbell County Medical Group Pediatrics, had to say about, "How often should my child see their pediatrician?" in today 's blog: http://bit.ly/2wxP4Pc A: Its important that your child have all of their required vaccinations on time, and infants and toddlers usually have several well child visits during the first few years of life. After age three, all children should have a yearly well child check with a healthcare provider that includes assessment of their growth, development and a physical exam. Seeing your child every year instead of just when they're sick gives us the opportunity to focus on identifying any potential problems and prevention. Teenagers need annual well child visits too. Their worlds are changing very quickly and they often have many questions that we can help with. Hollie Stewart, MD practices at Campbell County Medical Group Pediatrics in the Main Clinic on the south side of Campbell County Memorial Hospital. Call 307.688.3636 for an appointment. Learn more at www.cchwyo.org/peds.
  • Aug 12 at 4:00 PM
    Ever wonder where the line between emergency and urgent care falls? Sometimes, its hard to tell. As a general rule of thumb, go to the CCMH Emergency Department (ED) when it seems life threatening, like a heart attack or poisoning. Go to the Campbell County Medical Group Walk-in Clinic when it is serious but not life threatening, and needs to be seen today, not tomorrow. Remember, call 911 if the situation seems immediately life threatening. Your family doctor can also direct you to the right place for care. For more information, please visit www.cchwyo.org/edorwic. Remember: An urgent care center like the CCMG Walk-in Clinic & Occupational Health is not a replacement for your primary care provider or the CCMH Emergency Department. Please visit www.cchwyo.org/findadoc for information on primary care providers in the Campbell County, Wyoming area.
  • Aug 9 at 4:00 PM

Oct 11, 6:00 PM

Dr. Robert Neuwirth is an internal medicine doctor and kidney specialist at Campbell County Medical Group Nephrology and Complex Medicine. The Clinic just added two new providers: nurse practitioners Amy Hawk and Anne Jones. The three of them are now accepting new adult patients who are looking for a comprehensive approach to primary care called the medical home model, which means we all collaborate as a team to help you make informed decisions about your health. Interested? Call Nephrology and Complex Medicine today at 307.688.3535. The Clinic is now open Monday-Friday from 8 am-5 pm, and same day appointments can be scheduled. Learn more at www.cchwyo.org/kidney.

Oct 4, 5:20 PM

In our Fall 2017 edition of Health Matters, we asked members of our medical staff to answer some common questions they hear from their patients. Check out what Dr. Hollie Stewart, Campbell County Medical Group Pediatrics, had to say about, "How often should my child see their pediatrician?" in today 's blog: http://bit.ly/2wxP4Pc A: Its important that your child have all of their required vaccinations on time, and infants and toddlers usually have several well child visits during the first few years of life. After age three, all children should have a yearly well child check with a healthcare provider that includes assessment of their growth, development and a physical exam. Seeing your child every year instead of just when they're sick gives us the opportunity to focus on identifying any potential problems and prevention. Teenagers need annual well child visits too. Their worlds are changing very quickly and they often have many questions that we can help with. Hollie Stewart, MD practices at Campbell County Medical Group Pediatrics in the Main Clinic on the south side of Campbell County Memorial Hospital. Call 307.688.3636 for an appointment. Learn more at www.cchwyo.org/peds.

Aug 12, 4:00 PM

Ever wonder where the line between emergency and urgent care falls? Sometimes, its hard to tell. As a general rule of thumb, go to the CCMH Emergency Department (ED) when it seems life threatening, like a heart attack or poisoning. Go to the Campbell County Medical Group Walk-in Clinic when it is serious but not life threatening, and needs to be seen today, not tomorrow. Remember, call 911 if the situation seems immediately life threatening. Your family doctor can also direct you to the right place for care. For more information, please visit www.cchwyo.org/edorwic. Remember: An urgent care center like the CCMG Walk-in Clinic & Occupational Health is not a replacement for your primary care provider or the CCMH Emergency Department. Please visit www.cchwyo.org/findadoc for information on primary care providers in the Campbell County, Wyoming area.

Aug 9, 4:00 PM

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