FOOD SAFETY - DONNA KRAJICEK, DIETARY COORDINATOR
Food borne illness is a common, costly, sometimes life threatening — yet largely preventable — public health problem. In this podcast, Donna Krajicek, Dietary Coordinator for CCMH, talks about food borne illnesses - what they are, who is at risk, and how they can be prevented.
COVID-19 UPDATE - HEATHER RASMUSSEN, MSN
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, CCMH continues to encourage everyone to sanitize their hands, cover their cough, wear a facemask in public, and socially distance from others. Heather Rasumussen, MSN, Executive Director of Care Integration, and Chief Infection Control Officer, discusses the latest information on COVID-19 at CCMH.
FIREWORKS SAFETY - CORI RAYEVICH, PARAMEDIC
With the 4th of July rapidly approaching, and fireworks stands open for business, the safety concerns for using fireworks is a timely topic. Cori Rayevich, Paramedic for the Crawford County Memorial Hospital Ambulance services, discusses how to keep people safe from injury when using fireworks.
JUNE IS SAFETY MONTH -- JOHN MC MULLEN, DIRECTOR OF PLANT OPERATIONS
We all face risks throughout our lives. The fact is, unintentional injuries have been increasing for decades and are now the 3rd leading cause of death in the U.S. John McMullen, Director of Plant Operations at CCMH, discusses safety issues and how to prevent injuries. CCMH encourages everyone to keep each other safe during National Safety Month.
SENIOR HEALTH AND FITNESS - JILL KIERSCHT, ARNP, MSN
Senior Health and Fitness month is a great time to get back to basics for diet and exercise. Jill Kierscht, ARNP, MSN is a medical provider at CCMH and a Generontologist. Gerentology is the scientifc study of old age, the process of aging, and the particular problems of older people. In this podcast, Jill discussed the need for seniors to pay attention to their diet, and the importance of exercise as we age.
Occupational Therapy: Living Life to Its Fullest
Occupational therapy helps millions of people regain and build skills that are important for their health, well-being, security and happiness. On today's podcast, Lisa Weber, an Occupational Therapist at Crawford County Memorial Hospital, discusses why occupational therapy is important and how it can help improve a person's quality of life.