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Cade’s Story

 How hometown care enables Cade to live life as a normal kid. https://youtu.be/X7M0pcfwshM MEDICAL EXCELLENCE – right here at home

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Connie’s Story

Connie Bachel, a longtime employee of Sheridan Memorial Hospital (SMH), contracted COVID-19 in mid-September. Bachel and six of her co-workers at the SMH Urgent Care tested positive for the coronavirus, each exhibiting different symptoms. For the next two weeks, they...

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Denise’s Story

Denise Townsend: Fighting Forward It was pure chance that Denise Townsend’s breast cancer was discovered early. She didn’t have any symptoms, her lump was not detectable through a physical exam and she had not been getting annual mammograms. Cathy Wilson,...

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Geraldine & Larry’s Story

If anyone can compare cancer services in Sheridan, Wyoming years ago to what is available today, it is Geraldine and Larry Roberts. Geraldine had three occurrences of cancer in her right breast in a span of 15 years. The first...

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Healing Through Kindness and Care in TCU

Vera Olson was suffering from more than illness when first admitted into the Transitional Care Unit (TCU) at Sheridan Memorial Hospital in February 2019. On top of experiencing atrial fibrillation and viral sepsis, she was grieving the very recent death...

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Heart Warming Messages About Our Nurses

Some of life’s biggest moments are spent with a nurse. National Nurses Week provides the perfect opportunities to celebrate the nurses who care for us, our friends and our families. They have an important job to do, and we are...

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Janet’s Story

A first-hand account from recent Urgent Care patient, Janet Dale: My recent experience at Urgent Care at Sheridan Memorial Hospital was a very positive one. In early July I noticed a spot on my right shin.  At the time I...

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Jennifer’s Story

Jennifer (Jen) Crouse considers herself somewhat of an authority on how healthcare should be delivered. During her 16-year healthcare career, she served in a number of professional capacities, including hospital administration. But a hospitalization in her youth, for a spinal...

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Kevin’s Story

Sheridan Memorial Hospital takes your health seriously. This inspiring story reminds us that if you think you may be having a heart attack... don't wait and don't take the chance. Call 9-11. It just may save your life. https://youtu.be/LVOdh2X_oJU MEDICAL...

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Larry’s Story

By Larry Certain   February 20, 2021, posted here with his permission. I feel fortunate to live in Sheridan County, and I am sure I'm not alone. Many of the nicest people live in our county, and a large number of...

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Mark’s Story

“The one thing I wanted most after the horse riding accident was to be able to get back to roping.” Mark Ferries https://youtu.be/E5WCEMYzc2M A severe rotator cuff injury…A flawless surgical repair…A determined patient…And WYOMING REHAB helping Mark achieve his goal. MEDICAL...

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SMH cardiologist Dr. Joseph Garcia with Pat Blair

Pat’s Story

Local Journalist, Historian Touts Caring Medical Staff Cardiology care at Sheridan Memorial Hospital is second to none according to local journalist Pat Blair. Pat Blair has experienced more than her share of maladies, from suffering a heart attack to getting...

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Ron’s Story

9-1-1 HEART ATTACK After his heart attack, Ron was given a second chance at life. He was determined not to waste it. https://youtu.be/jS-UzvXIA6w MEDICAL EXCELLENCE – right here at home

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Stacy’s Story

Stacy Windon was a recent patient in Sheridan Memorial Hospital. Below is her experience in her own words. My fiancé and I both work at VA. When the COVID-19 vaccinations became available, I was adamant he receive the vaccine due...

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The Michael And Nancy Naus Story

“9-1-1, What Is Your Emergency?”“I need help! I just found my husband face down on the floor! He is blue in the face and not breathing!” These were frantic words spoken by Nancy Naus, on Sunday, April 19, 2015, after...

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TLC in the TCU

When Mary Skretteberg severely broke her ankle in September 2019, the prescription of a prolonged hospital stay felt like insult added to injury for the 79-year-old. But when she was discharged two months later, she said goodbye to the staff...

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