by Thomas Haus, M.D., Family Medicine When you realize you don’t feel well after getting the COVID-19 vaccine, tell yourself, “This is a good and healthy response!” Changing your mindset may help get you through a few days of pain and discomfort. Vaccines, including the vaccine created to protect against COVID-19, work by making the...
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Patients of GRHS will be called when they’re eligible for the vaccine and to schedule an appointment. We are optimistic that we'll get more vaccines in the future - for now, here's the latest.
Although strep commonly affects children, anyone can get it and, if left untreated, it can be more serious than you might think.
Glacial Ridge is hopeful that we'll soon be allocated vaccines on a consistent basis and look forward to assisting with getting the COVID vaccine to more of the community.
Glacial Ridge hospital and clinics are experiencing a high volume of phone calls inquiring about getting the COVID-19 vaccine. In an effort to continue to serve all patient needs, Glacial Ridge patients are encouraged to follow these steps to get the latest information on vaccine opportunities.
Without enough hours of uninterrupted sleep, you may experience daytime tiredness, weight gain, brain fog, or other sleep-related symptoms. For many common sleep disorders, treatment is available.
We are glad so many people want to get the vaccine as soon as they can to protect themselves and others! We understand your questions. Please understand it will take some time to vaccinate everyone who wants to be vaccinated for COVID-19. GRHS and local public health agencies will continue to share information, including when...
A new procedure offers patients suffering from chronic acid reflux, also known as GERD, permanent relief with minimal downtime. At Glacial Ridge Center for Surgical Care, the LINX is a great option for many.
Eliana Kea was the first baby born in 2021 at Glacial Ridge Hospital in Glenwood. Eliana, who weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and measured 19 3/4 inches long, was born at 10:48 a.m. on January 4 to proud parents Kiara Quade and Brady Nelson from Belgrade. Pictured in back are midwife Jessie van der Hagen, CNM, CNP (left) who...
“This is a remarkable accomplishment for science,” said Dr. Schlueter as he received the first COVID vaccine administered at Glacial Ridge Hospital, Glenwood, MN.