Employees from Glacial Ridge Health System (GRHS) presented a check for $10,605 to the local United Way toward their annual LIVE UNITED fundraising drive. This year’s donation goal, set by GRHS’ United Way Committee, was to raise $10,000 with a stretch goal of $10,500. In celebration of achieving their stretch goal, GRHS had a pizza...
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The need is urgent—only 38 percent of the U.S. population is eligible to give while someone in the U.S. needs blood or platelets every two seconds.
Thomas Pahl, Physician Assistant in the Emergency Department in Glenwood, MN was selected as the “2021 PA of the Year” by the Minnesota Academy of Physician Assistants.
Learn about the technology and training that makes better stroke outcomes possible in rural communities. Do you know the acronym B.E.F.A.S.T. to identify signs of a stroke?
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.
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...
“This is a remarkable accomplishment for science,” said Dr. Schlueter as he received the first COVID vaccine administered at Glacial Ridge Hospital, Glenwood, MN.
In addition to doctors prescribing non-opioid medications for patients with chronic or new pain, therapy services takes a comprehensive approach to providing pain relief. These interventions give hope of recovery from chronic pain and are part of a program referred to as the Pain Neuroscience Education + Program.
Thanks to everyone’s generosity, the Auxiliary’s multi-year pledge to pay for the renovation of the speech therapy and occupational therapy areas is complete. Next year’s Harvest Ball is being planned for October 1, 2021.