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We provide the following in Health Education:

  • Monthly "Lunch & Learn" Education Programs for Public (see website home page for monthly topics as they are announced)
  • Staff Inservices
  • Diabetes & Diabetes Support Group
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Surgical Weight Loss Support Group

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT ADVANCED DIRECTIVES HERE:

What is an advanced directive?

Advance directive is a general term that refers to legal documents that allow you to give instructions about your future medical care in the event you become unable to speak for yourself due to serious illness or incapacity.  Every person over the age of 18 should complete an Advanced Directive.

Where can I get advanced directive forms to complete?

  • Your physician's office
  • Your local hospital
  • You may also contact an attorney

What should I do with my Advanced Directive once it is completed?

Once you have completely filled out your Advanced Directives, you should provide a signed copy to:

  • The person you've designated
  • Your doctor's office
  • Bring a copy with you whenever you are admitted to a hospital.

Will the hospital keep my advance directive on file?

You should bring a copy of your advance directive to the hospital each time you are admitted.  Sometimes, patients change their advance directives, and it is important that we have your most current version.

How can I get more information?

More information is available on advanced directives by contacting the Baraga County Memorial Hospital Social Services Department at 524-3355.


  • Breast Cancer Support Group

           All meetings are from 7-8:30 p.m. and are videoconferenced from

            Marquette General's Cancer Center to Baraga County Memorial

            Hospital's Conference Center.  The group is looking to increase            

            participation, so please consider attending.  The educational topics are

            very informative.  Everyone is welcome.

          2014 Schedule:

          

            January 9th:  "Tips for Dealing with Stress & Anxiety, Partner Support"

            February 13th: "Healthy Eating"

            March 13th: "Prevention and Treatment of Lymphedema"

            April 10th: "Genetics and Breast Cancer"

                 

                      For more information, please contact Danielle Haanpaa, Cancer

                      Patient Care Coordinator at Marquette General at 906-225-4899


 

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