The healthcare team on the campus of Greater Regional Medical Center is committed to providing you with quality healthcare to help you regain your optimal level of health.
Greater Regional Medical Center is a state of the art, modern health care facility, with an Intensive Care Unit, Greater Regional Birthing Center, 24 hour Emergency Services, Physicians Clinics, Hospice Home and a fully equipped Surgery Department.
We Support the
Live Healthy Iowa 100 Day Wellness Challenge!
February 2015 Wellness Screening
Cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL, LDL, VLDL, glucose $20
Cholesterol only $ 5
Hemogram (blood count) $10
PSA Screen for detection of Prostate Cancer $20
TSH Screen for detection of Thyroid Disease $10
Hemoglobin A1C (recommend if you are diabetic) $20
12 hour fast is required before testing.
You choose the screening tests you want.
No insurance claims will be filed.
Payment is due at the time of service.
GREATER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
7:00 A.M.—2:00 PM
Please REGISTER at Greater Regional Medical Center MAIN Entrance before presenting to the LAB for the screening.
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY
Special screening offer available during February 201524/7 Fetal Monitoring Expertise
Decision support and remote web access enhances Labor and Delivery outcomes, safety and best practices
Continuing its commitment to deliver safe, quality health outcomes to the Labor and Delivery (L&D) patients of southwest rural Iowa, Greater Regional Medical Center, in Creston, has implemented PeriGen’s PeriCALM® fetal surveillance system.
“With PeriGen’s PeriCALM, the evidence-based decision support system is like having a maternal fetal expert looking over your shoulder throughout the labor process, offering reassurance and consultation when needed,” said Gwen Buck, R.N., Greater Regional’s chief nursing officer. “When we get busy handling multiple deliveries, PeriCALM’s fetal heart monitoring and alert capabilities ensure that we stay on top of all developments. We expect our outstanding quality care for newborns and their mothers to continue and PeriCALM helps assure the highest level of safety.”
With PeriCALM’s remote web access, Greater Regional on-call physicians can log onto the system’s spilt screen to instantly view the mother and baby’s fetal heart tracings in current state and over two hours. They can also access automated, real-time pattern recognition at the bedside. These capabilities allow physicians working remotely to see for themselves the same PeriCALM annotations nurses are seeing, creating more productive conversations. This dialogue empowers the Greater Regional Birthing Center team to make decisions with greater confidence, mitigating the potential for complications and risk.
The Greater Regional Birthing Center typically delivers between 150 and 250 babies annually.
Pictured: Dr. Dan Walker, Dr. Kristin Bolinger, Dr. Karen Krogstad, Jill Breach, ARNP—Certified Mid-wife and Dr. Lonny Miller who all deliver babies at Greater Regional Birthing Center with the new PeriCALM equipment.