WHAT: CRMC's volunteer auxiliary, the Partners, are hosting a presentation titled, "Be Stroke Aware". This presentation will educate on the prevention, recognition and treatment of stroke and discuss how Capital Region Medical Center, now a Level II Designated Stroke Center, can serve patients every step of the way.
WHO: Jeff Ehmke, D.O. Emergency Room Physician at Capital Region Medical Center
WHEN: Thursday, May 24 from 5:30 to 6:30 PM.
WHERE: Tunnell/Wherritt Community Room, Capital Region Medical Center, 1125 Madison St., Jefferson City, MO
HOW: The presentation is free, but space is limited. To register, call 573.632.5593 or click here. Light refreshments will be served, compliments of CRMC's volunteer auxiliary, the Partners.
About Capital Region Medical Center
Capital Region Medical Center, located in Jefferson City, Mo. is an affiliate hospital of University of Missouri Health Care, and encompasses a full service hospital, a comprehensive cancer program at Goldschmidt Cancer Center and an expansive clinic system covering eight counties. Within the hospital, the Inpatient Rehabilitation Center is one of the few accredited hospital-based rehabilitation centers in the state. From prenatal and obstetric care to orthopaedic and cardiovascular services, Capital Region provides innovative health care, advancing its mission to improve the health and wellness of the people and communities it serves. For more information, visit www.crmc.org.
About the Partners
The staff at Capital Region Medical Center considers the volunteer auxiliary, known as the Partners, to be one of the hospitals greatest assets. The Partners members use their time and talents in many ways to help the hospital better serve our community. Partners members assist Capital Region staff by volunteering in the hospital, serving on special ad hoc committees and assuming leadership roles in the Partners organization. There are currently more than 400 Partners members, including more than 200 active volunteers. They dedicate tens of thousands of hours to Capital Region Medical Center each year.