Ripon Medical Center’s new private patient rooms will be housed on the second floor. The new hospital will feature 18 private patient rooms, including 14 medical/surgical, three Intensive Care Unit (one acuity adaptable) and two labor/delivery/recovery and postpartum rooms.
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Advent invites us to hope. The message of hope speaks to all who wait in darkness, giving them strength to endure in difficult times. In the Hebrew Scriptures the people trust their God to save them. The New Testament reveals the fullness of all that has been promised. The prophets’ words and the angels’ messages [...]
When people die, what happens next? Many of us have heard that good people go to heaven and bad people go to hell. Is that it? What is purgatory, anyway? Bishop Don shares some great info with us about life’s next chapter. Based upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1020).
The new Ripon Medical Center Emergency Department will feature natural lighting and will see a dramatic change in its total square footage. Currently, the Emergency Department is 5,000 square feet. In the new facility, it will house a total of 9,000 square feet with a separate ambulance bay.
The new Ripon Medical Center, located on the city’s east side, is ready to progress during the cold winter months as final preparations are underway to enclose the facility and move all work inside. Construction progress is on schedule as Ripon Medical Center works toward completion by late October, early November 2014. All external walls [...]
The new dining and commons area at Ripon Medical Center will be inviting, open and offer a stunning view of an adjacent pond. Natural lighting is an important addition at the new facility, helping to enhance the overall healing environment for patients and their families.
For many of us, dealing with death is difficult. No matter the circumstances, it’s often hard to say “goodbye” to those we love. In this episode, Bishop Don explains that for followers of Christ, death really isn’t the end. Based upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1005, 1021).
We cannot thank our supporters enough! More than 500 dancers, 1,000 pink gloves, and two weeks of voting later… the results are in. The Agnesian HealthCare and Fond du Lac Family YMCA 2013 Pink Glove Dance video ranked 18th nationwide! Nationwide! We like to think our small community in rural Wisconsin has made the cheeseheads [...]
Ripon Medical Center’s first floor, near the wellness center, will feature therapy services offered by the Sports, Spine & Work Center. The area will be inviting with natural lighting through picturesque windows. Adjacency to the wellness center will be a positive feature as therapy patients can transition from treatment at the Sports, Spine & Work [...]
As Catholics, we’re often asked about the role that saints have in our lives. Is praying to them the same as worshiping them? What does it mean for them to “intervene” for us? In this latest C4: Ignite Your Catholic Faith, Bishop Don Hying explains the many ins and outs of being a saint … [...]
- Agnesian HealthCare enhances on-line health management web site December 4, 2013
- Agnesian HealthCare to sponsor ‘Celebration of Remembrance’ December 2, 2013
- Agnesian HealthCare, Fond du Lac High School collaborating on healthy messages December 2, 2013
- WMH Auxiliary learns about breast health coordinator role December 2, 2013
- Agnesian HealthCare panel works to ‘demystify’ healthcare insurance reform November 27, 2013
- WMH Auxiliary embraces patient, hospital needs November 26, 2013
- Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary hosts bake, craft sale and silent auction November 26, 2013