Archdiocese of Milwaukee

Video Blog: What’s the Church’s Stance on Intimacy?

With so many mixed messages about relationships and intimacy on television, at the movies and online, how do we know what’s right? Click now for more on what the Church says about these deeply personal connections. Based upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church (2331).

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Audio Blog: Dr. Matt Doll discusses new autism services at AHC

Agnesian HealthCare’s Matthew Doll, PhD in Psychology with Doll and Associates, talks about our new autism services and how parents can identify the signs of autism on the KFIZ morning show.  

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Pink Glove Dance Song Revealed

Have you ever heard the phrase, “Dancing to your own beat?” Don’t fear fellow pink-glovers – you will need to dance solo no more! We are thrilled to announce the official song of the Agnesian HealthCare and the Fond du Lac Family YMCA 2013 Pink Glove Dance, “Carry On” by Fun! “While the song begins […]

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September is National Blood Cancer Awareness Month

Written by:  Ann P Sorgent RN, BSN  Clinical Supervisor – Agnesian Cancer Center Perhaps it is appropriate that September happens to be Blood Cancer Awareness Month since this type of cancer so often seems to strike children as well as adults.  As we ready our children to go back to school, the Leukemia and Lymphoma […]

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Keys to breastfeeding success: Part Two

Written by: Jodi DeMaa, MSN, RNC, IBCLC and Rita Parker, BSN, RN, IBCLC of Agnesian HealthCare Agnesian HealthCare provides a free monthly breastfeeding class, educating couples prenatally. These classes are taught by one of our internationally board certified lactation consultants. After delivery, a lactation consult will make a hospital visit to each of our breastfeeding moms. Once returning […]

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RMC Construction Update: September 3, 2013

Ripon Medical Center first broke ground in September 2012. In April 2013, work began on footings and the foundation following rainy spring weather and state approval of site plans. Since that time, the facility has been progressing quickly. The Emergency Department is currently going up, along with some of the stair shafts. The footings and […]

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Does CPAP improve work productivity?

In fact, it does. People who have sleep apnea are less productive at work, usually due to excessive daytime sleepiness. If you have Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) and have good adherence, there should be a significant improvement in your productivity at work and in your daytimes sleepiness. Those that do not follow the CPAP […]

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