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Brookings Health System has expanded its sleep diagnostics services by offering at-home sleep studies.
Brookings Health System invites the public to tour the new Ambulance Station and Education Center, located at 2300 Yorkshire Drive, on Friday, Feb. 22 from 4 to 8 p.m. during an open house.
Thanks to a grant from the Brookings Rotary Club to Brookings Health System Foundation, each baby born in 2019 at Brookings Hospital will receive the booklet, “The Brain Game: Fun Ways to Help Your Baby’s Mind Grow.”
The Neighborhoods at Brookview is one of 55 South Dakota nursing homes to recently become a Music & Memory® Certified Care Organization. Music & Memory helps to improve dementia and person-centered care using personalized music experiences.
Dr. Lorelee Stock, M.D., and Physician Assistant Jason Domagalski, PA-C, recently joined the team at Brookings Hospital’s emergency room.
ENT Specialist Dr. Thomas Tamura, M.D., and Audiologist Dr. Holly Ralston, Au.D., of Midwest Ear, Nose and Throat will begin seeing patients at Brookings Health System’s outreach specialty clinic on January 16.
Baby boy Hussein Sari arrived this morning at 5:02 a.m., making him the first baby of 2019 born at Brookings Hospital.
Brookings Health System Foundation recently received a $25,000 3M grant from the 3M Capital Investments 2018 program in support of the new Ambulance Station and Education Center currently being constructed along Yorkshire Drive.
The December activity calendar for The Neighborhoods at Brookview is filled with Bible studies and worship services at the Chapel, music time in the Great Room, and of course, Friday afternoon bingo. But there are two magical days this December that nursing home residents and staff alike look forward to: Dec. 5 and 6, the days of the Resident Christmas Store.