Memorial Podcasts

Memorial Podcasts

Memorial Podcasts

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Thursday, June 12, 201406/12/2014

Janet Schmidt – bariatric surgery and sleep apnea

Janet Schmidt is a bariatric surgery patient from Springfield.

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Thursday, June 5, 201406/05/2014

Brian Daugherty – Bariatric Surgery

Brian Daugherty is a bariatric surgery patient from Rochester.

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Tuesday, May 27, 201405/27/2014

Becky Gabany – hospice volunteers

Becky Gabany is the volunteer and community education coordinator for Memorial Home Services Hospice.

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Thursday, May 22, 201405/22/2014

Gabriel Stinson – SportsCare’s Women’s Biathlon

Gabriel Stinson is a sports enhancement specialist with Memorial’s SportsCare.

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Monday, May 12, 201405/12/2014

Dr. Ray Redick – men and depression

Dr. Ray Redick is a therapist with Memorial Counseling Associates.

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Thursday, May 8, 201405/08/2014

Teresa Reiser – FAST test

Teresa Reiser is a physical therapist and director of neurosciences and rehabilitation for Memorial Medical Center

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Thursday, May 1, 201405/01/2014

Ben Yamnitz – Suicide

Ben Yamnitz is a licensed clinical social worker and director of the West Lake Center for Mental Health Centers of Central Illinois, an affiliate of Memorial Health System and one of the largest providers of behavioral health services in central Illinois. May is Mental Health Awareness Month.

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Thursday, April 24, 201404/24/2014

Rachel Bounds – Organ Donors

Rachel Bounds is a registered nurse with the Alan G. Birtch Center for Transplant Services at Memorial Medical Center.

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Tuesday, April 15, 201404/15/2014

Frank “Tanker” Wade – Spring Training

Frank “Tanker” Wade is manager of Memorial Medical Center’s SportsCare.

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Thursday, April 10, 201404/10/2014

Dr. Max Hammer – free community event about the health benefits of bariatric surgery

Dr. Max Hammer is medical director of Memorial Bariatric Services and a general and bariatric surgeon with Springfield Clinic who is board certified in obesity medicine.

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