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Programs

Cardiac Rehab Support Group
The support group meets the third Tuesday of each month at the Newman Young Clinic Lobby, 821 Burke Street. For more information, call 620-223-8581.
Cardiac Rehab patients are invited to attend specialized classes for their educational needs. Session topics and dates will be provided to them by their physician. Cancer Support Group
The support group meets the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Senior Health Office, Newman Young Building, 710 W. 8th. For more information, call 620-223-8581.

Diabetes Support Group
The support group meets the second Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Fort Scott Family Physicians office, 403 Woodland Hills Blvd. For more information, call 620-223-8042.

Grief Support Group
The support group meets the first Thursday of each month at 5 p.m. at the Pleasanton Family Practice office. For more information call 913-352-8379.

Blood Pressure Screenings
Free blood pressure screenings are provided for our customers. For times and locations, please call 620-223-8090.

Daybreak
This respite program for caregivers is offered every Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Senior Health Office, Newman Young Building, 710 W. 8th. For more information, call 620-223-8094.

Reach to Recovery Services
For information on this support service for breast cancer patients, call 620-223-7028.

Mercy Focus On Health
This radio program featuring doctors and staff discussing various health topics, airs every Wednesday at 7:15 a.m. on KMDO/KOMB 103.9 FM. For more information or to request a topic, call 620-223-7026.

Independence Programs

Diabetic Support Group
The support group meets the second Thursday of each month at Mercy Hospital, 800 W. Myrtle. For more information call 620-332-3250.

Alzheimer’s Support Group
This support group his under development, and a regular meeting schedule has not yet been set. For more information, call 620-332-1800 or 620-332-3250.

Great Mercy Melt Down
A newly formed weight loss group that meets weekly on Wednesday, at Mercy Hospital, 800 W. Myrtle. For more information, call 620-3321-3250.

Reach to Recovery Services
For information on this support service for breast cancer patients, call 620-332-3212. 

Mercy Health Matters/Ask the Expert
This radio program featuring doctors and staff discussing various health topics, airs every Tuesday at 8:10 a.m. on KGGF 690 AM. For more information or to request a topic, call 620-330-8237.

Mercy Health Center Foundation was founded in April 1988 with the purpose of securing the health care needs for the residents of Fort Scott and the surrounding region as provided by Mercy. The Board of Trustees is comprised of community leaders entrusted with the responsibility to receive and obtain gifts and property of all kinds and to manage and supervise these assets in support of the care and relief of the sick. Over the years, the Foundation has enabled the purchase of numerous pieces of hospital equipment and has established a healthy endowment to meet future needs. Most recently, the Foundation concluded a successful $2.1 million capital campaign in support of the construction of the new Mercy Health Center.

Your workouts will be more fun and productive if you feel comfortable in your workout clothes. In our Pro Shop, you’ll find the latest workout apparel and sportswear. If you’re new to exercise and would like help putting together your workout gear, give us a call or stop by. And if you ever forget anything at home, check with us – we probably have it here!

Health for Life also carries a full line of athletic braces and supports, heart rate monitors and other items designed to aid you in your active lifestyle.

The Mid-Continental Restoration CO. warehouse rocked as 640 people partied at the 15th annual Capture the Spirit Gala.

According to Carla Bryant, Mercy’s Marketing & Development director money raised from the Gala totaled about $49,000, and proceeds will go toward the purchase of a Mammotome Breast Biospy System. “Just think, to have this kind of response in a community of 8,500 people and a county of 15,500 is incredible,” she said as she surveyed the crowd filling the warehouse converted just a few hours earlier into a Latin night club.

In addition to the $49,000 generated by gala donations, Farmer said a particularly generous donation of $10,000 had come in just the day before from Joe and Billie Stephan of Corsicana, Texas. Joe Stephan is the brother of Sister Charlene Stephan, who served as a nurse at Mercy Hospital until her retirement in 1989.

At 10 p.m., Gala promotion organizer Kale Nelson stepped up to the microphone as the “wheel of fortune” was spun to see whose raffle number would win them a trip to the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas. The room went quiet in anticipation as the brightly colored disc spun and stopped on 134, and Jim Scott walked up to accept his prize. Another lucky number belonged to Tom Horner, Lawrence, who won an $80 dinner at the Range Steakhouse at Harrah’s Casino in KC.

Throughout the evening, guests supped on spicy skewered shrimp, Baron of beef and desserts such as chocolate cheesecake or bread pudding smothered in caramel sauce.


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