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NEWS & NOTES

Update on Surgeries and Procedures

In an effort to respond to COVID-19 and shorten the duration of the outbreak, Stoughton Health is postponing non-life threatening, non-urgent surgeries, and hospital procedures. Care teams are reaching out to affected patients. The health and safety of our patients,...

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Cancellations

Consistent with Public Health Madison and Dane County recommendations to practice social distancing and heighten prevention of COVID-19, Stoughton Health is cancelling upcoming community education classes, special events and support groups. Stoughton Health is working...

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Parkinson’s Exercise Program in Oregon and Stoughton

Improve function, mobility, quality of life and reduce falls in a fun atmosphere! Weekly exercise classes are led by Stoughton Hospital Physical Therapists to help people diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease start to feel and function better. Living well starts here!...

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McFarland State Bank Gives Hospital Keys to Gifted Property

Stoughton Hospital President/CEO Dan DeGroot received the keys to the former bank branch office located at 3162 County Highway B in the Town of Pleasant Springs.  Chairman and CEO of McFarland State Bank, E. David Locke, Michael Moderski, President and Chief Operating...

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McFarland State Bank Gifts Property to Stoughton Hospital

McFarland State Bank has a rich history of giving back to the community. That history continues with its recent gift of property to Stoughton Hospital.  The building is located at 3162 County Highway B in the Town of Pleasant Springs and was a former branch office for...

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Stoughton Hospital Receives Dental Grant

Stoughton Hospital is partnering with Children’s Dental Center of Madison to provide outpatient pediatric dental care and restoration for young children ages three and up with severe decay, anxiety or special needs that would be unable to tolerate dental procedures in...

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Vaping Linked to Severe Lung Disease

Health Alert: Public Health Madison & Dane County (PHMDC) is urging residents to stop using vape or e-cigarette products immediately. As of September 5, there are 34 confirmed cases of Wisconsin residents hospitalized for severe lung disease and damage from...

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Main Street Temporary Road Closure

Monday, August 19th to Friday, August 30th Please allow more time if you have an appointment at Stoughton Hospital or the Stoughton Rehab Clinic Temporary Road Closure on W. Main Street (HWY 51) from Van Buren Street to Page Street Due to storm and sanitary sewer...

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Wisconsin Shares for Child Care Assistance

As a parent, you want your child to be happy, safe and well cared for. Child care is expensive, and for some families, help is available.  If you need help paying for child care while you work, Wisconsin Shares could help! Wisconsin Shares helps income-eligible...

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Cooling Centers

2019 Cooling Centers Dane County Belleville – Library – 130 S. Vine St – (608) 424-1812 Black Earth – Library – 1210 Mills St – (608) 767-4905 Deerfield – Library – 12 W. Nelson St. – (608) 764-8102 DeForest – Senior Center – 505 North Main Street – (608) 846-9469...

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Stoughton Hospital Serving the Community

  On Tuesday, June 4th the Stoughton Hospital Rehabilitation Services team spent the afternoon volunteering at Three Gaits, Inc. Three Gaits is a therapeutic horsemanship center located in Stoughton with the mission to provide equine-assisted therapies that...

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May is Better Speech and Hearing Month!

Lea Ann Worachek, a speech therapist through the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative, provides speech therapy at Stoughton Hospital.  She holds a Master’s of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, a Certificate of...

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Food & Nutrition Services is Recognized for “Going Green”

The Louis Pasteur Award for Performance Improvement* was presented to Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) for their work on reducing supply costs by going green.  FNS received feedback from customers indicating they would like an alternative to single-use Styrofoam and...

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New Technology for Vein Treatment

Dr. Aaron Schwaab, General Surgeon, treats many patients in the Wound Care Clinic for painful leg ulcers. Many of these ulcers are a symptom of Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI) a condition in which the leg veins are damaged and regular blood circulation is impaired....

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Stoughton Hospital Receives Community Engagement Award

Stoughton Hospital was awarded a $500 Quarles & Brady – RWHC Community Engagement Award for its dementia friendly community collaborations. Stoughton Hospital has taken a leading role with the Dementia Friendly Stoughton Coalition which supports the unique needs...

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