9th Annual Move for the Cure 5K Walk/Run

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Move For The Cure 5K Walk/Run

Clay County Hospital is proud to announce its support in increasing awareness of the importance of prevention, early detection and treatment of breast cancer. CCH encourages the community to work together by participating on Saturday, October 13th during our 9th annual “Move For The Cure 5K Walk/Run.” All proceeds will be donated to the Clay County Cancer Support Group & Clay County Crusaders where 100% of their donations go to Clay County residents. Race starts at 8AM from FES (FLORA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL). The 2018 Health and Wellness Expo will follow at 9:30am in the FES gym. Final registration begins at 7:30 A.M. at the FES (FLORA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL).

Register Today! Download the Register Form.

Please return the registration form and the signed liability waiver along with your $25 registration form fee to Clay County Hospital Radiology Dept. Attn Tisha Kitley 911 Stacy Burk Drive, Flora, IL 62839 by Sept. 29th. Late entries will be accepted the day of the race, but t-shirts may not be available.

Invite your family and friends to come and join us in supporting our community in the fight against breast cancer. Please join us for this great day! Download event details letter.

Become a Sponsor

We are looking for sponsors to assist in our event. Download the Sponsorship Form.
*Please submit no later than Oct 2nd.

Contact Information

Mail to Clay County Hospital
ATTN: Radiology Dept Tisha Kitley
911 Stacy Burk Drive
Flora, IL 62839
Phone: 618-662-1636
Fax: 618-662-1489

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    3 days ago

    Clay County Hospital and Medical Clinics

    Clay County Hospital and Medical Clinic employees would like to extend a BIG THANK YOU to our Auxiliary Volunteers for the wonderful employee appreciation day! The Auxiliary holds this event for our employees every year! We had many yummy food choices throughout the day as well as several gift drawings! We appreciate our Auxiliary volunteers for all that they do for us and our patients!
    Photo caption: L-R - Barbara Fornear Beck, Auxiliary employee appreciation organizer, Betty Fornear, CCH employees - Alisa Christy, Christina Gould and Jason Hayes.
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    Thank you! It was all wonderful and really appreciated ♥️

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    Did you know that we perform PFTS (Pulmonary Function Test) in our Cardiopulmonary Department? PFTs are a noninvasive test that show how well the lungs are working. They include tests that measure lung volume and air flow, such as spirometry and lung volume test. This test takes about 45 minutes to one hour. However, testing time may vary for each patient. To make an appointment, contact the Cardiopulmonary Department by calling 618-662-2131.

    Konnie Heiden, RRT
    Cardiopulmonary Manager
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    🤓 FRIDAY FUN FACT 🤓
Did you know that we perform PFTS (Pulmonary Function Test) in our Cardiopulmonary Department? PFTs are a noninvasive test that show how well the lungs are working. They include tests that measure lung volume and air flow, such as spirometry and lung volume test. This test takes about 45 minutes to one hour. However, testing time may vary for each patient. To make an appointment, contact the Cardiopulmonary Department by calling 618-662-2131.

Konnie Heiden, RRT
Cardiopulmonary Manager

    4 days ago

    Clay County Hospital and Medical Clinics

    This November, celebrate Diabetes Awareness Month by encouraging everyone in your family to take a closer look at their diet and exercise habits. It's better to know than wonder. Take this risk test in one minute, to find out if
    you're one of the 1 in 3 American adults with prediabetes. Visit
    www.DoIHavePrediabetes.org/take-the-risk-test

    If you’re concerned about diabetes or pre-diabetes, we can help! Join Jen Henson Wednesday, November 28th at 12:00 in the hospital conference room for our monthly Diabetes Support Group! We hope to see you there!
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    This November, celebrate Diabetes Awareness Month by encouraging everyone in your family to take a closer look at their diet and exercise habits. Its better to know than wonder. Take this risk test in one minute, to find out if
youre one of the 1 in 3 American adults with prediabetes. Visit
www.DoIHavePrediabetes.org/take-the-risk-test

If you’re concerned about diabetes or pre-diabetes, we can help! Join Jen Henson Wednesday, November 28th at 12:00 in the hospital conference room for our monthly Diabetes Support Group! We hope to see you there!
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