Meet Our Financial Counselor

Meet Our Financial Counselor

My name is Pam Theesfeld and I am the Patient Financial Counselor at Windom Area Health. My job duties include helping out our patients apply for and navigate our internal financial assistance application program at the hospital, setting up payment plans for patients, as well as assisting with applying for Medical Assistance. Windom Area Health …

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Dyslexia: Early Indicators

Dyslexia: Early Indicators

What is Dyslexia? Dyslexia is a language disability. This condition (which is remedial) makes it difficult for a person to read, write, spell, compute, organize, and comprehend despite adequate intelligence and conventional instruction. Indicators to Watch For: Some or all of the following characteristics will be present in an individual with Dyslexia: Difficulty in learning …

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Gardening for Life

Gardening For Life

This time of year, many of us are looking forward to getting outside to enjoy the fresh air and sunshine. After sitting inside during the long cold winter, it is time to get the yard into shape and to get the garden planted. These activities can be great exercise and very rewarding, however they can …

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Sleeping With Insomnia

Sleeping with Insomnia

Who doesn’t enjoy seeing springtime come bouncing around the corner. The snow is melting, the temperatures are getting warmer and the thoughts of winter are almost forgotten. The best part yet is that magical night when we all get to set our clocks ahead. Ah, daylight savings time is finally here. The benefit of having …

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Go Green All Year Round

Go Green All Year Round

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, so it is time to think green. Green doesn’t just belong in your wardrobe, but in your kitchen. There are several nutritional benefits to adding green produce into your daily diet. I challenge you to include more green produce into your diet in the month of March …

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