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Finding the Right Specialist Chiropractic Care Dental Care Physician Clinics Eyecare Rehab & Care Centers

Burning Calories Esophageal Cancer Cardiac Arrest vs. Heart Attack C o p y r i g h t 2 0 1 2 T h e Va l l e y N e w s & T h e H e r a l d - J o u r n a l


MASSAGE THERAPY A natural, healthy course to relaxation


The secure feeling that comes from having dependable equipment, provided by skilled technicians and clinical expertise for all of our patients, can aid in the healing process. Nobody cares more about quality service than Apria Healthcare.



Paula Hayes, LMT Licensed Massage Nationally Certified Therapist


In home healthcare, quality equipment backed by excellent service is of utmost importance to the patient and the patient’s family.

300 Park Avenue, Suite 209, Shenandoah • 712-246-2628

Tabor Manor Care Center & Rehabilitation

• Home Oxygen and Respiratory Therapy Equipment • CPAP Equipment for Sleep Apnea • Beds, Wheelchairs, Walkers and Bath Chairs

APRIA HEALTHCARE 111 Washington, Red Oak, Iowa 51566 Tel: 712-623-5466/800-432-0009 110526-36650

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209 Main Street • Tabor, Iowa 712-629-2645 • Skilled Nursing Care • Respite Care • Day Care • Outpatient Therapy • Beauty Shop • Chapel Services

• Occupational Therapy • Speech and Language Therapy • Pharmacy Consultant • Resident Council • Medicare and Medicaid Certified • Physical Restorative Therapy

Tender, Loving Care Makes The Difference!


“Local company serving patients nationwide”


Techniques Used Are: • Activator - a low force instrument • Soft Tissue Therapy • Manual Adjustments - Drops - Diversified - Gonstead

Dr. Jeffrey McCoy, D.C. Dr. Matthew Potratz, D.C. 813 Church Street, Shenandoah



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W hen someone you care about needs caring for.

They are our mothers. Our fathers. Ourselves. People who have come to see life for the remarkable journey it has been and that is still to come. People who — better than anyone — can help us all find meaning and purpose. At the Good Samaritan Society in Red Oak and Villisca, we believe everyone deserves to feel loved and valued, and to be treated with dignity.

To learn more about our communities, call us at Red Oak (712) 623-3170 or at Villisca (712) 826-9592.

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WilliamShelton,MD FamilyPractice

GerardStanley,Sr.,MD FamilyPractice

“Advancing Exceptional Care”

Meet Your Hometown Medical Staff

JamesStone,MD GeneralSurgeon CRHCSurgeryCenter 712Ͳ542Ͳ8349

BillRichardson,MD FamilyPractice

EffieMartinez ARNP

CrisMeacham ARNP,PhD EmergencyMedicine

EmmanuelSarpong,MD InternalMedicine

RonPederson ARNP

MicheleBjorn ARNP

AutumnMorales,MD Pediatrician& InternalMedicine

AmyWilmes ARNP

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Daily activities can burn calories Some people think they have to spend hours at the gym sweating on the treadmill or elliptical trainer in order to burn calories and lose weight. As it turns out, the things you do every single day could be burning more calories than you realized. Some discipline with your diet and c e r t a i n healthy habits can make the difference for those attempting to lose weight. Getting eight hours of sleep can burn more than 300 calories for the average person. But there's a good chance you are interested in what activities you can do

while awake to help burn calories. Courtesy of Discovery Health and Harvard Medical School, here are common everyday activities and how many calories can be burned depending on weight. These figures are based on a person weighing around 150 pounds and a duration of one hour of activity. ■ Supermarket shopping: Pushing a wagon around the supermarket for an hour can burn 240 calories or more. Up the ante by bagging groceries yourself and packing and unpacking them from the car.

■ Raking leaves: If you spent time manually raking leaves this past fall, you were doing something good for your body. In addition to working several muscle groups, you may have spent 300 calories. ■ Dusting: Spring cleaning is right around the corner, and that can be good news for your health. Dusting alone can burn as much as 160 calories. ■ Cooking: Here's a reason to get fired up about cooking. Making a simple meal can add up to 200 calories lost. Just don't sabotage those lost calories by cooking up a fattening dinner. ■ Moving: Packing and moving may seem like a big task one rarely looks forward to, but carrying boxes can burn 460 calories an hour. Packing, moving and

unpacking yourself may be the diet plan you've been seeking. ■ Painting: Perhaps you've been procrastinating on that house painting project. Here's inspiration to break out the rollers and brushes. Spending an hour painting can burn 350 calories. After several hours applying a primer and then top coat, you may find you painted yourself thinner. ■ Community service: If you want to help the environment and your health, spending time picking up trash from a park or seaside can shed some serious calories -450 an hour. ■ Playing with kids: Engaging in some fun family time can burn around 400 calories. Plus, it's a great way for parents and children to bond.

MICHAEL J. PORTZ, O.D., P.C. JANET WADE, O.D., P.C. “Dignity in Life” is our Mission. We are “Families serving Families”. We succeed by focusing our attention & energies On exceeding expectations with a “Yes, I Can” attitude.

Standing: Jo Meggison, Nancy Gilliland, Trudy Jenkins, Patti Wetterlind, Susan Stevens Seated: Dr. Michael Portz, Dr. Janet Wade


1409 N. Second Street • Red Oak, IA 51566 712-623-5551 Optometry Contact Lenses OFFICE HOURS Emergency Care 24 hours & weekends Red Oak’s full-time optometric practice Locally owned and staffed

M, T, W, F 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Saturday by appointment

When you need us, Either short or long term Our team of friendly faces Will do the best for you Ways we may serve you include Skilled care with therapists on staff For your rehabilitation needs. Hospice services are also available. Stop by for a visit, The coffee is always on. “Life is Good” at Stanton Care Center 213 Halland Avenue • Stanton, Iowa 712-829-2727 120524-43729

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MEDICAL DIRECTORY We Welcome All Persons in Need of Our Services

Serving the Shenandoah community since 1971

Make Yourself at Home Choose Garden View • Private and semi private rooms • Full schedule of activities

Tell your physician or hospital discharge planner that You Choose Garden View.

• Home-like, loving atmosphere

It is your choice!

• Staff of professional caregivers you know and trust

We Now Offer Skilled Care under the Medicare Plan.

GARDEN VIEW CARE CENTER 1200 W. Nishna Road, Shenandoah, IA 51601 712-246-4515 • 120524-46448

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Waubonsie Mental Health Center Serving: Fremont, Montgomery & Page Counties TREATMENT FOR A VARIETY OF MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS... G Life Adjustment Issues G Depression G Anxiety G Serious Mental Illness G

ACCREDITED SERVICES Individual Counseling Marital Counseling G Family Counseling G Psychiatric Evaluations G Psychiatric Medication Checks G Psychological Testing And Evaluations G Co-occuring Disorder Treatment for Mental Health/Substance Abuse Problems G Educational Programs & Seminars G Consultation G Emergency Services G Supported Community Living Services For Persons With Serious Mental Illness G Peer Support Services G


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1800 N. 16th St. Suite 1, Clarinda, Iowa 51632 Phone 1-800-432-1143 or (712) 542-2388 CLARINDA 1800 N. 16th St.

SHENANDOAH 813 Church St. 600 Fremont Ste. 3

RED OAK Montgomery County Memorial Hospital

SIDNEY 710 Illinois St.

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living centers...Redefining healthcare for seniors!

Specializing In Rehab to Home.






Outpatient therapy. Certified lympedema specialist. Secure dementia care neighborhood with certified NCCPD dementia care practitioners and managers on staff. Private rehab suites Long term care Respite care Dementia respite care

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Housekeeping and laundry services provided On site salon and spa services Out patient therapy services on site All utilities paid (includes cable) Home Health Welcome

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Michael Kent Webb

• Free Hearing Aid Evaluations • Hearing Instrument Sales/Service • Guaranteed lowest prices on any prescribed hearing instrument • Diagnostic Hearing Examinations • Industrial Hearing Conservation • Ear Protections • FREE Lifetime Maintenance Service Plan • FREE 2-year Full Warranty on Prescription Hearing Instruments • FREE 1-year Accident Insurance • Medicare Provider



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115 South Elm (712) 246-3150

110 W. Washington (712) 542-5831

421 E. Broadway Suite B (712) 322-1885

14 N. Walnut (800) 458-4413

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Homee & Heart Like getting a little help from your friend.

There are times that you might wish you had a little help shopping, cooking, chores, laundry, gardening and even small repairs and more. As active, vibrant seniors ourselves, we can help out like a friend giving you an extra hand. Try us out and see how much joy we can add to each other’s lives.

For the help you want at a price you can afford®

Serving SE Nebraska, SW Iowa © 2011

Seniors Helping Seniors. Each office is independently owned and operated. All trademarks are registered trademarks of Corporate Mutual Resources Inc. Not all services are available in all areas.

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What to know about esophageal cancer Experts predict that roughly 17,000 new cases of esophageal cancer will be diagnosed in the U.S. and 2,000 cases in Canada this year, according to the American Cancer Society and the Canadian Digestive Health Foundation. Although not as prevalent as some other cancers, cancer of the esophagus is a concern for many men, who are more likely than women to be affected. Despite its prevalence, esophageal cancer remains relatively under the radar among the general public. Anatomy of the esophagus The esophagus is a hollow tube that connects the mouth to the stomach and the remainder of the digestive system. It lies just behind the trachea and in front of the spine. Food that is chewed and swallowed will travel down this muscular tube -which averages 10 to 13 inches long in most adults -- until it reaches the stomach to start the

digestion process. Called the upper esophageal sphincter, this is a muscle that relaxes to open and allow food to enter. At the bottom of the esophagus is the area that connects the esophagus to the stomach, known as the gastroesophageal, or GE, junction. Part of the lower esophagus is the lower esophageal sphincter, which regulates the flow of food into the stomach and prevents stomach acid from entering the esophagus. Inside of the esophagus are different layers. The first layer is the mucosa, which has different layers of its own. The innermost layer of the esophagus is the epithelium, which is made up of flat, thin cells called squamous cells. This layer is where most cancers of the esophagus begin, according to the ACS. The other layers of the esophagus are the submucosa, muscularis propria

and the adventitia. These layers are largely made up of connective tissue, muscles, nerves, and blood vessels. In many cases, the cancer will begin in the inner-most layer of the esophagus (mucosa) and work its way outward. However, the cancer can occur anywhere. Risk factors for esophageal cancer There are no definitive causes of esophageal caner, but doctors surmise that chronic irritation of the esophagus may contribute to the mutation of DNA, which leads to the presence of abnormal cancer cells. Behaviors and factors that may cause this irritation include: ■ Alcohol consumption ■ Smoking see ESOPHAGEAL, Page 22

Cardiac Arrest vs. Heart Attack Many people mistakenly assume cardiac arrest and heart attack are the same thing. However, sudden cardiac arrest is not a heart attack. In fact, there are distinguishable differences between the two that are best explained by detailing what is actually happening when someone is suffering from either one. What happens during a heart attack? During a heart attack, blockage occurs in one or more of the heart's arteries. That blockage subsequently prevents the heart from receiving enough oxygen-rich blood. Research indicates that many people with symptoms of a heart attack actually delay seeking treatment for more than two hours. In a 2010 study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, researchers found the average delay in arriving at the hospital after the start of a heart attack was roughly two and a half hours. Eleven percent of the more than 100,000 cases examined in the study waited more than 12 hours from the start of symptoms before seeking treatment. Those symptoms can include chest discomfort, shortness of breath and discomfort in other areas of the body that do no improve after five minutes. What happens during cardiac

arrest? When a person is experiencing cardiac arrest, their heart's electrical system is malfunctioning and suddenly becomes irregular. The heart begins to beat very fast while the ventricles may flutter or quiver. Blood is not being delivered to the body during cardiac arrest, and a genuine fear is that blood flow to the brain will be reduced so drastically that a person may lose consciousness. Unlike a heart attack, cardiac arrest requires immediate treatment. It's best to seek treatment promptly for both a heart attack and cardiac arrest, but those experiencing cardiac arrest are at much greater risk of death if treatment is not sought immediately. Men and women, young and old, should also keep in mind that heart attack can sometimes lead into cardiac arrest, highlighting the importance of seeking treatment as soon as any symptoms of heart attack begin to appear. How are heart attack and cardiac arrest prevented? The goal is to keep blood flowing through the body as smoothly as possible. This means avoiding blood clots and the build-up of plaque in the arteries. That might sound simple enough, but plaque build-up and the process of coronary artery disease has been shown

to begin as far back as childhood, when diets are not typically tailored to avoid heart disease. While it's impossible to go back in time and change certain lifestyle habits, including diet and exercise routines and regimens, there are ways adults can reduce the build-up of plaque, which can help them avoid falling victim to heart attack and cardiac arrest. ■ Exercise regularly. At least 30 minutes of daily exercise is recommended. ■ Eat a healthy diet. A diet low in saturated fat, which almost always equates to eating less red meat, and high in fruits and vegetables is ideal. ■ Stop smoking. For those who have never smoked or have quit smoking, keep it up. Those who have or continue to smoke, stop. ■ Don't procrastinate. These changes can't wait until tomorrow. As mentioned above, the process or coronary artery disease doesn't wait for adulthood, and adults who need to make changes cannot afford to drag their feet. The good news is studies have indicated that even those with heart disease can expect to live longer if they simply commit to the necessary lifestyle changes. For more information about heart attack and cardiac arrest, visit the American Heart Association Web site at Medical Directory 2012 Š 21


ESOPHAGEAL Continued from Page 21

■ An esophageal sphincter that won't relax ■ Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) ■ Frequent consumption of very hot liquids ■ Obesity ■ Consuming foods preserved in lye ■ Barrett's Esophagus, a condition where the lining of the esophagus is damaged from acid

reflux ■ Gender and age: men over the age of 70 are at greater risk Symptoms The Mayo Clinic says that very early stages of esophageal cancer may cause no symptoms. However, as the disease progresses and tumors form, there may be some symptoms. One of the more common is a feeling of a lump or blockage in the throat that disrupts the ability to swallow. Sufferers may choke on food or feel that it gets stuck going down.

• WEBER DENTAL • • IV Sedation • Oral Surgery • Endo & General Dentistry • Lab Technician on Premises Patients on state assistance & emergencies welcome

Dr. George Weber & Dr. Calvin Weber 712-527-4801 • 208 N. Walnut St. • Glenwood, Iowa Credit Cards Accepted • Most Insurance Accepted Payment Plans Available 120524-43727

Chest pain or burning similar to GERD heartburn also may occur. Coughing or hoarseness can be symptoms as well. Over time, individuals may lose weight without trying due to their impaired ability to eat. Screening for esophageal cancer is not frequent because of the rarity of the condition and a lack of evidence of an identifiable risk group. Therefore, it is often up to patients to ask for screening from their doctors. Treatment Doctors can do a series of tests to diagnose the cancer. These may include an endoscopy to see inside of the esophagus, different imaging scans to take pictures of the esophagus and checking the function of other organs to see if cancer is present. Depending on the severity of the cancer, an oncologist may recommend the following treatments. ■ Surgery to remove a tumor. ■ Surgery to remove a portion of the esophagus and reconnect it to

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the stomach by pulling the stomach up or using a piece of the colon. ■ Surgery to remove a portion of the stomach, esophagus and su rounding lymph nodes. ■ Insertion of a stent to hold open the esophagus and relieve esophageal obstruction. ■ Insertion of a feeding tube that bypasses the throat. ■ Chemotherapy and radiation treatment used separately or together. Again, the type of treatment will be based on a doctor's recommendation. Survival rates for esophageal cancer continue to improve through the years as doctors have better methods of diagnosis and treatment at their disposals. However, statistics do indicate that the majority of esophageal cancer patients will die within five years of diagnosis. Getting diagnosed early and reducing behaviors that can lead to the cancer are a person's best precautions.

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Advancing Exceptional Care

We don’t just say we advance exceptional care, we live it. Every day. » Our modern new building provides convenient access to some of the best technology and services. » Our new imaging systems help physicians provide fast, accurate diagnoses. » Our experienced, compassionate providers and staff give the best possible care to our friends and neighbors.

220 Essie Davison Drive, Clarinda 712-542-2176 |

Advancing Exceptional Care

Exceptional COMFORT At Clarinda Regional Health Center, you’ll receive warm, compassionate care from providers you know and trust. We provide advanced technology and services found in larger cities, but in a comfortable, safe, family-oriented environment that’s close to home. It’s just another example of how we’re advancing exceptional care.

220 Essie Davison Drive, Clarinda 712-542-2176 |

Online Appointment Scheduling at 120524-43998

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The best of both worlds he obstacles faced by health care providers and patients in the rural areas of Clarinda, Red Oak, and Shenandoah are vastly different than those in urban areas. Rural Americans face a unique combination of factors that create disparities in health care not found in urban areas. Economic factors, cultural and social differences, educational shortcomings, lack of recognition by legislators and the sheer isolation of living in remote rural areas all conspire to impede rural Americans in their struggle to lead a normal, healthy life.


Here in southwest Iowa, residents are fortunate enough to have the best of both worlds - great local health care and close proximity to urban areas with access to world-class specialists from every corner of the medical community. Despite the many challenges our rural residents face, we could not be more proud of the dedicated health care professionals working in southwest Iowa. We hope you enjoy the 2011 version of our annual medical directory. Bob Eschliman, Publisher Clarinda Herald-Journal

Kate Thompson, Publisher Shenandoah Valley News

(712) 542-2181

(712) 246-3097

Advertiser’s Index (Alphabetical order)

Alegent Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 9 Apria Healthcare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 10 ASI Audiology & Hearing Instruments . .Pg 2 Clarinda Regional Health Center . . . . . .Pg 14 Clarinda Regional Health Center . . . . . .Pg 23 Elm Heights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 9 Eyecare Associates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 8 Fair Oaks Residential Care Center . . . . . .Pg 9 Family 1st Dental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 7 Gardenview Care Center . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 16 Geoarge Jay Drug Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 7 Golden Living Community . . . . . . . . . .Pg 18 Goldenrod Manor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 4 Good Samaritan Society . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 14 Hearing Healthcare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 8 HyVee Pharmacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 5 Medical Clinic, P.C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 9 Michael J. Portz, O.D., P.C. . . . . . . . . . .Pg 15 Millennium Chiropractic . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 11 Millennium, Wendy McCoy, P.C. . . . . . . .Pg 6 Miller Orthopaedic Affiliates, P.C. . . . . . .Pg 6 Montgomery Co. Memorial Hosp. .Pg 12&13 Nordland Ins. Agency, Inc. (Grebert) . .Pg 22 Paula Hayes, LMT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 10 Physicians Clinic Red Oak . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 4 Red Oak Rehab & Care Center . . . . . . . .Pg 8 Seniors Helping Seniors . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 20 Shenandoah Medical Center . . . . . . . . .Pg 24 Southwest Foot & Ankle Center . . . . . .Pg 22 Tabor Manor Care Center & Rehab . . . .Pg 10 The Ambassador . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 17 The Nebraska Medical Center . . . . . . . .Pg 19 Waubonsie Mental Health . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 17 Weber Dental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 22 Windsor Manor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pg 8 Medical Directory 2012 Š 3

MEDICAL DIRECTORY Small enough to provide personal care, but large enough to provide professional, quality services.

Professional Therapists visit daily. Occupational, Rehab & Restorative Therapies.


For the best family health care, look to the heart. It’s good to know every member of your family can get the quality health care they need from a doctor you know and trust. And it’s reassuring to know that doctor is close to home-at Red Oak Physicians Clinic. The staff at Red Oak Physicians Clinic has provided generations of Southwest Iowa families with an unequaled level of health care. The doctors and their staff are proud to provide your family with care that comes from the heart.

FAMILY MEDICINE Warren C. Hayes, M.D. Tom Schmadeke, PA-C



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The Best Care Comes from the Heart


“A namee youu cann dependd on”


ATTENTION ALL MEDICARE ELIGIBLE PATIENTS Please stop in or call and we will gladly go over any questions you may have.

HyVee accepts all Medicare Part D Prescription Plans

Expert Pharmacists • Quality Service • Exceptional Care • Consultation on all your medications • Blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol checks • Specialized compounded products • Convenient drive-up window • Free in-town delivery • Medication reviews • Medical equipment and supplies • Medicare/Medicaid billing • Diabetic Shoe Fitting

Meet our Registered Dieticians

Molly Gillmore; MS, RD, LD (Clarinda Location)

Kay Wing; RD, LD, CED (Shenandoah Location)

We are here to offer... • Individual Nutrition Counseling • Recipe & Food Experiences • Diabetes Education • Wellness Workshops in-store • Personal Shopping Assistance & throughout community • Cooking Classes • And Much More

201 S. 16th Clarinda, Iowa 712-542-6546

PHARMACY 120524-45822

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We can give you professional help fast! If you’re one of the millions suffering from chronic back pain, don’t despair. We are here to help! Call today and get on the road to recovery.

Wendy McCoy, P.C. 120524-45975

DBA Millennium Chiropractic Clinic

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1205 So. 16th, Clarinda



CARING FOR YOU & ABOUT YOU Nursing Home Prescription Service

We now carry HealthMart, Jay’s generic over the counter medicines and health products. Priced to compete with other retailers

• Free Delivery • 24 Hour On Call Service • Fill and Organize Weekly Prescriptions with 7 Day Opus System and Monthly with 31 Day Bubble Pack System • We Work with all Local Nursing Home Facilities and Physicians • Preferred Locally Owned Pharmacy

Diabetic Supplies • Syringes • Lancets

• Test Strips & Glucose Meters • Blood Pressure Monitors

G EORGE JAy DRUG CO. Druggists

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Family Dentistry with a gentle and caring touch

Enjoy quality dental care for the whole family in one convenient location. We offer a full range of dentistry services for children and adults, including tooth whitening and other cosmetic procedures.

“Where Family Comes First”.

Family 1 Dental st


104 E. Washington G Clarinda


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1600 Summit, Red Oak, IA 51566


Offering skilled nursing and therapy services to Montgomery County. Home Health Services keep our community in their home as long as possible. Western Hospitality with a Smile.


• Family Eyecare (including emergency after hours care) • Quality Eyewear • All types of contact lenses • Prescription & Non-prescription sunglasses 116 East Washington, Clarinda, IA 712-542-6513

Dr. James O. Cloepfil Dr. Greg L. Samuelson Dr. Orlin J. Fick 120524-46446

Clint Knoell, HIS Melissa Knoell, BC-HIS 866-623-2565

Assisted Living Community 120524-46445

• Free hearing test • Long term warranties & maintenance • Ear protection • Medicaid provider • Financing available

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Opening June 2012

A Community that Cares 601 Harrison Street • Shenandoah, IA 51601 Please call (712) 246-2194 for additional information


505 West Sheridan, Shenandoah, IA 712-246-1786



Thomas H. Largen, M.D. • Kelli E. Woltemath, D.O. Laurance W. Choate, M.D. • Michael J. Ourada, M.D. David Owen, A.R.N.P. • Jaylene Zanker, P.A.C. Tara Goodman, A.R.N.P.

• Private & Semi Private Rooms • Assisted Living Units • Low Staff Turnover • Convalescent stays welcome • Therapy & Rehab Programs • Insurance Claims Processed

Right care, Right now



1203 S Elm Street, Shenandoah

Residential Living at it’s Best!

It’s All About YOU!

“Where Caring Makes a Difference.”

Well it should be when you decide on your health care partners! Alegent Health puts the focus on You – listening to you, making sure you are involved with your health decisions. You can team up with our five primary providers, specialists & diagnostic personnel for the care you deserve.

Director JoElla Travis Call for a tour today!


Comforts Provided • Handicap Accessible • Security System • Smoke-Detectors • 24-hour staff on duty • Laundry & housekeeping • Sunroom/fireplace, front porch • Telephone and Cable TV access

We are located at 1201 South Walnut St., Shenandoah, IA


When you want health care that’s all about you: come to Alegent Health. 110526-36633

• Breakfast, lunch & dinner • Menu Selections prepared in facility • Activities • All utilities included • Assistance with medicaitons & ADLs • Home Environment • Beauty Shop/Barber Shop

1219 Main St. 313 Main St. Hamburg, IA Sidney, IA (712) 382-2626 (712) 374-2649 710 Center St. Tabor, IA (712) 629-2975 120524-46345

Alegent Health Mercy Hospital Corning 641-322-3121 Bedford Clinic Lenox Clinic Corning Clinic

712-523-2196 641-333-2266 641-322-5245


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