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Donors Needed for Schuyler Hospital Blood Drive on April 22, 2016

MONTOUR FALLS –– Schuyler Hospital’s next Red Cross Blood Drive is scheduled for Friday, April 22, 2016, Noon-4 p.m., at September Hill, 250 Steuben Street, Montour Falls (2 buildings up the hill from the Hospital).

There is a serious need for all blood types. Each donation can help save up to three lives. Donating also helps Schuyler Hospital, by keeping blood supply costs down. Eligible donors can give double red cells.

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For 13th Year, Schuyler Hospital Earns Quality Respiratory Care Recognition Award, Plus Accredited for Echocardiograms

MONTOUR FALLS – Schuyler Hospital’s Cardiopulmonary Services Department has once again earned the Quality Respiratory Care Recognition (QRCR) award from the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC).  This is a national program aimed at helping patients and families make informed decisions about the quality of the respiratory care services in hospitals. About 700 hospitals, or approximately 15% of the hospitals in the United States, have applied for and received this award.  Schuyler Hospital has received the QRCR award every year since it was first awarded in 2003.

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Schuyler Hospital’s Free Community Walking Program Kicking Off for 10th Year

Schuyler Steps Out – the free community walking program presented by Schuyler Hospital – is back for its 10th year, kicking off next month.

Open to anyone who works or lives in Schuyler County, the program kicks off on Friday, February 26, 2016, with an opening celebration and information session.

Teams must register with the hospital by February 1, 2016, and team representatives should plan to attend the opening celebration.

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2013 – 2015 Community Service Plan

Schuyler Hospital and Schuyler County Public Health embarked on an 18 month long process to collect data, solicit opinions, facilitate a process and guide a discussion to determine not only what the most pressing problems facing our residents are, but also what can we effectively and efficiently address.
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