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HOME HEALTH UNITED: CARING FOR THE COMMUNITY

Guests: Rick Bourne, President/CEO, Home Health United Janet Bollig, Director of Social Work, Spiritual Services and Community Resource Program With a growing clientele and shrinking dollars, Home Health United remains dedicated to helping people remain as safe, healthy and independent as possible in their own homes. To accomplish that goal in today’s uncertain economy requires… Read more »

AN INFLUENTIAL LEADER: DR. FRANK BYRNE

Guest: Dr. Frank Byrne, President, St. Mary’s Hospital Recently named one of the 50 Most Influential Physician Executives in Healthcare by Modern Physician and Modern Healthcare magazines, Dr. Frank Byrne shares his views on the challenges health care leaders face today, and how St. Mary’s Hospital fits into our community health care environment. Acknowledging our… Read more »

TODAY NOT TOMORROW

Guest: Jeanne Erickson, Director of Operations, Programming & Community Outreach Today Not Tomorrow, Inc. Taking on difficult challenges is not new to Jeanne Erickson who brings her skills as a social worker, registered nurse, and certified youth development specialist with emphasis in early childhood brain development to Today Not Tomorrow. This small non-profit agency does… Read more »

LIVING LONGER, HAPPIER LIVES

Guest: Dan Buettner, authorBlue Zones: Lessons on Living Longer from the People Who Have Lived the Longest Thrive: Finding Happiness the Blue Zones Way Working with National Geographic, the National Institutes on Aging and AARP, Dan Buettner discovered the areas of the world where people live the longest, happiest lives. The secrets he uncovered were… Read more »

COMPLETING THE CIRCLE OF LIFE

Guests: Pete Gunderson, Owner/President, Gunderson Funeral & Cremation Care Kathleen Ford Roberts, Assoc, Clinical Nurse Specialist Palliative Care, UW Health; Grief Support Associate, Gunderson Funeral & Cremation Care Including planning for how you want your life to be celebrated upon your death is increasingly included in end of life discussions. “The emphasis today is on… Read more »