Cover Story: Hand in Hand
The path to better health can be a challenging one. For David and Darlene, the key to success was taking it together.
My Space: Theresa & Stephanie
LiveWell by Monument Health is a voluntary well-being initiative offering support, resources and rewards to physicians and caregivers.
Ask the Doc: What You Need to Know About Mental Health
James Hellekson, M.D., explains how we can help improve our mental health, as well as how to help others who may be struggling.
Volunteer Profile: Bobbi Jean Jarvinen
Bobbi Jean is one of Monument Health’s most active volunteers. On top of her full-time role with Information Technology she also has volunteered more than 260 hours of her time since July 1, and logged more than 600 volunteer hours in Fiscal Year 2021.
Volunteer Profile: Lori Burnham
Starting the volunteer program at Monument Health Custer Hospital may have been a lot of work, but to Lori Burnham, it was worth the effort.
What’s Old Is New Again
Sometimes breakthroughs in treatment options mean updating old procedures instead of creating new ones.
The Gift of Life
Leaving a legacy behind is something many aspire to; whether that’s through charitable giving, volunteering or being surrounded by a loving family. Another incredibly impactful way to leave a legacy is through eye, organ and tissue donation.
Physician Profile: John Tronnes, MD
Dr. Tronnes places a high value on family. That’s what brought him to the Black Hills, and it shines through in his practice, no matter the setting.
Health at Every Age
Taking care of your health is a lifelong process that includes regular preventative screenings. It’s important to keep up with screenings, but it all starts with understanding your personal health risks and the tests recommended at your stage in life.
It’s all part of the game
Software engineer Michael Paulson is among the thousands of gamers involved with Extra Life, raising money for children’s hospitals by doing something that they love: playing video games.
My Space: Kim Bloom
Kim has seen many changes in her 22 years within the laundry department — from new buildings to updated technology — but the one constant is Kim’s cheerful disposition, as evidenced by the notes she sends with orders.