Trego County-Lemke Memorial Hospital
WaKeeney Family Care Center has the opportunity to participate in the RE-POWER weight management research study in collaboration with the University of Kansas Medical Center, the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and Marshfield Clinic in Wisconsin. As a patient, and as a rural resident in our community, we invite you to consider participating in this program if you need help managing your weight and becoming active.
We are in support of this program and believe it will help many rural men and women living in Kansas lose weight, increase physical activity, and improve their quality of life.
We are excited to have the opportunity for our patients to benefit from this study and believe it will only be able to positively impact those that participate. By participating in the study, you will have access to counseling sessions, including exercise tips and healthy recipes that will put you on the track for a healthier you!
Patients from our practice will participate in weight management counseling sessions via telephone in groups led by RE-POWER study staff from the University of Kansas Medical Center. Program details are described in the email.
Groups start after the holidays. For more information about the study, please visit the RE-POWER website www.kumc.edu/repower. To see if you are eligible to participate and reserve your spot, please call 913-912-3334.
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TCLMH's mission is "Touching lives with compassion and a commitment to excellence." One way that we measure how well we are meeting this mission is by the input our customers give us. If you have a great experience we want to hear about it. Hearing about the services and staff that you enjoyed the most, helps us to recognize and reward our team.
If we fell short of your expectations, we want to hear about it. Bill Gates once said, "Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning." At TCLMH, we are committed to receiving customer concerns and viewing them as ideas for growth and improvement. For example in 2011, our parking spaces were widened to enable our customers to access our facility with ease; and a wall mirror was placed in the Acute hallway after a customer voiced their concern about potential collisions at the intersection.
After you receive services at TCLMH and our Family Care Clinics in WaKeeney and Ellis, please take a moment to fill out your patient satisfaction survey. Each visit can provide a new experience for our customers, and we want to hear about it!
Patient Satisfaction Committee