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  • Sep 24

    9th Annual Kids' Health Fair Sept. 26th

    Van Wert County Hospital is excited to once again team up with area schools to provide a hands-on day of learning for students at the annual Kids’ Health Fair. More than 450 students, grades 3, 4, and 5, from Van Wert City Schools and St. Mary’s Elementary School, will come out and explore health and safety on the lawn of Van Wert County Hospital on Friday, September 26th.

    This free, outdoor event will take place from 9:00 a.m. ...

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  • Sep 17

    Hospital Cafe Begins Fall Hours

    The Van Wert County Hospital Cafeteria began their fall hours. To check out the new hours, visit http://www.vanwerthospital.org/about/hospitality-cafe

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  • Sep 16

    Books are Fun Fundraiser - NEW DATE!

    The Twig IV Books are Fun fundraiser has been rescheduled. The new date is September 26th from 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. in Conference Room A. 

    The proceeds from this fundraiser are donated to the hospital. 
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  • Sep 15

    Date set for Women's Wellness Saturday

    Van Wert Medical Services OB-GYN provider Shane Gerber, C.N.P along with Van Wert County Hospital Radiology want to make it easier for you to be proactive about your health. Join us for Women’s Wellness Saturday and schedule both your annual screening mammogram and pap test on the same day for your convenience.

    October 25, 2014
    9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

    Why not get both important tests done in one visit? Join us for this event. Call 419.238.3047 to schedule your ...
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  • Sep 12

    Van Wert County Health Collaborative Seeks Employer Feedback

    The Van Wert County Health Collaborative is working together to improve the health of individuals and families in the Van Wert community.  The Health Collaborative's focus is to increase awareness and improve health risks including obesity and substance abuse in adults and youth.  The committee is seeking assistance of local employers.

    The Van Wert community identified obesity (lack of physical activity and unhealthy lifestyle choices) as a major health risk impacting our residents. These individuals also comprise the workforce ...

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