The annual Chamber of Commerce Business Expo is an opportunity for local businesses and entities to get in front of hundreds of local residents and tell their stories.
For Warner Hospital and Health Services, the Expo last week at Clinton High School, was an opportunity to tell more about the evolving business. Nick Rousseau indicates Family Medicine has expanded their hours as they continue to try to get the community on board.
Electronic medical records had been an ongoing project at the City-owned facility and recently they made the switch all the way over. According to Rousseau, it's a huge convenience for their doctors and staff.
A new position at Warner Hospital and Health Care Services is Care Coordinator, and Rousseau indicates she is a great resource for patients for when they come to the doctor and to make sure the patient receives everything they need.
3D mammography is going to be a huge addition at the hospital coming soon and Rousseau says there's so many benefits to 3D mammography.
The Hospital Foundation was at the Business Expo as a part of the Warner Hospital and Health Services booth promoting their upcoming fundraising efforts to benefit the hospital.