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Wednesday Was 'Doctors Day' and Warner Hospital CEO Encouraging Folks to Get Back to Those Preventative Appointments

Wednesday was 'Doctors Day' and the chief executive of a DeWitt County healthcare facility is encouraging the public to get back to their doctor for those preventative appointments.

 

Paul Skowron is the CEO of Warner Hospital and Health Services and on the WHOW Morning Show Wednesday told Regional Radio doctors the last few years have been pushed to the limit and is appreciative of all those that serve our communities, especial the doctors within Warner Hospital.

 

 

If you're in your 30s or 40s, Skowron is especially encouraging you to get in and have a preventative health checkup. He says that age group is most susceptible to ignoring their health and it often takes a significant health event for them to begin to take this advice seriously.

 

 

Skowron stresses for the COVID-conscious, healthcare facilities are still under COVID guidance laid out by the Governor's emergency order. 

 

 

Skowron indicates Warner Hospital and Health Services is starting to see a normal return to the health issues of this time of the year like colds and flu and seasonal allergies.

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