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A small beginning with a big ending

A small beginning with a big ending

Posted 01/06/2017

Ryan and Aimee Ledger will never forget Sept. 3, 2014. That day, the new parents welcomed their 1 lbs. 6 oz. son Ethan, born 14 weeks early at Community Regional Medical Center. And after 33 days of fighting for his life and overcoming many obstacles in the hospital’s Level 3 NICU, he passed away. 
“Everything happened so fast,” dad Ryan said. “One minute my wife was fine having a routine ultrasound, and the next she was being rushed to surgery to deliver.”

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What not to expect when you’re expecting

What not to expect when you’re expecting

Posted 01/05/2017

You have probably heard the saying, “All good things come in threes.” But what happens when those three things come all at once as in triplet babies?

For parents Aaron and Natalie Blankenship, it has been a rollercoaster going from a family of three to a family of six in what feels like the blink of an eye. 

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Home is where the HOPE is

Posted 01/11/2017
By Team Terry's House

Cancer is CRUEL. Trauma is TRAGIC. Hospitals HEAL and Home is where the HOPE is. We all experience illness and injury over the course of our lives. We have either battled something personally or we have been there to support someone we love who is going through an uncertain, stressful and often heart-wrenching journey - some of us more times than we’d...

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From Concept to Reality

Posted 01/10/2017
By Tim Clark Manager Fitness Center

I am not sure if it’s just me, but this time of the year usually puts me in an introspective and reflective kind of mood. Maybe it's because we now have an official personal training program up and running, but I seem to be very reflective on how far the Employee Fitness Center here on the Community Regional Medical Center campus has come in the three short years we've had our...

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