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Sometimes the best way to heal is to create. That’s why Betty Fenn set out to create a special quilt when she was diagnosed with bladder cancer in 2014.
What is influenza A, and how does the flu spread? Both of these questions and more answered from experts at Firelands Regional Medical Center.
Collaboration can be the difference between life and death. Firelands Regional Medical Center offers neurological services through Advanced Neurologic Associates.
To tackle the Ohio drug problem, Firelands Regional Medical Center Counseling and Recovery Services knows community partnerships provide more access to services.
Cancer. This word is difficult. It's difficult to fight. When you're fighting the battle of your life, don’t you want to fight alongside the best team possible?
As we care for you, we want you to have your questions answered upfront. Here is important information to keep in mind if you are admitted to Firelands.
Should you suffer through your constant headaches which cause personal suffering, poor quality of life, financial cost, and constant fear of the next headache?
An active 56-year-old father and grandfather, Brad Linden never expected his life’s story would include a “beat the odds” tale of survival. On July 23, it did.
Firelands Regional Medical Center distributes Baby Boxes to every newborn born here. The boxes are provided free as a safe sleeping environment for babies.
“Karen” said that she began to find comfort in having a glass of wine. Things began to spiral when she had to increase the amount she was drinking. Read more.
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