Brake for Breakfast at Teton Radiology


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and here at Madison Memorial we’re celebrating with our event Brake for Breakfast on the first Wednesday in October. Starting at 7 am at Teton Radiology in Rexburg, we will be handing out 1,500 breakfasts along with make-up kits and other goodies. This event is held to remind women to get their annual mammograms and remind everyone about the importance of maintaining breast health. As the saying goes, early detection is the best protection.Even though the event starts early in the morning, it’s never too early to show your support for breast cancer awareness! Visit https://www.facebook.com/events/843157085858535/ for maps, more details, and to invite your friends to come too.

If you live in Rigby or Saint Anthony, at the same time in the Broulim’s parking lot, we will be giving out 300 breakfasts.

 

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Wellness Conference: Connecting Your Head and Heart

There are many parts to wellness. The Wellness Conference will cover PTSD, depression, anxiety, suicide, trauma, and many more aspects to help people find wholeness and wellness in their lives.

The Wellness Conference is free for our community to help each of us understand and reach wellness goals. Madison Memorial Hospital, the City of Rexburg, Madison School District (Madison Cares), BYUI, and other awesome entities that are a part of our community are united and focused on our wellness. Surveys have been conducted, healthcare reports have been analyzed, and together we have decided from your feedback to put together this conference. With this collaboration, we were able to offer this event for free with some excellent presenters.

The Wellness Conference will be held October 21, 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Madison High School.

Make wellness a first priority, and come to grow!

For more information, you can visit https://head-heart.org/

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Brake for Breakfast: Learn More about Breast Cancer

Idaho lags behind almost every state for women receiving their mammograms. Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women, with one in 8 struggling with it during their lifetime. Early detection, most likely found with mammograms, has a 99% survival rate. Nonetheless, cancer has recently replaced cardiovascular disease as the leading cause of death in Idaho. This death rate is directly linked to poor mammogram rates.
For nearly 15 years, we have organized Brake for Breakfast service for about 1500 individuals in Rexburg. Starting this year we would like to more than double our awareness efforts to save more women’s lives through screenings. Furthermore, Teton Radiology recently invested in one of the best new, accurate 3D screening imagery tools. To learn more about Teton Radiology visit: http://www.tetonradiology.com/.
 
On October 4th, we will be providing FREE Brake for Breakfast items for nearly 3000 women at the following locations:

 

Pull up soon to your closest location to Brake for Breakfast and learn more about breast cancer!

 

*Links to Facebook events for each location*

 

 

 

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Solar Eclipse – Your Hospital is Open and Prepared to Care!

Solar Eclipse Preparations

Before you and your friends were talking about the eclipse, over a year ago, Madison Memorial Hospital has been carefully planning for this event. Not only are we open this weekend, but we are prepared to care for you and all of your guests! To give you an idea, a few of the preparations are listed below:

  • Fully staffed with all E.R. doctors and surgeons on call
  • Capacity to care for about 500% more emergency victims, and partnerships with community partners for additional assistance.
  • All other positions ready and on call
  • Helicopters, if needed
  • Extra food and water

If you or your guests have an emergency, be careful in traffic! Consider taking some of the back roads to arrive at the hospital in a reasonable amount of time. Poleline Road and Barney Dairy Road are possible alternate routes. Google maps can help determine the best route for to help you beat traffic.

Madison Memorial Hospital is prepared to help you with any situation this weekend as your trusted and chosen hospital!

Stay safe and enjoy the solar eclipse!

Visit rexburgeclipse.com for more information.

 

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