Bryan Larson

Bryan’s Opportunity

My name is Bryan, I am 23 years old, I am a Healthcare Administration major at BYU-Idaho. I have Ewing’s Sarcoma in my left collar bone. I am a Mormon. I am married to my beautiful wife Maurien just a little over three months ago. For me my life has never been better and that is why I am deciding to write this blog.

Our dear patient, Bryan has started his second treatment of chemotherapy. In the meantime, he has created a blog called bryansopportunity.blogspot.com as found in the citation above. I like the insight his blog gives me. – I read in a book called “Who moved my Cheese” a certain phrase that is helping me. When you do not fear, you are happy .

Like most young couples, he is from another state here to study at BYUI. He is optimistic about this fight, and hopes to be back to normal soon. Our hearts are filled with compassion towards Bryan and our many other patients that are fighting for their health. We will do our best. We hope that each of you take inspiration from Bryan’s words with your battles and do your best. Bryan, we know that your family lives far from here, but plan on us being there for you… your home away from home and your family away from home. We hope to see you back to your full health in eight months! Follow his blog to receive updates about Bryan.

Bryan Chemotherapy

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Madison Gingerbread Lane - Rexburg Idaho

Gingerbread Lane

Gingerbread Lane

As your community owned non-profit hospital, we want you to be involved in your healthcare. Also, we want you to encourage the good health of those around you. As such, come lighten the hearts of those who are sick this holiday season by participating in Gingerbread Lane. Winning entry receives $100. Let us know when you come if you’d like to donate your gingerbread house to the Foundation.

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Ideas

PLEASE share your IDEAS to help us create a better and more compassionate first class healthcare service for our community.  We appreciate ALL ideas! New ideas that we use will be given a prime rib dinner for two.

 


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Teresa Murdock 20 Years

Teresa Murdock 20 Years

Madison Memorial Hospital is proud to recognize our long-term employees that have helped Madison fly high with years of selfless service, dedication, and growth. Teresa Murdock recently reached 20 years of service at Madison Memorial Hospital.

One of her fondest memories while here at Madison Memorial Hospital happened years ago. She helped plan the employee summer lunch party at a nearby park. They wanted this party to be very special. As a result, many activities were coordinated. After all of their preparation, a huge thunder storm rolled in and spoiled their plans. At the last minute all the employees moved everything in doors.

The Karaoke machine, food items and everything were now in doors. The fun had just begun. Murdock, Steiner, and a few other people joined in singing What a Wonderful World for all the employees on the karaoke machine. The hearts of

Teresa Murdock flies 20 years with Madison Memorial Hospital

many were touched. Tears were shed, and positive memories were shared. The storm did not spoil anything.

We have a wonderful staff. We appreciate everything that each of you do to make Madison a great place to be!

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Madison Ensures Community Immunity

-Madison Increases Health Through Community Immunity-

Rexburg Community Immunity

When a critical portion of a community is immunized against a contagious disease, most members of the community are protected against it because there is little opportunity for an outbreak.

Call 359-6591 to enroll your company in our community immunity efforts. In Rexburg, Madison employees receive annual influenza immunizations. We have also been providing the employees at Basic American Food with blood pressure checks and influenza vaccinations for multiple years. They requested these services for an employee health benefit. We administer these vaccines for nearly the cost of the vaccine. It is an optional benefit that most employees take advantage of. Others like to visit us to get their blood pressure checked. Furthermore, Madison will immunize our school district with flu vaccinations at the end of the month. If you have not received a shot, please visit a local flu clinic. if you would like Madison to help your organization’s immunity, call 359-6591.

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