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GodejohnAngela Godejohn, MD

Dr. Angela Godejohn is a Family Practice with Obstetrics Physician who recently joined the MHP Medical Group. 

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Quit Rekindling that Fire

You’ve been told that smoking is hard on your health, but do you know why? Kim Mould, Director of Cardiopulmonary Services at MHP, wants you to save your lung, heart and every other organ’s health by knowing the facts and stamping out that cigarette once and for all!

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Published Nov 8, 2017

Keep Your Blood Sugar in Check During National Diabetes Month

November serves as National Diabetes Month, which brings communities across the country together to raise awareness of diabetes and its impact on millions of Americans. At Mahaska Health Partnership, we aim to support and educate individuals year-round on the subject of diabetes, but November always has a special importance!

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Published Nov 2, 2017

Nursing Assistants Week

Mahaska Health Partnership Recognizes Nursing Assistants Week

In acknowledgement of Nursing Assistants Week, June 13 through 20, Mahaska Health Partnership would like to recognize the Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) that are making healthcare personal at MHP.

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From left: Ashlee Taylor, Tonya VanDusseldorp, Khearston Sherman, Tammy Hill,
Darcie Russell, Maleah Hill, Kim Hol, Darcy Lucas, Lindsey Gerard, Chelsea Tremmel,
Kim Davis, Connie Cochran, Yoma Lancial, Alyssa Donohue, Jennifer DeJong,
Shelly Buehneman, Jane Rozenboom and Kris Robertson.

According to the Iowa Workforce Information Network, CNAs provide personal care, monitor and assess health status, and maintain a secure environment in which patients can heal under the supervision of a licensed nurse.

“Whether they are working behind the scenes or directly with a patient, CNAs play a vital role in the healing process of a patient,” explained MHP Chief Nursing Officer Darlene Keuning. “Our CNAs deserve this genuine recognition of the selfless duties they perform on a daily basis.”

This year marks the 36th anniversary of celebrating Nursing Assistants Week and the unique contributions CNAs make to ensure patients are appropriately cared for.  Nursing assistants are key players in the lives of the patients they serve.

“CNAs can be found in the hospital and in the home,” Keuning said. “Their compassion and dedication to providing high quality care is what our patients remember, long after they have left our doors.”

Nursing assistants are on the front lines of patient care and have a big impact on the quality of service MHP provides. CNAs are often the eyes and ears of what is going on and can alert nurses if any situation should arise.

If you would like to recognize a nursing assistant who made a difference during your experience with MHP, please click here.