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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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Don’t Fall for it!

Nobody likes to wipe out, right? MHP Occupational Therapist Aimee Wagner, OTD, knows a thing or two about preventing falls. Good thing too, as they are costly and can leave you struggling to perform daily tasks for an extended period of time, something no one wants to hear!

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Published Sep 20, 2017

Give Your Girls a Good Review

Ladies, how well do you know your breasts? When it comes to breast health, it’s important for women of all ages to know their normal. MHP Family Practice and Obstetrics Physician Angela Godejohn, MD, stresses the importance of self breast awareness exams. Only you will know when something changes, so make sure you’re familiar with the look and feel of them!

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Published Sep 14, 2017

Diabetes Education

The rate of diabetes among adults in Mahaska County, Iowa is 7.4%. That may not seem like a very high number, but for those living with diabetes, their families and caregivers, its impact is heavily felt. More worrisome is the percentage of people at risk for Type 2 diabetes in Mahaska County: 27.7% of adults here are obese. Obesity is one of the top predictors of Type 2 diabetes, but fortunately, the disease is 100% preventable.

At Mahaska Health Partnership, we devote significant resources to helping families prevent and control diabetes by providing education and support. Our dedicated Certified Diabetes Educator, Sharon Ferguson, RN, conducts inpatient and outpatient counseling, teaches classes, and leads support groups to assist those living with diabetes.

  • The Diabetes Prevention Program is an educational class for anyone at high risk for developing Type 2 diabetes.

  • The Diabetes WISE (Wellness In Self-Management) program is designed to help people living with diabetes improve their health and wellness.

  • The Diabetes Support Group is for anyone suffering from diabetes, their loved ones, friends, and caregivers. The group meets on the second Wednesday of every month at the Cedar Bluff Learning Center (entrance #3) to share information, stories, and support.

You don’t have to face diabetes alone. Mahaska Health Partnership is here to help.

For more information, please see our Diabetes Education Available Services page.