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Family Nurse Practitioner Jen Scott, ARNP-C, treats patients of all ages and has a special interest in cardiac care. 

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Smells like Teen Foot Fungus!

If you’re a teen or their parent, it might seem their feet never stop moving. With all that running, a teen’s feet spend most of their time in stinky, sweaty shoes.

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Published Mar 23, 2017

Is Your Check Engine Light On?

When it comes to visiting your primary care provider, do you only consider a visit if you’re feeling under the weather or have an injury? Well, Family Practice Physician Eric Miller, DO, wants you to reconsider. You wouldn’t wait to get your oil changed until the check engine light came on; don’t let regular health check-ups go by the wayside until a major event occurs!

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Published Mar 16, 2017

Governor's Volunteer Award

Three Mahaska Health Partnership Volunteers Receive Governor's Volunteer Award

Beacon resident Mary Richards, along with Oskaloosa residents Lona McGrew and Victoria Laird, as well as Victoria’s dog, Lincoln, received the 2013 Iowa Governor’s Award on June 28 for their selfless contributions to Mahaska Health Partnership.

According to MHP Volunteer Coordinator Kim Langfitt, criteria for selection included exceptional commitment to volunteerism, demonstrated exemplary leadership, creativity, cooperation and work in their service to others. The program provides Iowa nonprofit, charitable and government organizations a way to honor their cherished volunteers with prestigious, state-level recognition.

“Mahaska Health Partnership is incredibly lucky to have volunteers like these,” Langfitt said. “I always know I can count on them to make healthcare personal for everyone they come in contact with at MHP.”

Richards began volunteering at MHP in April 2010 as a way to give back to her community. As an MHP Volunteer, Richards strives to do her best. “Mary is a vital part of our team in Behavioral Health Services,” said Langfitt. “She shows the utmost respect for others and we are blessed to have such a wonderful volunteer.”

McGrew’s volunteer service at MHP began in October 2010 and she is known for her dependability. “While visiting a friend in the hospital, Lona was asked if she could help out since we were short a volunteer. Lona agreed and even returned to continue helping after she took her friend home.”

Laird began volunteering at MHP in May 2010. She helped to re-start the Pet Therapy program by bringing Lincoln to weekly visits with patients at Inpatient Services and Inpatient Geriatric Psychiatry. “Lincoln is an affectionate and loving dog who seems to instinctively know when patients need him,” said Langfitt. “Our patients always want to know when Victoria and Lincoln will be back.”

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer at Mahaska Health Partnership, please call Langfitt at 641-672-3342 or click here.