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Early Signals That Can Point to Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is a brain disease and type of dementia that causes a decline in memory, thinking, reasoning skills, and behavior. Symptoms can develop slowly and can heighten over time. They can be severe enough to make daily tasks seem impossible. … Read More >

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How Stress Can Affect Your Health

Stress: It’s something most people experience in their lifetime and sometimes more than a few times a week! People often feel stressed from their job, family, or just how quickly a day can do by. So it can be fair … Read More >

Dr. Reedy

Meet Our Chief of Women’s Services

Dr. Brian Reedy didn’t always envision a career in medicine. The board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist once planned on becoming an accountant! Today, Dr. Reedy is the Chief of Women’s Services at Crittenton Hospital and a passionate Ob/Gyn physician. Why Obstetrics? After switching … Read More >

Nurse of the Year 2015

Crittenton Nurse of the Year 2015

National Nurses’ Week coincides with the birthday of Florence Nightingale. This is a time Crittenton likes to take a moment to thank not only our registered nurses, but all of our clinical staff who provide high quality, compassionate care at … Read More >

Real Men Take Care of Their Health

Real Men Do Take Care of Their Health

We know that men are less likely than women to ask for directions. But men may also be less likely to routinely visit their primary care physician. In general, men tend to lead less healthy lifestyles than women. They’re more … Read More >