The WCHS Foundation Raffle will take place on August 1, 2014 during the Foundation’s Pancake Breakfast. Winners will be drawn on the morning of August 1 at 9:00 am. Proceeds will be split between the WCHS Scholarship Fund/ 2014 Annual Hospital Project
- Need not be present to win!
Tickets Are $10 each or 3/$20 – Contact Norma at 746.2896
The Weston County Health Services Foundation will be serving up a Pancake Breakfast on Friday morning, August 1st during the Weston County Fair. Pancake breakfast begins at 6 a.m.
All Proceeds form the Pancake breakfast will go to the Hospital Scholarship Fund.
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1 out of 6 people you see every day suffer from a sleep disorder.
Weston County Health Services is very excited to announce that it is now offering Sleep Studies, through Western Sleep Medicine LLC, for those with a physician’s
referral. When the test is ordered, WCHS will have a room in the hospital set up to perform the study. For more information about getting a good night’s sleep, call Debra Holt, Respiratory Therapist, WCHS Cardiopulmonary Dept., at (307) 746-3705.
A new Wellness program brought to you by Weston County Health Services, available every
2nd and 4th Wednesday, each month, from 6:30-8:30 a.m. This program includes a blood
draw for select laboratory tests at reasonable rates. The testing is drawn by, performed,
reported and maintained at WCHS twice a month, at 1124 Washington Blvd. in Newcastle. This
new Wellness program is designed to allow people to access laboratory testing more frequently, and therefore, enable everyone to better take care of their health. The first blood draw will be held on Wednesday, April 23, from 6:30-8:30 a.m. at the Hospital. We hope to see you there, but remember this happens every month, so please plan to participate at your convenience!
If you have any questions, please contact WCHS Lab at (307) 746-3703.