Affinity Health System is pleased to honor health care volunteers during National Volunteer Week, April 6 – 12, 2014. Volunteers contributed more than 125,000 hours of service to Affinity Health System last year. Affinity’s volunteer programs offer many opportunities to meet the interests, skills and schedules of a variety of volunteers. Thank you volunteers! You make a difference in our workplace and the lives of those you serve.
Learn a little bit about volunteering at Affinity Health System and how much we appreciate our volunteers by watching these videos.
If you or someone you know is interested in volunteering at Affinity Health System, visit: www.affinityhealth.org/volunteer
Information on volunteering can also be obtained by calling the volunteer services departments at:
Calumet Medical Center, Chilton
Mercy Medical Center, Oshkosh
St. Elizabeth Hospital, Appleton
Looking to boost your self-confidence, gain a stronger feeling of empowerment and learn skills to protect yourself? Then sign up for Mercy Medical Center’s self defense class!
On Sunday, March 23 from 1 – 4 p.m. in conference rooms A and B, Paul Dukatz, owner of Dukatz’s Academy of Martial Arts of West Bend, will be teaching a women’s self defense class.
The class is offered for women ages 13 years and older and costs $15 per person. It will cover different scenarios of potential attacks and require participants to execute striking techniques with hands, knees and elbows.
In the lesson, Paul will teach the proper use of pepper spray. Pepper spray will be available for purchase to any participant 18 years and older at the end of the seminar for $15.00. Participants should wear loose clothing or gym clothes to the class.
Paul Dukatz is a fourth degree Black Belt and has been teaching Martial Arts for more than 20 years, covering many seminars. His knowledge of hand-to-hand combat, weapons use and defense against weapons is ideal and easy to learn for people who don’t study martial arts on a regular basis.
You can register online here or call Affinity Nurse Direct at 800-362-9900. Please register by Saturday, March 22.
For the past couple of years, Mercy Health Foundation has been working to bring quality cancer care and support services close to home through its mercyStrong campaign. During the campaign’s quiet phase, generous donors helped Mercy Medical Center complete a much-needed technology update that includes a new TrueBeam linear accelerator for radiation treatment and a wide bore CT scanner simulator in the Michael D. Wachtel Cancer Center.
The Mercy Health Foundation is now kicking off its “to be continued” public fundraising campaign and is inviting the community to help raise the remaining $271,000 needed to reach its charitable goal of $1.7 million. Continue Reading »
Are you or someone you know currently in cancer treatment, recently finished treatment or a long-term survivor and need a place to find friendship, encouragement and help for mind, body and spirit? Mercy Medical Center’s PEACE exercise and relaxation program serves people in all stages of their journey with cancer.
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Looking for plans this week? Dine out at the Oshkosh Country Club, located at 11 N. Ripple Rd. this Wednesday, June 5 through Sunday, June 9, and 10 percent of your purchase will be donated to Mercy Health Foundation for cancer care at Mercy Medical Center.
To participate, print this pass and call the Country Club at 920-213-1076 to make your reservation. Once you arrive, present your pass to your server. This is a great way to spend an evening with family or friends – by giving back.
All proceeds will be used for the purchase of a new linear accelerator in the Michael D. Wachtel Cancer Center at Mercy Medical Center and the expansion of support services for cancer patients. For Oshkosh Country Club menus and hours of service, go to www.oshkoshcc.com. Make your reservation today!