Updated March 3

Updated Visitation Policy (3/5)

Effective Saturday, March 6th at 7am, we have updated both hospitals' Visitation Policy: Non-COVID visitors are now allowed 2 support persons, without ability to rotate (end-of-life visitors are allowed to rotate).

Click to View Our Visitation Policy (.pdf)

Blog Posts

Do I Need to See a Sports Medicine Doctor?

From little league to professional sporting events, injuries can happen. Some sports injuries are minor like bruising, a pulled muscle, or a sprained finger. Other incidents can lean on the more serious side, and need immediate or long-term medical attention….

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Experiencing Hip Pain? Signs of Hip Bursitis

Around your joints—all throughout your body—there are small, jelly-like sacs. Their purpose? To reduce friction while you move! They’re called bursae, and can be found around your shoulders, elbows, hips, and knees.  Just like a lot of things in your…

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Breast Cancer Awareness

It’s October, which is a very important month—Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There are a lot of ways that you can help yourself—and women in need—by getting educated and self-screening regularly.  What Is Breast Cancer? Breast cancer is a disease in…

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Why Is My Baby So Gassy?

It’s perfectly normal for your baby to have gas; their digestive systems are brand new, after all—and very small! In this article, we’ll go over all the need-to-knows: Symptoms of gassiness; How to relieve your little one’s gas; What foods…

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September is Baby Safety Month

As the title of this blog suggests, September is a very important month to all of us at RMC! It’s Baby Safety Month, sponsored every year by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association. This year, JPMA is helping educate both parents…

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