Managing diabetes can be challenging, but with a basic understanding of the condition and the right tools, anyone can learn to effectively manage their diabetes and maintain a normal, healthy lifestyle, free of complications.
After nearly fifteen years serving on the three-person Board of Commissioners for Public Hospital District No. 1, Nancy Trucksess has retired. Gayle Weston, branch manager for Shelton Key Bank, was appointed by remaining Board members Scott Hilburn and Don Wilson to fill the position.
Because everyone in our community needs good health, Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics is inviting everyone to an All-Community Health Event. Featuring food, fun and helpful information, this FREE event will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at Mason General Hospital in Shelton.
There’s still time to get in shape for the Mason County Forest Festival “Goldsborough Creek Run & Walk.” Centennial Guild, a chapter of Mason General Hospital Foundation, hosts this annual community fitness event.
Tracy Baldino, a medical assistant and office assistant who has worked for Mason General Hospital Olympic Physicians for almost 14 years, was selected by her peers to be Employee of the Month for February.
The National Certification Board for Diabetes Educators (NCBDE) announced that Joyce Horton, R.N., N.D., dietitian at Mason General Hospital & Family of Clinics since September 2015, recently achieved Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) status by successfully completing the Certification Examination for Diabetes Educators.