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Quotes from Rehab – Sheldon Grayek

Our rehabilitation team has each chosen a quote of something they are passionate about that relates to their roles in rehabilitation services. Read along to meet our rehab team and see what inspires them to provide outstanding care! “When you can’t control what’s happening, challenge yourself to control the way you respond to what’s happening. That’s where your power is.” Many times people who have a disability or injury focus primarily on what they can not accomplish. As an Occupational Therapist, we

Living it up! | Growing old or living long

Roger Wells, PA-C Lexington Regional Health Center LEXINGTON, NE – One out of every four 65-year-olds today will live past age 90. Many current beliefs about aging were based on information that is no longer valid given recent scientific advances. Cognitive and mental health For most older adults, age-associated changes in cognition (thinking) are mild and do not significantly interfere with daily functioning. Older adults are capable of learning new skills even later in life, though learning may take longer than for younger adults. Short-term memory

October Employee of the Month

Nominating Statement: “Raquel is an amazing individual and willing to help out no matter where or what it is. She always has a smile on her face and makes sure you are doing good. She is one of a kind with a heart of gold and she is a superb fit for LRHC.” Get to Know Raquel Racek Raquel has worked at LRHC since November 2021 as a Materials Management Clerk. Raquel and her husband, Darin, have been married for just over one year.

Lexington Regional Health Center is here to meet the demands of patients seeking mental health treatment

Kristina Messersmith, PLMHP, PCSW Lexington Regional Health Center LEXINGTON, NE – Mental health services have grown in demand nationwide. The pandemic brought a greater awareness of mental health due to people experiencing isolation and uncertainty. A 2020 statistic from the National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) shares that 1 in 5 Americans experience a mental illness in their lifetime. It is widely known that mental health is equally as important to manage as physical health, but the average person notices their physical symptoms

Reducing stress can lead to a healthier life

Stress overpowers so many individuals and takes over our strengths.  Stress comes from the world we live in, to illness, to what we can’t see in ourselves.  Stress reactions can be acute (short time frame), intermittent, or chronic.  Some people live on stress and pressure and the adrenaline while others can not and a small stressful situation can cause a panic attack.  When stress is a negative factor in one’s life, it is important to recognize it and work on

New scope technology at LRHC

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month! Watch as Dr. Seip goes over the benefits of Lexington Regional Health Center’s newest technology that can be used to detect colorectal cancer, among other things.