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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.

2023 Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Each March we take time to recognize Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Did you know? Colorectal Cancer is the 3rd most common cancer in both men and women but… early detection of colorectal cancer can allow for more effective treatment! Lexington Regional Health Center is once again offering free colorectal screening kits (fecal occult blood test kits)! Please call (308) 324-18592 by March 31st to receive yours! Complete the kit in the privacy of your own home and mail or drop the

2023 New Year’s Baby

We are excited to announce that our 2023 New Year’s baby has arrived! Kinsley Elizabeth Roemmich made her appearance at 1:54am on January 3, 2023 weighing 6 lbs13 oz and 19 ½ inches long. Kinsley’s parents are Adrianne and Austin Roemmich of Lexington and big brother Hudson who is two years old. The delivering provider was Certified Nurse Midwife, Tara Lawless, APRN, FNP-C, CNM, WCC. “Great care, great staff! Couldn’t ask for a better experience so close to home!” – Roemmich

2022 Caring Kind Award Winner – Hannah Hild

“Hannah truly is one of the kindest people and is so deserving of this award. She is never in a bad mood and is always willing to help anyone whether it is a patient or a fellow co-worker. She will go out of her way to say hello in the hallway and always has a huge smile on her face. She has taken on the Director of Outpatient position with easy while managing double the staff she used to as