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2024 January Employee of the Month

Nominating Statement: “Ayan is such a great asset to LRHC! She never hesitates to help in whatever department she is needed and is just a phone call away! We appreciate her open communication, professionalism and passion for our patients.” Get to Know Ayan Moulid Ayan has worked at LRHC since May 2019 as a medical interpreter. She is currently studying for her bachelor’s degree in business administration. She has a great passion to become a Certified Medical Interpreter. Ayan likes exploring the great outdoors.

Two LRHC Leaders Graduate from NHA Leadership Institute

In 2023 Curtis Roemmich, Director of Rehabilitation and Leonard Wilson, Director of Respiratory Therapy went through 9 month Nebraska Hospital Association Leadership Institute class. This 9 month course is a great opportunity for emerging leaders to further their leadership skills and competencies through a series of interactive sessions. “The NHA Leadership Institute is a wonderful avenue to further develop leadership skills as well as initiate networking with other healthcare professionals across the state.  Curtis and Leonard are motivated and excited to

Lexington Regional Health Center nationally recognized for its commitment to quality care for heart attacks

  Lexington Regional Health Center has received American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® STEMI Referring Center Bronze recognition for its commitment to ensuring science-based treatment for all people experiencing a specific type of heart attack known as an ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), known to be more severe and dangerous than other types of heart attacks. Each year, about 285,000 people in the U.S. experience this type of heart attack, caused by a complete blockage in a coronary artery.[1] Nearly

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 Many current beliefs about aging were based on information that is no longer valid given recent scientific advances.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

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.

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