Kirby Medical Center Blog

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  • Dan is Confident in his Health at Kirby

    From broken bones to concussions, Dan Koenigs has always turned to Kirby for medical care. When he needed to seek emergency care, he immediately went to Kirby because it was close to home, and he was confident in the ER staff’s care and abilities. “The care I received in the ER the morning of my stroke was amazing,” says Koenigs. Despite his medical setback, Koenigs enjoys running on Kirby’s ...

  • Pete's Recovery Journey at Kirby Medical Center

    For general care and managing his high blood sugar, Peter Clark, Ph. D. always turns to Kirby Medical Center. "Kirby is always my go-to place for medical care because I know I will be taken care of and treated right away,” says Pete. In August of 2018, when Pete went to Kirby Quick Care with chest and arm pain, Dr. Huang immediately transferred him to the ER, where it was confirmed that he had experienced ...

  • Get to Know: Sara E . Wade MS, RD, LDN; Director of Food & Nutrition Services

    Adhering to a diet that meets your specific nutritional needs can be difficult. Researching the pros and cons of various types of food and keeping track of all the serving sizes can feel overwhelming, which is why we are here to help. At Kirby Medical Center, you can work with Sara to create a healthy, customized diet and activity plan to assist you in meeting your overall health goals. Let's meet Sara! Why did ...

  • Get to know KMC's Materials Management Team!

    We sure do keep our Materials Management team busy! They spend their days filling department orders, placing orders through various vendors, helping people who walk in, delivering incoming items throughout hospital, and answering phones. The best moment of their department career has been getting their department renovated in the expansion project! Let's meet the team! Get to Know: Danielle Kulow - Director of ...

  • Get to Know: Kristen Clark, BSN, RN with KMG

    Why did you choose to work in healthcare? I am a second-generation nurse so, you could say nursing is in my genes. I knew from a very young age that I would become a nurse. Nursing challenges me intellectually, ethically, and spiritually which allows for tremendous personal growth. It also provides a platform to give generously to individuals, families, and my greater community. I can’t think of another career ...

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