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Caring at Christmas Program Benefits Hospice Patients

Instead of mailing Christmas cards to friends and family this year, area residents may choose to donate the money they would have spent on cards and postage to “Caring at Christmas,” an annual program that raises money for charity. This year marks the 24th year for Caring at Christmas and Wilson Health Hospice has once again been chosen to receive the donations.

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

As the days shorten and the temperatures begin to drop, it’s safe to say winter is approaching. For some people this can trigger a case of seasonal depression or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

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Healthy Ohio Healthy Worksite Award - Bronze Level

The Healthy Ohio Healthy Worksite Award program annually recognizes Ohio employers that have demonstrated a commitment to their employees’ health by providing comprehensive worksite health pr

Wilson Health Approach to Care

At Wilson Health, our promise is that nothing comes before the health and vitality of our community - the only standard by which we measure success.

Instead of mailing Christmas cards to friends and family this year, area residents may choose to donate the money they would have spent on cards and postage to “Caring at Christmas,” an annual program that raises money for charity. This year marks the 24th year for Caring at Christmas and Wilson Health Hospice has once again been chosen to receive the donations.

Wilson Health Athletic Trainer Partnership with YMCA

A leader in the area for sports medicine services, Wilson Health recently expanded their sports medicine services by establishing a new partnership with Sidney-Shelby County YMCA.

Melissa Noble, certified athletic trainer, is the official athletic trainer for the Sidney-Shelby County YMCA. She provides athletic training coverage and access to the hospital’s comprehensive sports medicine services. The partnership officially began on August 1.