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Wilson Health Raises Awareness of Breast Cancer

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month and Wilson Health is encouraging women to get their screening mammograms.

The breast cancer mortality rate in Shelby County is 27 percent higher than the national rate. The screening mammography rate in Shelby County is 58.1 percent compared to a national rate of 72.4 percent. Ohio ranks seventh in highest number of breast cancer diagnosis.

Auxiliary Donations Improve Patient Experience

Since the Wilson Health Auxiliary’s inception in 1974, the organization has donated over $797,000 to Wilson Health. Each year, more than 80 volunteers give their time and talent to the hospital and average more than 13,000 hours of service. The Auxiliary raises funds through hospital gift shop sales, fundraisers and dues paid by members. These funds are donated to the Wilson Health Foundation. Hospital departments are asked to submit a wish list of equipment needs that would enhance the patient experience.

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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.

Public Invited to Hope Launch on October 15

The loss of a child is a very emotional time in the life of a parent. The loss is often a private burden that parents carry alone. Wilson Health would like to reach out to all those who have experienced a similar situation. On Monday, October 15, 2018, Wilson Health will host the 10th Annual Hope Launch in conjunction with National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day.