Wilson Health News

Letty's Story

“My name is Letty and this is my Survivor Story. One day, I noticed a very small knot in my breast. I went to the doctor and was told I had a fiber cyst. Due to my age, they didn’t perform routine mammograms on young women. About 6 months later, I felt and heard a pop in my breast and my breast became noticeably hard. I went back to the doctor and had a biopsy and mammogram performed.

Christa's Story

“My name is Christa and this is my Survivor Story.

Dolores' Story

"My name is Dolores and this is my Survivor Story. I get a mammogram every year. That’s one of the great things about working at Wilson-they provide it as part of our annual bloodwork and wellness program. I have “dense breast tissue," which means interpreting my mammograms can be more difficult. About 10 years ago, they detected a suspicious spot. I had a biopsy done, and it was benign.

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.

Vickie's Story

“My name is Vickie and this is my Survivor Story. In 1995, I was 38 years old living in Spokane, Washington. A new mom with my family back in Ohio, I was living a busy life. I went in for my annual mammogram and received a follow up phone call a few days later stating I needed to have a biopsy since my mammogram came back abnormal. Instead of having the biopsy, I opted to have the suspicious lumps removed (lumpectomy). I believe this is what saved me.

Wilson Health Upgrades Pulmonary System with $2,000 Grant

Wilson Health’s Occupational Health Services assists companies by providing flexible workplace health programs designed to meet the unique needs of area businesses.

Wilson Health Offers Mended Hearts Support Group

Wilson Health is offering “Mended Hearts,” a community-based, national support network for heart patients and their caregivers. The group will kick-off on August 28, 2017 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Wilson Health Professional Building, Lower level, Room A.  

2nd Annual Heroes Behind the Badge Blood Drive

Wilson Health is teaming up with Shelby County Police, Fire and EMS departments as well as the Community Blood Center of Dayton to recruit more donors and help raise awareness of the need for blood donations. On August 29, 2017, the 2nd Annual Heroes Behind the Badge blood drive event will take place. This one day only donation event comes at a very crucial time when the blood supply in our area is in great demand.  

2017 Wilson Health Golf Classic Raises Over $35,000

Shelby Oaks Golf Club in Sidney was the site for the 23rd annual Wilson Health Foundation Golf Classic on July 10.  Net proceeds for the event were over $35,000, which will be used to build the Foundation’s general endowment fund. After this year’s event, the total net funds raised since inception in 1995 is $905,674.

137 golfers were registered to play in the event corporately supported by three Titanium sponsors:  Advanced Composites; Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc.; and NKTelco. 

Wilson Names Stewart Healthcare Worker of the Year

The Albert E. Dyckes Healthcare Worker of the Year Award is given each year to one Ohio caregiver who personifies a leader who gives back to the community and routinely goes beyond the call of duty. All nominees will be honored at the June OHA Recognition Banquet in Columbus.