Month: February 2017

What Customers Say Can Make or Break Your Business in 2017

In the digital landscape of 2017, the reputation of your business is on the line… or rather online, and what people are saying about you means far more than you might realize. In response to Google’s most recent search engine ranking changes, Kearney-based digital marketing company ShoutCloud Studios has recently expanded it’s suite of digital …

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News from Liberty Hospital

Liberty Hospital Half Marathon/Norterre 5K More than 550 are signed up for the first Liberty Hospital Half Marathon/Norterre 5K on March 4! There still is time to sign up at www.LibertyHospitalHalf.org. Proceeds support community LiveWell Grants distributed through the Liberty Hospital Foundation. These grants are given to non-profit organizations whose goal is to improve the …

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Northland Therapeutic Riding Center Hosts Volunteer Orientation

Northland Therapeutic Riding Center Needs Volunteers Volunteer Orientation Tuesday March 8th, 5:30-8:00 WHAT IS THERAPEUTIC RIDING? Therapeutic Riding uses equine-oriented activities to positively impact the cognitive, physical, emotional, and social well-being of people with special needs. The horse is a unique therapy tool in that its walk is rhythmic and repetitive and encourages movement responses …

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Free AFIB Lunch-N-Learn at Excelsior Springs Hospital

Atrial fibrillation is one of the TOP 10 diagnoses for people in the Northland. The minimally invasive Watchman procedure is an innovative approach to reducing Afib stroke risk that may also Interventional Cardiologist eliminate the need for long-term blood thinners.David M. Hahn, MD, will discuss this life changing new procedure and eligibility requirements. The event …

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Community Health in Action Winners Recognized

The Clay County Public Health Center, along with Tri-County Mental Health, Saint Luke’s Smithville, Excelsior Springs Hospital, Liberty Hospital and North Kansas City Hospital, recognized 15 individuals, groups and organizations for their work in improving the health of Clay County. “We had a lot of variety this year in our nominations, providing the opportunity to …

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