Archive for December 2017

Slipping Away

  This is not my life. At least that is what I sometimes tell myself. It started when my husband experienced a stroke. Immediately in the hospital they documented the neurological damage. Over the next few days. he was getting better. The doctors caught a high blood pressure problem that was unchecked and most likely…

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New staff hired for Prairie View Inpatient Services Program

NEWTON, Kan. (Dec. 13, 2017) – Prairie View welcomes two staff members to serve in its inpatient services program: Cindy Welton, BSN, RN, and Vince Tafolla, MSW. A highly skilled clinical nurse leader with more than 40 years of experience in healthcare, including 29 years of nursing experience in critical care and psychiatry, Welton will…

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New Staff Hired for Prairie View Inpatient Services Program

NEWTON, Kan. (Dec. 13, 2017) – Prairie View welcomes two staff members to serve in its inpatient services program: Cindy Welton, BSN, RN, and Vince Tafolla, MSW. A highly skilled clinical nurse leader with more than 40 years of experience in healthcare, including 29 years of nursing experience in critical care and psychiatry, Welton will…

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My Worst Day

  You might think my worst day was the day I permanently scarred myself hoping to score more painkillers. But it wasn’t. I didn’t think I was much different from anyone I grew up with or who lives in my hometown. We all drank in high school and college, and we didn’t skip experimenting with…

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A Little More Light

  “Whoever loves a brother or sister lives in the light, and in such a person there is no cause for stumbling.” I John 2:10, NRSV I remember my ninth grade Algebra class. At first, the problems seem complicated and mysterious. But then, suddenly, I caught on. Aha! The proverbial light bulb went on! I…

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