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By: Maria Clark, M.S., CF-SLP Q: I often find myself not remembering as well as I use to. What is wrong? How can I fix this? A: Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) can evaluate and treat cognitive linguistic difficulties. Cognitive linguistic deficits…

Culture attracts new RLMC imaging director

Rainy Lake Medical Center’s culture is what attracted its new director of imaging. Melanie Britten, who has a long history in healthcare, said after taking a temporary hiatus from the industry, she was looking for more than just a job…

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By Krista Wagner, OTR/L Question: Is leaking urine a normal part of the aging process? Answer: Incontinence is an involuntary loss of urine or stool that impacts your daily activities or routines, and is not a normal part of the…

RLMC signs family practice physician

Chris Little will return to Borderland in 2024 A Borderland native will return to the area in 2024 as a family practice physician at Rainy Lake Clinic. Chris Little, a 2010 Falls High School graduate, has signed an agreement with…

RLMC to launch respiratory and pulmonary service line

Rainy Lake Medical Center’s new respiratory and pulmonary service line officially launches next week. Jaci Klaphake, respiratory therapist, will begin seeing patients June 13, and is looking forward to finally treating and educating community members in need. “A respiratory therapist…

CEO offers 2022 outlook

The 2022 horizon includes many exciting things happening at Rainy Lake Medical Center. Our RLMC heroes in every department are working incredibly hard to ensure they are doing everything in their power to care for the communities we serve. Our…

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By: Meghann Cassibo Q: What is Occupational Therapy? A: Occupational therapists strive to help individuals of all ages participate in their desired occupations with the therapeutic use of everyday activities that are based on an individual’s needs and interests. Occupations…

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