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Through the use of the simulator, users will incorporate teamwork and communication while sharpening clinical and decision-making skills for real life situations.
Armstrong County Commissioners signed a resolution authorizing a $1,000,000 construction grant for the expansion and renovation of the ACMH Cancer Center.
What you need to know
Are you concerned about skin cancer? Have you had prolonged exposure to the sun? Do you use a tanning bed?
ACMH joins an elite group of only 370+ Screening Centers across the country following Best Practices outlined by the Lung Cancer Alliance.
The Baltimore-based Esophageal Cancer Action Network (ECAN) has appointed Dr. Blair Jobe to its board of directors.
This year, all proceeds support the purchase of a new Linear Accelerator
to administer radiation cancer treatments at ACMH.
Having regular screening tests beginning at age 50 could save your life!
ACMH offers Tenex Health TX, a safe, quick procedure specially designed for those who are suffering from painful conditions associated with tendon damage.
MedReturn unit gives local residents a safe, environmentally friendly way to dispose of unwanted medication.
Reflux sufferers, meet LINX - a revolutionary solution for gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Screening & diagnosis now can be completed in one appointment, leading to faster decision on treatment.
The Armstrong County Veterans Treatment Court conducted its inaugural Treatment Court Graduation Ceremony on Monday, August 17th.