Wellness Services

Medical Nutrition Therapy

Medical nutrition therapy is helpful to people of all ages who are living with a wide range of conditions, including food allergies, trouble with weight gain or weight loss, cancer, kidney conditions, and more. Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH) employs registered dietitians (also called RDs) who specialize in diabetes education, weight[…]
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Lactation Program

Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH) is committed to helping you and your baby become a successful breastfeeding team. Our caregivers understand that deciding how you will feed your baby is one of the most important decisions you will make as a new parent. We are here to provide advice, encouragement, and[…]
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Outpatient Pharmacy

About the CMH Outpatient Pharmacy The CMH Outpatient Pharmacy is dedicated to helping you understand your medications. Each of our friendly and experienced pharmacists can answer your questions about how to take your medicine, what to expect, including potential side effects, and the things you should avoid when taking your[…]
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Diabetes Education

About CMH Diabetes Education Each year, it’s estimated that 1.4 million Americans are diagnosed with Diabetes. While there is no cure for diabetes, it can be managed.  If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with this chronic disease, CMH is here to help.  Our goal is to become[…]
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Tobacco Cessation

Statistics show that only 5% of the estimated 15 million smokers who try to quit each year actually succeed. Why? The nicotine in cigarettes is highly addictive. Many people who use tobacco want to quit, but find that without help, overcoming their dependence on tobacco and addiction to nicotine is[…]
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Cardiac Rehabilitation

Heart Care for the Rest of Your Life Following a cardiovascular event, such as a heart attack, heart surgery, or after a diagnosis of heart disease, your physician will likely recommend that you participate in a cardiac rehabilitation program. The certified CMH Cardiac Rehabilitation Program includes monitored exercise, nutritional and[…]
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Breast Health

Prevention is Your Best Protection Recent statistics indicate that 1 in 8 women may develop breast cancer during her lifetime, and while breast cancer is about 100 times less common among men than among women, their lifetime risk of developing breast cancer is about 1 in 1,000. At Columbia Memorial[…]
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