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Emergency Department Expansion On The Horizon
Dance With Our Stars Fundraiser
FREMONT-RIDEOUT FOUNDATION HOSTS HOLIDAY FUNDRAISER
Leading Cardiologist Joins Fremont-Rideout Health Group and the Heart Center at Rideout
A Done Deal. We Did It Thanks To You!
Fremont-Rideout Health Group Board of Directors Welcomes Two New Members
New Strategies for Pain Management Speaker: Muhammad Alghannam, MD, Pain Management Specialists
The FR Foundation’s Annual Evening of Appreciation Celebrated Our Donors and 10 Years of Cancer Care at DENIM & DIAMONDS.
Hospital Nurses at Fremont-Rideout Health Group Ratify Contract
Fremont Medical Center Respiratory Laboratory Receives Accreditation
Aortic Aneurysm Disease and Its Treatment Speaker: Andrew Macbeth, MD, FACS, Vascular Surgeon
Fremont-Rideout Children’s Bereavement Camp Sign-ups 2010
WANTED: Hearts of Gold
Fremont-Rideout Foundation Awards Six Scholarship to Deserving Students
Fremont-Rideout Health Group’s Pediatric Patient Safety Record in Top 5% Nationwide
The FRHG and other local organizations and businesses are recognized for creating Tobacco Free environments in our community.
Country Florist and Volunteers Work Together to Bring Smiles to People Through Beautiful Flower Arrangements
Fremont Rideout Cancer Center To Host Cancer Survivors Day 2010
Car Show to Benefit Fremont-Rideout Cancer Center
Car Show to Benefit Fremont-Rideout Cancer Center
Fremont-Rideout Foundation Awards Six Scholarship to Deserving Students
Free Sunscreen/Lotion Samples at Fremont-Rideout Cancer Center
23Fremont-Rideout Hospice pays tribute to those who have passed-away to honor the life, love and hope found in hospice care
They will not cure cancer, but they will warm the heart and body.
Fremont-Rideout Health Group Hires Interim Chief Financial Officer
Sierra Health Care, A Member of the FRHG, Receives Accreditation with Commendation from the Compliance Team, Inc.
Fremont-Rideout Health Group Announces Consolidation of In-Patient Services and Workforce Reduction.
FREMONT-RIDEOUT HEALTH GROUP ANNOUNCES CHANGES TO ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Introducing the Fremont-Rideout Teen Leadership Council. TLC provides students an opportunity to participate in healthcare Edu.
Fremont-Rideout Health Group Earns Quality Respiratory Care Recognition from the American Association for Respiratory Care
Street Closures Continue As We Renovate to Serve Our Patients Better
Fremont and Rideout Auxiliaries donate funds to Fremont-Rideout Health Group
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Take Your Sweetheart for a Walk at FRHG’s Bless Your Heart Walk
Pardon Our Dust – We’re under renovation so that we might serve our patients better.
FREMONT-RIDEOUT HEALTH GROUP ANNOUNCES UPGRADES AND IMPROVEMENTS AT RIDEOUT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
Medical Staff Board Chosen at FRHG
New Donor System to be installed at Fremont Medical Center Celebrating the generosity of our donors.
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Free Sunscreen/Lotion Samples at Fremont-Rideout Cancer Center

The Rideout Cancer Center acknowledges May as Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Free Sunscreen and Important Information available.

                Thanks to the generosity of dermatologist Jenine Tanabe, MD, beginning May 17, the Rideout Cancer Center, 618 5th Street, Marysville, has FREE skin lotion/sunscreen available, while supplies last.

                The Cancer Center will also provide a brochure that describes skin cancer, self-examination techniques and prevention to people who stop by.

                Both items are available at the Cancer Center reception desk, Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm beginning May 17.

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According to the National Cancer Institute the following steps can help reduce your lifetime risk of developing skin cancer:

              Sunscreens are rated in strength according to a sun protection factor (SPF), which ranges from 2 to 30 or higher. Those rated 15 to 30 block most of the sun’s harmful rays.

              Whenever possible, people should avoid exposure to the midday sun (from 10a-3p)

              Keep in mind that protective clothing, such as sun hats and long sleeves, can block out the sun’s harmful rays.

                If you are concerned about your risk for skin cancer, you should discuss this topic with your physician. The American Cancer Society as well as the American Academy of Dermatology provide credible online information about self examination, risk factors and more.

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