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Welcome to the Memorial Health Care Systems website. MHCS is a community-based, non-profit health care provider located in Seward, Nebraska. Our goal is to provide quality health care to you by committed, experienced professionals.

HAPPENINGS -


Monday, February 9 - MHCS Auxiliary Meeting
Time:       Noon
Location: SFMC lower-level Vahle Conference Room


Tuesday, February 17 - Diabetic Support Group
Time:       7:00 pm
Location: SFMC lower-level Vahle Conference Room
Topic:      Diabetic Heart Smart
For more information call Joan at 402-643-2971, ext. 1004.


Friday, February 27 - Fridays For You
Time:       Noon - 1:00pm
Location: SFMC lower-level Vahle Conference Room
Topic: Steps To Living a Heart Healthy Lifestyle presented by Nicole Briggs, RN, BSN.

RSVP by calling 402-646-4707 or email shana.glover@mhcs.us by February 20. Free, Light Lunch Provided.


2015 Auxiliary Spring Bazaar
Location: SFMC lower-level Vahle Conference Room
Thursday, March 5: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Friday, March 6: 10:00am - 4:00 pm


Tuesday, March 17- Diabetic Support Group
Time:       7:00 pm
Location: SFMC lower-level Vahle Conference Room
Topic:      Lab Results and What They Mean for Diabetic Health
For more information call Joan at 402-643-2971, ext. 1004.


Friday, March 20 - Fridays For You

Time:       Noon - 1:00pm
Location: SFMC lower-level Vahle Conference Room
Topic:      Weight Loss presented by James Plasek, MD.

RSVP by calling 402-646-4707 or email shana.glover@mhcs.us by March 13 . Free, Light Lunch Provided.


Wednesday, April 1- MHCS 31st Annual Health Fair "Blast Off to Good Health"
Time:       5:30am - 1:00 pm
Location: Seward Ag Pavilion
Pre-registration required on all Blood Chemistry Participants by March 25th. Registration forms located at the Milford, Seward and Utica Family Medical Centers. Contact Jane Rehmer 402-646-4626 for more information or read more here.

 

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