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Approximately 25 -33% of all women will suffer some form of pelvic floor dysfunction in their lifetime. The good news is that proper treatment can yield positive results, helping you take back control and regain confidence.

Enjoy the holiday season by keeping your wound care appointments to help manage your wound and promote healing.
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It is important to practice proper wound care at home and seek medical attention if there are any signs of
infection or other complications. Patients can try to schedule their wound care appointments around holiday plans or discuss treatment options with their wound care center.
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Columbia County Health System wishes a happy retirement to Drs. Lewis and Gwynneth Neace, Dedicated Physicians

Columbia County Health System announces the retirement of two esteemed doctors: Dr. Gwynneth Neace, Board Certified Pediatrician, and Dr. Lewis Neace, Board Certified Emergency Medicine Physician. The Hospital District is the immense benefactor of these two talented physicians choosing to come home in 2016 and lend their considerable skills to the communities they love. Being able to give back to the towns they were raised in was the capstone of the two accomplished careers in medicine, and after eight years of devoted service, they have decided to retire.

Throughout their time at Columbia County Health System, Dr. Gwynneth Neace and Dr. Lewis Neace have touched the lives of countless patients and families in the community. Their dedication and expertise have significantly impacted the well-being of those they have cared for and have elevated the quality of the care provided by the Health System.

Starting January 1, 2024, Dr. Lewis Neace will no longer be on the Emergency Department schedule. However, he will remain involved in a support capacity for the hospital and EMS on an administrative level, offering assistance as needed. Dr. Gwynneth Neace will continue serving patients in the clinic until March 1, 2024, allowing for a smooth transition to other providers. Both Doctors have expressed a willingness to help out when and where needed and plan to maintain their physician credentials.

Dr. Gwynneth Neace expressed her gratitude, saying, "This decision has not been easy, and I want to express my heartfelt thanks to all of you for your unwavering support throughout the years."

Columbia County Health System is immensely grateful for the exceptional service rendered by Dr. Gwynneth Neace and Dr. Lewis Neace. The hospital extends its warmest wishes to them as they embark on a well-deserved retirement from regular work.

Chronic wounds require ongoing medical attention, and missing appointments can lead to complications and delayed healing. It is important to prioritize wound care appointments and follow the prescribed treatment plan. #ComeHealWithUs #HealingOvertheHolidays ...

People living with chronic wounds may be hesitant to keep their wound care appointments during the holidays. Holidays are a time to spend with family and friends, and many people may not want to miss out on holiday festivities or travel plans. Keep your appointments!
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WA hospitals start cutting services as huge financial losses continue

Deficits continue to hit Washington hospitals hard, totaling more than $1.6 billion in the first nine months of 2023.

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