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CCMH now offers Patient Channel© and the Newborn Channel©

CCMH now offers Patient Channel© and the Newborn Channel©

GILLETTE, WY - October is an exciting time for Campbell County Memorial Hospital (CCMH), as we are proud to bring to our patients the largest closed-circuit health information network in America, Patient Channel©.

Patient Channel© and its sister station, the Newborn Channel©, are now streaming to each inpatient hospital room. Programs feature real patients and their physicians, providing practical information in an easy to understand format that has proved to be effective and helpful.  With more than 50 unique patient education programs that last approximately 15 minutes from experts that include:

  • Heart disease & stroke
  • Pain management
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Benefits for Mom & Baby
  • Breastfeeding
  • General health & wellness
  • And More...   

With Patient Channel© and the Newborn Channel© being available 24 hours a day, to help support staff educate patients on safety and other care initiatives. It also allows for staff to streamline education material. But the education doesn't end once the patient leaves the hospital. Patient Channel© and the Newborn Channel©, both have websites with access to the same great programs online with printable transcripts in both English and Spanish free to use after a simple registration process.

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