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Life is a Marathon
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Life is a Marathon

Competing in a half-marathon takes grit, determination and dedication — these are all traits Leah Nixon embodies. She’s also an artist, a mom and an entrepreneur. If a picture is […]

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A Full Ride on the Frontlines Caregiver Feature

A Full Ride on the Frontlines

Caregiver Jordan Hanley, RN, discovered that a supportive environment is crucial to finding your next level. Jordan Hanley, RN, always knew — even when she was a little girl growing […]

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Like Family

Chris Seime, PA-C, is a Physician Assistant serving patients at Monument Health Sturgis Clinic. He’s passionate about providing family medicine to this northern Black Hills town and serving this community […]

Not Slowing Down Patient Stories

Not Slowing Down

Kip Wagner was 34 years old when he found out he had type 1 diabetes. His daughter, Katie Washnok, was diagnosed at age 12. Kip’s son, Kevin Wagner, was 25.

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Community and Culture

Community and Culture

There are about as many different coffee orders as there are caregivers at Monument Health. And the baristas crafting each drink are every bit as unique as the orders they serve.

Feels Like Home

Feels Like Home

Fifty years working at the same hospital sounds like a big commitment, but for Wanda Schummer, it’s been time well spent.

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Not Slowing Down

Kip Wagner was 34 years old when he found out he had type 1 diabetes. His daughter, Katie Washnok, was diagnosed at age 12. Kip’s son, Kevin Wagner, was 25.

A Way to Fight Back

A Way to Fight Back

The Clinical Research department at Monument Health has a rich history of working on medical breakthroughs. For one patient, her participation in a recent study may have saved her life.

Where Are They Now: One Tough Teen: Carter Berlin

Where Are They Now: One Tough Teen: Carter Berlin

Stepping up to challenges is nothing new for Carter.