Audubon County Memorial Hospital (ACMH) has launched a new speaker series initiative to engage with the community on a personal level. In this month’s session, Dr. Stephanie Vampola, a Family Medicine Physician, visited Audubon Elementary kindergarten class to discuss first aid for their Summer Safety Program. She also talked about important topics such as fire safety, street/bike safety, and swim safety. The kindergarten students participated in the conversation by raising hands and answering questions. ACMH aims to bring their providers out of the clinic setting and into local gatherings to address healthcare concerns of the community personally and bring relevant healthcare education directly to those that need it most. Organizations interested in participating in the speaker series initiative can contact ACMH’s Marketing Director.
AUDUBON — Audubon County Memorial Hospital (ACMH) is reaching out to the community through its new speaker series initiative. The program aims to engage with locals on a personal level and build lasting relationships with those they serve. As part of this initiative, Dr. Stephanie Vampola, Family Medicine Physician, recently visited the Audubon Elementary kindergarten class.
During her visit, Dr. Vampola talked to the students about first aid as part of the Summer Safety Program. The kindergarteners were eager to participate in the conversation, raising their hands and answering questions. With summer approaching, Dr. Vampola also discussed other important safety topics such as fire safety, street/bike safety, and swim safety.
The visit was made possible by Audubon teachers Carley Karns, Heather Griffith, and Kali Wilder. ACMH Clinic staff also contributed by making first aid kits for Dr. Vampola to hand out to the students.
The success of this initiative has encouraged ACMH to continue bringing its providers out of the clinic setting and into local gatherings. By doing so, they can address healthcare concerns of the community personally and bring relevant healthcare education directly to those who need it most.
If you would like to participate in the speaker series initiative with an ACMH provider, you can contact Marketing Director Susan Greving at: email@example.com.
ACMH’s commitment to community outreach is commendable. By providing healthcare education and res to the community, they are empowering individuals and families to make informed decisions about their health and well-being. We applaud ACMH for their efforts and hope that other healthcare providers will follow their lead.