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Webinars

Upcoming events

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Going Rogue: Fall edition, a guide to all things to do in the valley Join us for a guide to all things to do in the valley! It’s geared toward new adventures and experiences for all age groups. The fall edition will focus specifically on events and activities offered in the valley during this time. We’ll explore beautiful hiking trails, pumpkin patches, festivals and other events that everyone will enjoy. Presented by Tessa Hulse, Health Educator, Asante.October 5, 202212:00 pm1 hour
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Recorded videos

Outpatient total and partial knee replacements

July 19, 2022

Featuring Dr. John Reid, Orthopedic Surgeon and Jim Clower, Physical Therapist, Asante.

Watch an informative presentation about when you may need a knee replacement and all the outpatient options available to you.

Dr. Reid

How to save a brain and get the best recovery after a stroke

June 21, 2022

Featuring Dr. Kelleher, Medical Director of the Emergency Department at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center

Learn about the symptoms, causes, risk factors and prevention of stroke, and the latest in lifesaving response and treatment.

Watch our informative presentation about screening for colorectal cancer

March 15, 2022

Featuring Dr. Nelson, Colon & Rectal Surgeon, Asante Three Rivers Medical Center

Learn the best way to beat colon cancer and effective treatments from one of Asante’s leading colon and rectal surgeons. Hosted by Asante’s own Kim Woodruff, manager of General Surgery in Grants Pass, these sessions will both entertain and enlighten.

Dr. Nelson

Recent advances in cardiology — how science and technology make our lives better

Feb. 23, 2022

Featuring Dr. Kent Dauterman, longtime cardiologist with Southern Oregon Cardiology 

Discover the latest and greatest in heart care. Advances in technology over the last decade have made open-heart surgery almost a thing of the past. You’ll learn how new technology saves hearts without opening chests, prevents stroke without blood thinners and how your smartphone can save your life. 

Kent Dauterman, MD

Your heart is over 50 — what could possibly go wrong with an organ that beats 100,000 times a day?

Feb. 10, 2022

Featuring Dr. Brian Gross, longtime cardiologist with Southern Oregon Cardiology

Clogged plumbing, bad wiring, faulty mechanics, a weak pump: There are so many things that can go wrong with the heart as we age. Genetics and diet play a factor, too. Learn what to watch out for and how to keep your most important organ healthy.

Brian Gross MD

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