RappU’s new nurse aide training lab: an entire classroom equipped with three hospital beds, life-like manikins, and extensive array of medical devices. If you didn’t know better you’d swear you were standing in a hospital ward.
Rappahannock County’s significant health needs — of which there are many — will be assessed at a PATH Foundation supported Community Health Town Hall next Thursday at Fauquier Hospital. PATH is requesting RSVP’s by Friday, March 31.
One would assume that a best-kept secret to a long and healthy life would be somewhat technical — given it was revealed by NASA’s former director of life sciences to a Rappahannock County audience last Friday. Think again. And don’t…
In the coming weeks, research will be conducted through online and phone surveys, as well as focus groups with community health leaders, to assess opinions on our area’s significant health needs.
The PATH Foundation, which serves this, Fauquier and Culpeper counties, has invested $370,000 in cutting-edge “telehealth” medical services — including remote mental health treatment and innovative tele-psychiatry.
Flu season is here, seven weeks earlier this year, according to Rappahannock Rapidan Health District epidemiologist for the Virginia Department of Health, Virginia is currently seeing widespread levels of influenza.
The Brotherhood of St. Andrew offers men and boys the Discipline of Prayer, Study and Service; to follow Christ and bring others into his kingdom. We welcome newcomers to join us for breakfast every Tuesday at 7 a.m. at St.…
An artists' tour, Stone Hill theater and how the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society found its way to Little Washington 25 years ago (and regularly ever since, including this coming Sunday).
The EpiPen pack was just over $600. The last time she’d purchased an EpiPen, probably in the early 1990s, she said, it was about $50.
Ella Miller can be found working at Mountainside Physical Therapy on U.S. 211 — where she used to work as a technician while earning her undergraduate degree at Virginia Tech.
PART 2 OF 3: In lieu of cell and broadband connectivity, Rappahannock's students, visitors, responders and workers plug into some creative solutions.
What does science say? Can extended exposure to radio signals increase a person’s risk of developing cancer, infertility or other health problems?
The board of directors of Hospice of the Piedmont has announced the appointment of Ronald Cottrell as the organization’s new president and CEO.
Rappahannock's public schools are awarded a $100,000 grant for a program designed “to improve the overall climate of health and wellness in the schools, nutritionally, physically, and mentally."
The staff at Mountainside Physical Therapy gathers for a group shot as a reminder that the gym is now open for public use on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday mornings.
The website for Rapp at Home (rappathome.org) went live last Friday, just in time for an open house to recruit volunteers and members.