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Trim with Tim: Personal Training at Health Directions

This month, WIS-TV is featuring a special segment on WIS News 10 Sunrise called Trim with Tim. Weather forecaster Tim Miller is working out with personal trainer Stephen McDonald at Health Directions, our hospital’s health and wellness facility, to tone up and build lean muscle. Check out his muscles in this segment below!

The Heart Benefits of Exercise

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Tune into WIS-TV today at 5:00 p.m. to learn about the heart benefits of exercise with members of Health Directions, Lexington Medical Center’s health and wellness facility. And, learn how to sign up for free exercise classes this week as part of our “Take 5 for Heart Health” campaign.

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LMC Helps Kick Off New School Year

Dr. Jim Estes of Lexington Women's Care talks with school district staff member about hospital Ob/Gyn services

Lexington Medical Center was pleased to sponsor a breakfast for the annual Lexington-Richland 5 school district’s Back-to-School Kickoff for district teachers and employees.

Nearly 2,500 school district staff members attended the breakfast and pep rally at Dutch Fork High School on the morning of August 18th. In addition, Lexington Medical Center doctors and staff members were there with information on the hospital and its services including Ob/Gyn care, Midwives, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Health Directions, the hospital’s health and wellness facility.

Dr. Whitney Thoma, Ob/Gyn, of Chapin Women's Care meets and greets school district staff members.

Present at the breakfast to meet and greet with school district employees were Dr. Jim Estes, Lexington Women’s Care Ob/Gyn; Dr. Whitney Thoma, Chapin Women’s Care Gyn; Terre Shankle, Lexington Women’s Care Midwife; Mimi Jackson of Cardiovascular Rehabilition and Lisa Minges of Health Directions.

Lexington Medical Center staff members talk with teachers about hospital programs.

This is the first year that Lexington Medical Center has sponsored the breakfast for this event. “We are always looking for new, innovative ways to show our partnership with our community,” said Barbara Willm, vice president of community relations at Lexington Medical Center. “We believe the partnership between business and education is important; we’re always supportive of our school systems.”

The school year for Lexington-Richland 5 began August 19th. For more information about Lexington Medical Center and its services, visit www.lexmed.com.