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    IACH Medicine

    Audio | Irwin Army Community Hospital

    About

    IACH Medicine Podcast brings the medical team closer to the Army families of Fort Riley, KS. Through interviews with providers, nurses, and leaders at Irwin Army Community Hospital, this show addresses health issues that matter most to Tricare beneficiaries.



    Episodes


    • IACH Medicine Podcast 2

      IACH Medicine Podcast brings you closer to your medical team through interviews of providers, specialists and leaders at Irwin Army Community Hospital, Fort Riley, Kansas. The more you know IACH, the more IACH can serve you. In Episode #2 we show you how to book an appointment on a Sunday night.

      09/27/2021


    • Helping Kids Emotionally

      Kids Need Guidance, Not Threats Wendy Hampton is an IACH clinical social worker embedded with a Fort Riley elementary school. Her proximity to the students makes her services viewed by the students, as well as school staff, as seamlessly connected to the school, leading to a reduction of stigma often associated with seeking behavioral health care, improving access to BH care, and enabling BH interventions.

      03/02/2021


    • Does COVID Vaccine Cause Infertility?

      As COVID-19 vaccine become broadly available, concerns about infertility, pregnancy, and breastfeeding could mean that many women will skip vaccinations. Dr. Morgan Wasickanin, an IACH OB-GYN, addresses the concern about infertility not only as a physician but as a mom who plans to have more more children. She also speaks about the vaccine's effect on breastfeeding moms.

      02/26/2021


    • Military Families Under Strain

      Military Families Under Strain Military families face unique stressors that can impact child and family functioning. Teresa Nelsen, an IACH licensed clinical marriage & family therapist, explains how the Child and Family Behavioral Health System (CAFBHS), works with family members who struggle with military stressors to regain stability in their lives.

      02/25/2021


    • Persistent Memory Lapses

      It's Not Always Alzheimer's Persistent memory lapses that begin to interfere with your life should not be ignored. A head injury can result in long-lasting motor, cognitive, communicative, and psychosocial disabilities that range from mild to severe. Susan Cullen, a speech-language pathologist with the IACH Department of Behavioral Health, is uniquely trained to manage cognitive-communication disorders. While some individuals with severe injuries may have forgotten parts of their past it is much more common to have trouble remembering recent events, experience a decline of attention skills and an inability to follow instructions

      12/04/2020


    • Can't Do Life Without Alcohol

      Losing Everything — The Story of Alcoholism Jobs, relationships, health...everything perishes to the disease of loss. Gary Klozenbucher, clinical director for Substance Use Disorder Clinical Care, compares addiction to a disease that requires medical intervention. In his experience with treating Soldiers, Klozenbucher says he never forces or tells patients what to do. Trust lies at the core of the SUDCC approach.

      12/02/2020


    • IACH Medicine: How to Communicate with Your Medical Team

      Secure Messaging System connects Army families to with their IACH medical team. Families can inquire with their team about non-urgent healthcare matters. In this interview we discuss the various features of SMS and how through this technology providers can even make an online house call.

      06/11/2015


    • IACH Medicine: Does Military Rank Matter in the ER

      What is the purpose of the emergency room? Why can it seem like people have to wait unfairly long? What is the triage system? Does the triage nurse consider military rank for order of priority?

      06/01/2015


    • IACH Medicine: What to Do with Ticks and Bats on Fort Riley

      Spring season is also tick season on Fort Riley, KS. How concerned should we be about ticks? Are pets as vulnerable to ticks? Learn about how to take care of your family and what to do if you find ticks on your body. Also, we ask a wildlife biologist about bats on Fort Riley. Is it possible to get bitten by a bat without knowing it? In this Podcast we talk to a hospital sanitarian, a biologist, and a vet about these questions.

      05/05/2015


    • IACH Medicine: How to Book and Appointment on a Sunday

      IACH Medicine Podcast brings you closer to your medical team through interviews of providers, specialists and leaders at Irwin Army Community Hospital, Fort Riley, Kansas. The more you know IACH, the more IACH can serve you. In Episode #2 we show you how to book an appointment on a Sunday night.

      04/22/2015