Photos: Connecting community with health care

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Photos: Connecting community with health care

Brittany Behrman, left, of Vallecito runs a photography booth for Centura Health’s Our Incredible Mission on Thursday at Mercy Regional Medical Center. Posing for a picture are Mercy employees Susan Hawks of Flora Vista and Lauren Harrow and Chris Harrow, both of Bayfield. The program is designed to connect community members and caregivers while highlighting health-related activities.
Alicia Sadler, social media content director for Our Incredible Mission, visits with therapy dogs Annie, 4, left, and Faja, 5. Centura Health’s traveling program stopped Thursday at Mercy Regional Medical Center. The two dogs typically visit patients in the hospital or in hospice about once a week.
Massage therapists Rachael Bruyere, left, and Erin Jones, both of Durango, massage Gail Raye, left, and her sister, Shirley Fleming, during Centura Health’s Our Incredible Mission held Thursday at Mercy Regional Medical Center. The program is designed to connect community members and caregivers while highlighting health-related activities.

Photos: Connecting community with health care

Brittany Behrman, left, of Vallecito runs a photography booth for Centura Health’s Our Incredible Mission on Thursday at Mercy Regional Medical Center. Posing for a picture are Mercy employees Susan Hawks of Flora Vista and Lauren Harrow and Chris Harrow, both of Bayfield. The program is designed to connect community members and caregivers while highlighting health-related activities.
Alicia Sadler, social media content director for Our Incredible Mission, visits with therapy dogs Annie, 4, left, and Faja, 5. Centura Health’s traveling program stopped Thursday at Mercy Regional Medical Center. The two dogs typically visit patients in the hospital or in hospice about once a week.
Massage therapists Rachael Bruyere, left, and Erin Jones, both of Durango, massage Gail Raye, left, and her sister, Shirley Fleming, during Centura Health’s Our Incredible Mission held Thursday at Mercy Regional Medical Center. The program is designed to connect community members and caregivers while highlighting health-related activities.
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