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  • Barr-Reeve Students Give Back

    Barr-Reeve Students Give Back Three high school students from Barr-Reeve are spreading cheer this holiday season by donating toys, bibs, color books and other items to Daviess Community Hospital. At DCH, each child who is admitted to the hospital receives a bag which includes a blanket, age-appropriate toy or book. The donated items will be included in bags throughout 2020. Items also included in ...

  • First Baby of 2018 and Last Baby of 2019 are Siblings

    First Baby of 2018 and Last Baby of 2019 are Siblings Ayla and Garrick Walls have spent more than one New Year’s Day at Daviess Community Hospital. On January 4, 2018, Lyra Ann Walls came into the world and became the first baby born at Daviess Community Hospital that year. Just two years later, the Walls family welcomed their third daughter, Lynix, on December 31, 2019. While it ...

  • DCH Announces 1st baby of 2020

    Daviess Community Hospital Announces 1 st Baby of 2020 ( Washington, IN ) — Ringing in the New Year in a hospital bed is not what people typically plan or look forward to unless they are waiting on the arrival of a baby. Erin and Bryce Newton were counting the days until January 8 th when their new baby was due to be born. Little Sydney Catherine Newton surprised them by coming just after ...

  • Neat Feet Clinic at Senior Center

    Daviess Community Hospital announces the schedule for the 2020 DCH Neat Feet Clinic. This service is provided once per month at Senior & Family Services in Washington from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. A Registered Nurse from Daviess Community Hospital will trim toenails, file toenails, assess feet for any abnormalities, and apply lotion to groomed feet. The Registered Nurse will also instruct each ...

  • Equipment Upgrade at Daviess Community Hospital

    Daviess Community Hospital is pleased to announce the newest MRI software upgrade at their Washington facility. The Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a medical imaging technique that uses a magnetic field and computer-generated radio waves to create detailed images of the organs and tissues in your body. Most MRI machines are large, tube-shaped magnets. “The equipment itself still looks ...

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