Angel Fund Gifts Make Holidays Bright for Patients at Rogers

Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation has officially closed down Santa’s workshop for the 2016 holiday season. “Thanks to the enormous support from of this year’s “Give for a Better Day” holiday drive, the foundation was able to distribute gifts to more than 450 children and teens going through treatment over the holidays,” reported Linda Schieble, special…

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Chapel Dedication Honors Carol Jefferies

This November marked the 11th anniversary of offering Spiritual Care to patients at Rogers Memorial Hospital. A special dedication of the chapel at Rogers Memorial Hospital – Oconomowoc was held to honor Carol Jefferies, who served as a chaplain from November 2005 to April 2016, in addition to honoring the dedicated efforts of the following…

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Molly Wissler Dedicates Her Time to the Mission

Molly Wissler is a registered nurse in the Adolescent Center for OCD and Anxiety. She’s worked at Rogers for 22 years – her entire professional career! She always wanted to work in behavioral medicine, inspired, in part, by her dad who provided vocational services to those with developmental disabilities. In 1994, Molly began working in…

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Journals Provide Unique Techniques for Coping

The altered book is one of several journaling techniques used at Rogers to help individuals cope with stress, process feelings, and express artistic abilities. An altered book is a book that has been changed into a work of visual art through painting, drawing, collage, and other embellishments. Using journals provided by the Foundation’s Angel Fund,…

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