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How Giles doctors are going the extra mile to keep kids safe and active

Doctors in Giles County have supported local athletics for 30 years, providing free sports physicals to students. Dr. Robert Devereaux with Carilion Clinic Family Medicine - Pearisburg, told WDBJ he and his colleagues are trying to encourage kids to be active, while keeping them safe.

Will these videos change your end-of-life plan?

It is perhaps one of the most difficult conversations between a doctor and a dying patient. How much should we do to keep you alive? Some health providers are trying a new approach - using frank, detailed videos describing advanced life-prolonging measures such as CPR and ventilators to help patients and their families make informed decisions.

Congratulations to the winners of Carilion Clinic's first employee art show!

As part of the Robert L.A. Keeley Healing Arts Program, Carilion partnered with the National Arts Program to sponsor its first employee art show. 165 Carilion employees, volunteers and immediate family members submitted 271 pieces.  The display of creativity and talent was amazing! Congratulations and thanks to all who entered.  See for yourself, and hear from some of the winners and judges.  Voting for the People's Choice Award continues through June 15th.

Celebrate Carilion Giles Communty Hospital's 4th Anniversary this Sunday, June 1st

The new Carilion Giles Community Hospital (CGCH), completed on Hartley Way in May of 2010,  has been proudly serving the residents of Giles County and the surrounding region with quality care for four years.  To celebrate this milestone, CGCH is joining with the Giles Arts Council to present an anniversary celebration in the hospital lobby on June 1st, 2014 from 2:00-4:00 p.m.  The celebration will feature the outstanding work of Giles County Public Schools winning artists.

How Forensic Nurses Help Victims

Nurses are there to help people - forensic nurses help people who have experienced the worst physical and emotional trauma imaginable.  Carilion's forensic nursing program is set to mark it's 20th anniversary -- two decades providing compassionate care to victims while collecting and protecting evidence used to prosecute the attacker. 

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