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Prostate Disease

Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death in men over the age of 50. The National Cancer Institute estimates that approximately 241,000 men were diagnosed with prostate cancer and over 33,000 died from the disease in 2011. Screening. Currently, there are approximately 42 million men in the U.S. over the age of 50. For men in this age category, the…

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2011 USATF Region 1 Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships Queensbury High School Queensbury NY Sunday, November 20, 2011 RESULTS REGISTER ONLINE (closes on Thurs, Nov 17th at 5:00 p.m.) FACT SHEET | START BOXES | VIEW ENTRIES (available mid-November)

The ProUroScan™ Prostate Imaging System

ProUroScan is an advanced medical imaging system that uses an array of sensors mounted on a rectal probe, a central processing unit and software and image construction algorithms to provide a real time color image of abnormalities in the prostate. The system provides an image or record of the pressures that are generated from palpation of the posterior surface of the prostate using a rectal probe. The system’s operation is…

2005 USA Master 5 km Cross Country Championships

Sunday , October 16, 2005 Saratoga Spa State Park Saratoga Springs, New York USATF Adirondack Association and the Adirondack Athletic Club are proud to host the 2005 USA Masters 5 km Cross Country Championships in conjunction with the Saratoga National Bank Open 5km Cross Country Classic. We are eagerly anticipating competition from a multitude of USATF Associations, and have prepared this brochure for your information and registration. Please visit www.usatfadir.org…

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USATF Adirondack LDR Grand Prix Scoring UPCOMING EVENTS Championship/Grand Prix Events: LDR Team Championship – Entry Form: Team Declaration Form Sunday, Oct. 30 – Saratoga Cross Country Classic Registration is Open: Click Here Information Sheet: Click Here Team Declaration Form: Click Here Youth Roster: Click Here Sunday, Nov. 13th – Stockade-athon 15K USATF members are eligible for $9,100 Individual and $1,500 Team Prize Money Team Captains, team registration: Click Here

About Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma

At the Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma you will find a trained and dedicated staff that provides patients with the highest level of care and compassion possible. Our 148-bed Acute Care Hospital has been recognized as a “Top 100 Hospital” six consecutive years.

It is our top notch staff and state of the art facilities that makes MCSO a step above. From routine checkups to complex surgery, MCSO can cover just about any healthcare need. The Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma commits to providing excellent, professional, safe and cost-effective healthcare. MCSO has a Medical Staff of over 100 physicians, covering a multitude of specialties and services.

Home Care Services

Expert care in the comfort of your own home Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma’s home care services offer high-quality, cost-effective care through a staff of skilled professionals. We work closely with patients, family members and doctors to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that includes education and support services for patients and caregivers.

Flu and You

FluWhat you need to know to stay healthy.

With 43 STATES REPORTING WIDESPREAD FLU ACTIVITY, it’s likely that someone you know has been infected. Flu season is at its peak in January, and getting vaccinated and taking every day precautions can help you and your loved ones stay healthy.

Letter to Creditors and Shareholders December 17, 2014

Letter to Creditors and Shareholders December 17, 2014 Innovative Elasticity Imaging Technology Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death in men. The current standard of care is to screen for the presence of prostate cancer beginning at age 50, normally as part of the patient’s annual physical exam.  Two tests are routinely performed: the digital rectal exam (“DRE”) and the…

Volunteer Opportunities

The dedicated members of the Auxiliary at Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma volunteer their time and talents throughout the hospital. They help to support our high standards of patient care and perform a variety of services that include: Gift shop operation and management Delivery of mail/newspapers to our patients Delivery of flowers, balloons, and gifts to patients Staff the welcome desk in front lobby and Admitting Entrance