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Breast cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer death among women in the United States. 

According to the American Cancer Society, about 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer and about 1 in 36 women will die from breast cancer. Breast cancer is associated with increased age, obesity, alcohol use and hereditary factors. Since 1990, breast cancer death rates have declined progressively due to advancements in treatment and detection. 


Thank you 24th Annual CCHF Golf Outing supporters

Over 100 golfers showed their support of the Columbus Community Hospital Foundation at the organization’s 24th Annual Golf Classic July 15 at Kestrel Ridge Golf Course in Columbus.

Golfers were placed in three flights based on gross team scores. Prizes were awarded to the top two teams in each flight, as well as the 24th place team overall. Fourteen flag events were awarded. In addition, participants had the opportunity to compete in a putting contest, a beat the pro contest, a beat the CEO contest, and try their chance at four hole-in-one prizes.


World Breastfeeding Week Observed August 1-7

In recognition of World Breastfeeding Week, Columbus Community Hospital is distributing special newborn t-shirts to babies born at the hospital during the month of August. The week, observed August 1-7 each year, promotes breastfeeding infants to improve the health, development, and wellbeing of infants and children, as well as mothers. According to the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA), undernutrition underlies 45% of all deaths of children under 5 annually.


Congratulations! CCH team member celebrates over 50 years of service

After devoting over 50 years working in healthcare, Carol Black has not lost her passion for caring for others, learning about new advances in technology, and giving back to the community.

In 1966, at age 23, Carol accepted a position as head Laboratory Medical Technologist at Columbus Community Hospital, then located at 633 West James Street in Columbus.


Road construction begins March 6 in Columbus

Beginning March 6, Hwy 16/60 (James Street) between Hwy 73 and River Road in Columbus will be closed to through traffic in order to allow the reconstruction of this section of roadway. This portion of the project is expected to last until July 2017.

CCH continues to help explosion victims

COLUMBUS, Wis. (WMTV) A hospital is a place where patients are treated, but Columbus Community Hospital is helping a community nearby in a different type of way.

The hospital started a penny war three weeks ago as a fun way to raise money for a good cause. They have collected 192 lbs of coins and cash that they will be donating soon to the Old Mill Foundation that benefits those affected by the explosion. The penny war isn't the first way the hospital has helped those in need after the explosion.


Meet Kate Skaggs, MD, OB/GYN

From Midwest living in Wisconsin to the mountains of Colorado, Kate Skaggs, MD, OB/GYN at Columbus Community Hospital and mother of four children and two step-children, has balanced life, family, friends and a successful medical career.

She was raised in Oconomowoc, WI and completed her undergraduate degree, medical school and residency at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


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Each year millions of Americans resolve to better themselves by making a New Year’s resolution. This year, why not make a resolution to be prepared?

For most, when crisis hits, community members look to those in healthcare, police and fire, emergency medical services, and local utilities to handle the problem. But in the event of a disaster, being dependent on others may not be the first line of defense in keeping ourselves and our loved ones safe.

“In a disaster, 911 will prioritize calls,” said Karen Sell, RN and Emergency Preparedness Chairperson at Columbus Community Hospital. “There may be trees down, roads blocked, and it could be days before anyone can move or get to you. Those services we take for granted every day may not be accessible.”