Heat Wave Prompts Sibley Hospital Officials To Open Facility To Those Needing A Break From The Heat
Date posted - August 28, 2013
Administrators of the Osceola Community Hospital in Sibley advise that since the local area is currently under a heat advisory that has been extended through Saturday, they are opening their doors to the public. Osceola Community Hospital CEO Janet Dykstra explains.
Osceola Community Hospital Director of Nursing, Julie Schroder says that the hot and humid conditions will create a heightened risk of heat-related stress and illness, especially for the young, the elderly and those without air conditioning.
Schroeder says anyone spending time outdoors should be alert to the signs of heat exhaustion as well.
If you do not have access to air conditioning or a cool place and need assistance, you are invited to call Osceola Community Hospital at 712-754-2574. They say the hospital will be available for anyone who needs it 24/7
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