Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) is pleased to welcome Mayo-trained pathologist Dr. Brent Bedke who joins with our other Mayo-trained pathologist, Dr. Ryan Swapp at KRMC’s Clinical Laboratory. As a pathologist, Dr. Bedke is an expert in identifying disease through laboratory analysis of tissue samples, bone marrow, blood, and other body fluids. Often, pathologists are the experts that make a definitive diagnosis of a disease. Dr. Bedke received his doctorate in medicine from the University of Utah School of Medicine in Salt Lake City, UT and completed a four-year residency in Pathology and a one-year fellowship in Cytopathology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. With his prestigious background, Dr. Bedke’s skills are essential to the overall quality of healthcare in our community. Pathology expertise is essential to the proper diagnosis, treatment, and management of many health conditions and diseases; which include cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. Dr. Bedke states: “As pathologists, we usually don’t have personal contact with the patients we serve. However, we’re highly accountable to the patient and their doctors to assure all test results are extremely accurate. With our backgrounds and training, Dr. Swapp and I have implemented the same meticulous procedures used at Mayo to provide extremely thorough and accurate laboratory analysis in as short of time as possible.” He adds, “We’re here to serve the community and assure the best care possible.” For more information about KRMC’s Clinical Laboratory services, please...Read More
A reminder, Lake Havasu City Mayor Mark S. Nexsen and City Manager Charlie Cassens would like to invite the public to meet for coffee and casual conversation from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., this Friday, September 5, at Jersey’s Grill, located at 2049 McCulloch Boulevard. The next two future meetings are scheduled as follows: Friday, October 3, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at Makai Café, (under Barley Brothers Brewery & Grill) 1425 McCulloch Boulevard North. Friday, November 7, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at Street Side Coffee Company located at 2127 Swanson Avenue. Residents are encouraged to attend to express any issues, concerns, or questions. The event does not require an RSVP and is an informal come-and-go setting. For more information please contact the Mayor’s office at (928)...Read More
Police are still searching for an eight-year-old girl who went missing early Tuesday morning. Police say the parents of eight-year-old Isabella Grogan-Cannella discovered their daughter was missing from her bed around 1:30 Tuesday morning. Police and volunteers are canvassing the neighborhood, parks and river areas. The FBI and National Center for Missing & Exploited Children are on the case. “Bella” was last seen wearing a green ruffled sparkly tank top and dark-colored shorts – she may be barefoot. Bella has blue eyes, dirty blond hair, around four-foot-eight and weighs about 90 pounds. If you have information, please contact the Bullhead City Police Department immediately at (928) 763-1999. — Kris...Read More
Police are on the lookout for three suspects who shot a man working the drive-thru window at a fast food restaurant. According to Phoenix Police, a man with a shotgun walked up to the drive-thru window of a Jack in the Box at 35th Avenue and Thunderbird around 3 a.m. The suspect pulled out a shotgun and shot the worker in the arm. The suspect, along with two other men, took off on foot. The employee suffered nonlife-threatening injuries. Police are examining the surveillance video of the crime for evidence. There is no clear description of the suspects and the motive for the shooting is unknown. — Kris Dugan...Read More
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