The Lily Pad, 11.1.2021

November 1, 2021

Monday Motivation

We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once.

 –Calvin Coolidge

Have you visited Gateway Hancock Health?

If not, you might want to check it out the next time you need immediate care, a blood test, or an X-ray, ultrasound, MRI, or CT scan. In addition to getting to know more of our great team of associates, you’ll get to see Gateway’s gorgeous waiting area and use its digital technology. And if you’re getting lab tests or imaging, you’ll probably save some money, too—Gateway’s prices are, on average, 70 percent less than you’d pay for a similar-quality test at a hospital. Take a virtual tour of Gateway here.


What’s Happening With Health Possible?

It’s always a good idea to feel gratitude for the positive people and things in our lives, but especially now as we enter the season for giving thanks. In fact, studies show that practicing gratitude is even associated with greater happiness—or “hoppyness,” as Hank would say. If you’re looking for a few new ways to feel grateful and appreciate life, check out where we’ve got plenty of practical advice for giving thanks and reaping the mental health benefits from it.



Dr. Molly Strong: Making Patient Comfort A Priority

Dr. Molly Strong wants her patients to feel like they’re visiting a friend, not the doctor’s office, when they arrive at Hancock OB/GYN. That’s a lofty goal, but Dr. Strong and her staff work hard to achieve it. Meet Dr. Strong here, and find out what inspired her to make women’s care her life’s work.




Hank’s Dad Joke of the Week

Q:What did the plate say to the fork?

A: Dinner is on me.

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