Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Nancy's Boutique

From Left:Shelly Schwentker, Lisa Wood, Debbie Muegge, Nicole Richmond and Stacie Kramer from Hancock Regional Hospital presented the program at Kiwanis.

Lisa Wood from Hancock Regional Hospital and some of her staff spoke to Kiwanis about the Nancy King Boutique to be opened in the Anderson Women’s Center. The opening date will be announced later. Lisa told that items from the Boutique will be billable to insurance and will not cost the patient at the time of fitting. Medicare allows six new bras per year (three at a time) and women are encouraged to come yearly for refitting and to see the new products available.

The staff is presently taking training on fitting the line of personal items that the boutique will carry. Also speaking was Shelly Schwentker, a representative from the Amoena retail line of breast forms and lingerie. She showed the many new possibilities available for women surviving or thriving after breast cancer. The Boutique will also carry scarves, caps and swim products but not wigs as there is already an outlet in Greenfield.

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