Join us Monday, January 15, at 5:30 p.m., to learn more about weight loss options available to our community. The seminar will be held in Cafes 2 & 3, adjacent to Saint Mary's cafeteria. For information and to make a reservation, call 501-574-7171.
Earlier this year, Saint Mary's Volunteer Diana Stensland was featured in ENGAGE magazine, published by the Arkansas Community Foundation. Here is an excerpt from the article:
RUSSELLVILLE COURIER AUGUST 10, 2017 Three high school students and five college students were selected for this year's Summer Student Volunteer Program. The program began on June 5 and will run through Aug. 18.All program participants aspire to have careers in the medical field as physicians or registered nurses. Student volunteers will average approximately 10
THE RUSSELLVILLE COURIER JULY 14,2017 2017 MASH students Ten junior and senior high-school students from Pope, Yell, Conway, Washington and Johnson counties attended a Medical Applications of Science for Health (M*A*S*H) camp in June at Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center in Russellville. The two-week summer medical enrichment experience allows high school students to
Project SEARCH selects seven interns from The Russellville Courier by Emily Srader, email@example.com 10:00 AM, Thursday, July 06 2017 | 2721 views | 0 | 9 | | Project SEARCH interns and sponsors Project SEARCH recently hosted its launch party for its first Russellville intern class at Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center. Dustin Emerson, associate director of employment and day programs
by Patricia Spears The Russellville Courier: May 10, 2017 Saint Mary’s Regional Health System presented a volunteer auxiliary installation and service awards ceremony last week to honor those who volunteer at the hospital. Jim Davidson, CEO, welcomed volunteers and guests. Entertainment was provided by Arkansas Tech University Men’s Sinfonian Chorus. During the ceremony, volunteers were given
March Is Colon Cancer Awareness Month Each year in the United States, colorectal cancer, also known as colon cancer, affects more than 150,000 people and claims the lives of about 50,000. It is our third most commonly occurring cancer, and is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths. Colon cancer is a non-discriminatory cancer, affecting
Lauren Sivewright Saint Mary's will host a free Type 1 Diabetes Seminar Sunday, March 12, at the hospital's Cafes 2 and 3. The event begins at 3 pm. Lauren Sivewright, who will bring an update on her experience with some of the latest artificial pancreas system technologies being tested today, is featured speaker.