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
Local teens learned about different projects they can do with children they babysit and how to properly change diapers for infants Tuesday during the annual Safe Sitter babysitting training offered through Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center. The Program trains on essential childcare activities such as CPR and nutrition along with the business aspect and how
This fun, educational event includes Mayor Bill Eaton, cessation specialist Antionne Alcorn of the Arkansas Department of Health, The American Cancer Society, heart health exercise demonstration by Saint Mary's Wellness Fitness Center, a light lunch, entertainment, and more!
River Valley Ozark, A Supplement of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, by Tammy Keith. Healthcare workers at Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center in Russellville pulled on pink latex gloves, wrapped pink boas around their necks, put on pink hats and danced, all in the name of breast-cancer awareness.
See how Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center supports breast cancer awareness with their Pink Glove Dance!
Saint Mary's Volunteers are working to expand their W.H.A.L.E. project. WHALE stands for We Have A Little Emergency. Whale information and stickers are distributed by our caring OB nurses when mom and baby are discharged. Whale stickers are attached to the car seat and contain vital information about baby. In the event of a car
Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center and the Pope County Cooperative Extension Service invite River Valley teens and pre-teens to participate in this summer’s Safe Sitter babysitting classes. The Safe Sitter course is designed for 11-15 year olds who want to learn how to safely care for infants and young children. Students will receive information on
Kids Act Fast...So Do Poisons! A goodmoms seminar! What would you do if you thought your child ingested poison? Find out what you should do at Saint Mary's goodmoms seminar with Dr. Young. More than 2 million poisonings are reported each year to Poison Control Centers across the country. The majority occur in children younger
Tuesday, March 1 at 8:00am - April 8 at 5:00pm Location Facebook sweepstakes! March 1 - April 8, 2011 or, click here for alternative entry instructions to be mailed or delivered, along with photo, to: Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center, New Mommy Make Over, 1808 West Main Street, Russellville, AR 72801 Time To Make Time
Saint Mary's Volunteers held a training luncheon to introduce area First Responders to a car seat safety program W.H.A.L.E. "We Have A Little Emergency." Representatives from Russellville Police and Fire Departments and Pope County EMS attended the training. Volunteer President Evelyn Denton provided instruction along with materials. RN Sherry McClure, Director of Women's and Children's