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Dr. David Nelson Dr. David Nelson, OBGYN with Millard-Henry Women’s Center Obstetrics and Gynecology, has been voted Best of the Best/Readers' Choice OBGYN for 2016 by the readers [...]
Saint Mary's Regional Health System and Millard-Henry Clinic are pleased to welcome Dr. Suzanna Chatterjee, ob-gyn, and Drs. Valentino Piacentino III and Sarahrose Webster, general surgeons. The physicians are accepting [...]
Jim Davidson, CEO James (Jim) F. Davidson has been appointed Chief Executive Officer for Saint Mary’s Regional Health System, effective November 1, according to a joint announcement by [...]
As Saint Mary’s Regional Health System continues to add physicians and specialties, acquire new technologies, and expand service line offerings, the need for enthusiastic and energetic volunteers continues to grow. [...]
Carol Gore, Chief Nursing Officer Carol Gore, MBA, BSN, RN, has been appointed Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) for Saint Mary’s Regional Health System in Russellville, effective Aug. 31, [...]
Several of Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center student volunteers attended an appreciation luncheon on Monday, where they were presented with certificates recognizing their service. Pictured, from left, are Baylee [...]
Members of “Stitch and Tie” work on quilts for cancer patients on Tuesday at The West Side Church of Christ. Most people are familiar with the idea of [...]
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 [...]
Saint Mary’s Regional Health System will offer three 2-day sessions of the Safe Sitter babysitter workshops for young teens ages 11 and up this summer. Safe Sitter follows the latest [...]
To have your life saved once is a blessed oddity in itself. To have it saved twice falls somewhere between divine providence and brilliant chance. .