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 new patients at their Millard-Henry Clinic offices. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Chatterjee, call 479-890-2428. Call 479-968-2345 for an appointment with Dr. Piacentino or
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 Kevin Moore, Chairman of Saint Mary’s Board of Trustees, and Jerry Mabry, Capella Healthcare’s Arkansas Market President. The previous CEO, Donnie Frederic, passed away in
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. Volunteers have a variety of duties throughout the hospital. They often deliver flowers to patients, answer phones, escort families and visitors to patient rooms, as
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, according to Jerry Mabry, Arkansas Market President for Capella Healthcare, and Mike McCoy, Interim CEO and COO at Saint Mary’s. With more than 25 years
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 Bowden, senior, Atkins High School; Shirley Garcia, sophomore, Russellville High School; Mariya Branch, junior, homeschool; Brynn Bowen, senior, Dardanelle High School; Kimberly Garcia, freshman, Arkansas
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 a security blanket or a safety blanket and how something so simple can be all it takes to make someone feel better. This is the
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
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 guidelines of the American Heart Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Injuries are the leading cause of death in children up to age 5,
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. .
Dr. Shuja Rasool visited with a local Pre-AP science class recently, spurring on interest in medicine with students in the Arkansas River Valley community.