Saint Mary's Cancer Center Patients Can Now Ring In Celebration After Treatment When Belinda Farmer became director at Saint Mary’s Cancer Center a few months ago, she noticed patients had no way to celebrate and mark the completion of their treatment. Belinda ordered a celebration bell as a way to provide closure and a
Susan Moorhouse recognized for demonstrating compassion and commitment to helping others Saint Mary’s Regional Health System recently announced that Susan (Susie) Moorhouse, Food Services Asst. Director, has been recognized as the hospital’s 2019 Mercy Award winner. The Mercy Award recognizes one employee from each of LifePoint Health’s hospitals who profoundly touches the lives of others
As we anticipate this extreme and potentially protracted weather event which may limit or prevent your ability to access care for existing medical conditions, we encourage you to have a plan to access care. Be prepared! Stay safe! For information about current road conditions, go to: http://www.IDriveArkansas.com.
Our students from a recent MASH camp. Come join us this summer for a rewarding experience you won't forget! Are you a high school student interested in a medical career? M*A*S*H* (Medical Applications of Science for Health) is a two-week summer camp that introduces current high school sophomores and juniors to health
By Sam Strasner, for the Russellville Courier RUSSELLVILE, AR, FEB 21, 2019: The Arkansas Tech University Department of Nursing and Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center in Russellville have developed an innovative way to enhance students' academic experience and patients' care. Saint Mary's has designated the medical surgical unit on its fourth floor as a dedicated
Because of Saint Mary's Emergency Department’s outstanding dedication to stroke patient care, the hospital was recently recognized by the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) as an Arkansas Stroke Ready Hospital (ArSRH). Hospitals with the ArSRH designation partner with local emergency medical services (EMS) to improve outcomes by getting stroke patients rapidly transported to the most
Women who stick to a Mediterranean diet have a 25 percent lower risk of heart disease -- and researchers say they're starting to understand why. "Our study has a strong public health message that modest changes in known cardiovascular disease risk factors, particularly those relating to inflammation, glucose metabolism and insulin resistance, contribute to the
Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center The contributions Saint Mary's Regional Health System makes to Russellville and the Arkansas River Valley were highlighted recently in the Russellville Courier's Salute to Area Business. Click here to see all the articles and photos that cover the latest news and updates about our system.
Make toy safety a top priority this holiday season There are few holiday activities more fun than buying toys for the children we love. Watching their faces light up is even better and makes us feel a bit like kids again ourselves. But before you head out to shop with those wish lists in hand,
Saint Mary's is a proud sponsor of the Russellville Junior Firefighter Challenge. Third- and fourth-graders from throughout the River Valley competed in the program's month-long fire-fighting event that culminated at the Downtown Fall Fest October 27. Winners were: 3rd Grade Girls 1st – Teyona Peevy - Oakland Elementary 2nd – Stella Duffield - St. John