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Lonna Jensen is MBSH’s Employee of the Month for November

  • 1 December 2023
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Lonna Jensen is MBSH’s Employee of the Month for November

Congratulations to Lonna Jensen, RN, from Labor & Delivery, for being selected as Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital’s Employee for the Month of November 2023!

For the recognition, Jensen received a certificate, pin, 100 BJC Shines points, and a reserved parking spot for one month.  Congratulations again on this well-deserved honor!

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Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital staff presented with Community Heroes recognition 21 February 2024

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital staff presented with Community Heroes recognition

New Testament Baptist Church, located in Sullivan, contacted area firefighters, EMT, police officers and health care workers to show love and appreciation for all they do. “The past few years our church has hosted a Community Heroes Sunday at our church. This year we wanted to do something different and make a special effort to go to them,” says Josh Wright, pastor of New Testament Baptist Church.   

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The EMS team continues to have record breaking months serving the Sullivan community. Recently, MBSH and the EMS crew unveiled its new 2023 RAM 4500 ambulance made by Demers Ambulances, one of the largest and most-trusted ambulance manufacturers in the world. Our new unit will assist MBSH EMS caregivers in providing the best treatment possible while adding patient comfort.

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Our knees tend to show more wear and tear as we age, including soreness, aching, and general discomfort from simple daily movements like walking, exercising, and even standing. One of the common underlying causes of knee pain is osteoarthritis, which occurs as the cartilage in the joint deteriorates causing inflammation. Bourbon resident Mike Johnson, 52, had been battling chronic knee pain in his right knee due to osteoarthritis since around age 40. He had resorted to receiving cortisone injections while under the care of an orthopedic specialist in Washington, Mo., which helped for a few years.

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