A Holiday Cheer Cookie fundraiser was sponsored by Clark Street Cafe & Bakery to benefit Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital. Alana Ryan, Clark Street Cafe Manager recently presented Stacey Tyree with a $75.00 check from the proceeds of the Christmas campaign.
The Wound Care Center at Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital knows the importance of staying healthy in the New Year, and has some tips that may be helpful. Most people tend to bypass preventive exams and screenings that would keep them stronger longer. Just as infants and children need to follow an immunization timetable, adults should also regularly schedule certain medical tests. The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to start.
Robin Butts, Therapy & Wellness Centers Manager has been very busy being involved in local community programs. She serves as the director of the Sullivan Community Choir and recently presented the S.A.F.E. (aka Safe To Speak) program to educators at Sullivan Public School District’s Professional Development Day.
Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center shares tips on how to live a heart healthy life for American Heart Month.
Melissa Mikesch, Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital Certified Athletic Trainer at Sullivan High School shares Heat Management precautions for the Hot, Hot, Hot, Summer Months.
Kandis Schmelz, Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital New Hope Nurse Manager talks about Suicide in Older Adults, and warning signs to be aware of.
Sadaf Summer Chaudhry, MD, Radiologist recently gave a Lunch and Learn Breast Cancer Awareness 101 Presentation at MBSH.
Danny Wegescheide, MBSH Paramedic recently instructed students from Sullivan High School on how to administer CPR and the proper use of an AED device.
Inside this issue:
In the Battle Against Colon Cancer, Prompt Medical Treatment, SupportSystem are Key for One Woman
Winning the Battle Against Colon Cancer with Surgery
Honoring Former Board Chairman Joe Owens
Awards and Recognitions
New Medical Staff