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In the News

MBSH Food & Nutrition Services Receives Recognition from Morrison 20 June 2022

MBSH Food & Nutrition Services Receives Recognition from Morrison

Missouri Bapitst Sullivan Hospital Food & Nutrition Department had an increase of 73% in their Professional Research Consultants score.

June is Wound Care Awareness Month 20 June 2022

June is Wound Care Awareness Month

Early detection and care of wounds is essential to your health

Missouri Bapitst Sullivan Hopsital is stressing early detection of wounds throughout June because it is Wound Care Awareness Month.

MBSH Spirit of Clinical Excellence in Nursing Award presented to James Johnson 3 June 2022

MBSH Spirit of Clinical Excellence in Nursing Award presented to James Johnson

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital presents its Clinical Excellence in Nursing Award to James Johnson

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Wellness

Should I call my primary care provider or go to the emergency room? 26 June 2017

Should I call my primary care provider or go to the emergency room?

Know your health care options in the Sullivan area.

Your health care team at Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital knows that illness and injuries don’t follow a schedule. When faced with a situation that requires same-day care, deciding where to get care is the last thing you want to worry about.

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center® Supports American Diabetes Association Diabetic Alert Day® on March 28 24 February 2017

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center® Supports American Diabetes Association Diabetic Alert Day® on March 28

MBSH Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center, a member of the Healogics network, is supporting the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Diabetes Alert Day on March 28, 2017.

25 September 2015

Autumn Days Are Here Again

by Kim Walker, Secretary/Technician at Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital Therapy & Wellness Center

As Autumn deepens, the diminishing light can lead some people to suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder.

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Community Notes

Community Notes 10 July 2015

Community Notes

Summer 2015

In this issue:
Occupational Therapy Helps Patient Recover from Acute Lymphedema
Regaining Independence with Transitional Care Services
3D Mammograms Now Available
Treatment for Infectious Diseases
Hospital Board Announces Member Change

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