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Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital’s Oncology Department Acquires  State-of-the-Art Philips EarlyVue VS30 Vital Signs Monitor 19 February 2021

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital’s Oncology Department Acquires State-of-the-Art Philips EarlyVue VS30 Vital Signs Monitor

The Oncology Department at MBSH was able to purchase a Philips EarlyVue VS30 Vital Signs Monitor through the financial support of the hospital's Ambassadors.

MBSH Therapy & Wellness Welcomes New Certified Hand Therapist 18 February 2021

MBSH Therapy & Wellness Welcomes New Certified Hand Therapist

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital Therapy & Wellness is pleased to announce that Sue McLaughlin, Certified Hand Specialist has joined their team of Therapists.

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital Staff Surprised with Personal Pizza Hut Pizzas 17 February 2021

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital Staff Surprised with Personal Pizza Hut Pizzas

Employees at MilliporeSigma, St. Louis Corporate Office helped sponsor Pizza Hut Pizzas for the Health Care Workers at Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital.

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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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Classes and Events

Community Notes

Winter 2021 8 February 2021

Winter 2021

Inside this issue:

New Lease on Life
New Year's Baby
Quality Mother-Baby Services Close to Home

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