AFFILIATES IN THE NEWS
Excellence in Rural Healthcare recognized
Evanston Regional Hospital was recently named one of the 2020 Top 100 Rural and Community Hospitals in the U.S. by the Chartis Center for Rural Health.
kindness Goes A Long Way during a Stay
"I’ve never stayed at a better run hospital than DeKalb Regional Medical Center," said the patient in a public letter to the editor.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HEALTH AND MOUNTAIN WEST ANNOUNCE AFFILIATION
Everyone wins with this partnership. Particularly the community in and around Tooele, Utah.
Responding to The health crisis of our generation
Like mother, like daughter
This mother and daughter team are front-line health care workers caring primarily for COVID-19 patients in Vista’s ICU unit since the coronavirus pandemic began, sometimes holding patients’ hands in their final moments with family unable to be there.
Heartland Regional Medical Center in Marion, IL, saw the need for expanded COVID-19 testing and purchased equipment that reduced result turnaround time and matched the equipment used at the state level.
Doing what it takes.
McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center in Springfield, OR, has launched a drive-through COVID-19 test unit and expanded services for community testing through a partnership with state and local agencies.
Staying Healthy Care during the covid-19 pandemic
With many opting to postpone medical care, one provider at Mimbres Memorial in Deming, NM, explains the importance of paying attention to and caring for sometimes painful conditions that interfere with quality of life.
Bringing COVID-19 Testing to Remote Areas
Quick access to COVID-19 testing has been a top priority for hospitals and health systems since the beginning of the pandemic. With drive-thru testing and expanded testing capabilities, non-urban people with symptoms or a physician’s order can get tested, and return to routine life or isolate quicker than ever before.
Flu vaccination still a priority during COVID-19 Pandemic
"It's very important not to forget about the influenza virus. It's still here, and not going away," Eric Graham, MD, from Heartland Regional Medical Group in Marion, IL, shared with the local NBC news station, WPSD 6.