Nevada Regional Medical Center would like to remind our patients and visitors that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, visitor limitations are still in effect...
August is National Immunization Awareness Month and John Fox, MD, announces the availability of a child vaccination program through his office at NRMC Professional Practice Clinic.
NRMC has resumed its full complement of surgical services at the hospital. Adhering to strict guidelines, NRMC is doing its utmost to guarantee the safety of its patients before, during, and after surgery.
Cleanroom construction is underway at NRMC as the U.S. Pharmacopeia finalizes changes to compounding standards.
June is Men’s Health Month, so NRMC is sharing tips on how you can protect your own health or help the men in your life stay healthy and happy.
Nevada Regional Medical Center announces the appointments of Dana White as Chief Financial Officer and Tara Garrett as Chief Nursing Officer, effective June 1.
NRMC) Foundation was the recipient of a $1,000 donation from H.O.P.E. 4-You Breast Cancer Foundation in Joplin, Mo. NRMC is one of several area hospitals that the H.O.P.E. 4-You Foundation has gifted funds to help provide mammogram screenings to uninsured and underinsured women.
NRMC announces its second annual poster contest in honor of National Hospital Week, May 10 – 16.
NRMC Foundation will host the 17th annual Caring with Pride Golf Classic on Friday, May 29th at the Frank E. Peters Municipal Golf Course. Proceeds from this year’s tournament will go into a newly established Emergency Response Fund.
NRMC announces it will adjust its visitor policy, allowing one visitor per patient, per day beginning Monday.
Nevada Regional Medical Center (NRMC) has set up curbside testing for COVID-19 in the parking lot just north of the Emergency Room ambulance bay.
NRMC is pleased to announce that nutritionist Karen McNair has recently been credentialed as a Certified Ketogenic Nutrition SpecialistSM.
NRMC is making changes to its clinic operations during the COVID-19 pandemic to better serve our patients and protect health care workers. We appreciate the understanding and cooperation of all our patients.
NRMC continues to implement safety measures to keep its employees and patients safe during the COVID-19 pandemic according to guidelines set forth by the CDC. As best practices change to address this virus, NRMC will continue to adjust its policies and procedures accordingly.
NRMC will postpone the Community Health Fair, originally scheduled for Saturday, March 28.
NRMC urges all citizens to take everyday precautions in order to help prevent the spread of the disease.
NRMC now offers an advanced interventional pain procedure thanks to the combined support of the NRMC Auxiliary, NRMC Foundation, and Arvest Bank.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. According to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, each year, heart disease accounts for more than 15,000 deaths in Missouri making it the leading cause of death in the state. To prevent heart disease and increase awareness of its effects, NRMC is proudly participating in American Heart Month.
CDC is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus named COVID-19. Read more for updated information.
The leadership of NRMC, as well as members of the communities served by the hospital, will work with the Texas A&M CORH team to identify areas for improvement, strategize potential solutions, and develop a specific action plan.
The NRMC Foundation hosted its 14th annual gala, “A Totally Eighties Prom Night” on Saturday, Nov 2 at the 3M Clubhouse. The event raised more than $17,000 to help fund a radio frequency ablation machine for NRMC Pain Management.
NRMC is pleased to announce the addition of Cindy Brannan as the director of its Behavioral Health Unit.
NRMC is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. John M. Fox to its medical staff. His internal medicine and pediatrics clinic will open full-time in the NRMC Specialty Clinic at 800 S. Ash beginning January 16.
NRMC announces the addition of two physicians to the Specialty Clinic at 800 S. Ash Street. Atman Shah, MD is an oncologist and hematologist. Grant Pierson, DO, a Nevada native, is a pulmonology and sleep medicine specialist.
The creation of the NRMC Endowment Fund sets aside funds for future use.
In June, NRMC began leasing new Fujifilm Eluxeo 700 Series Endoscopes used to perform endoscopy procedures.
NRMC announces that it will not allow, or certify patients for, the use of medical marijuana at any of its campuses, clinics, or outpatient services.
Special chairs provide improved independence and quality of life for residents.
NRMC received notification from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services on Friday that it would be designated as a Sole Community Hospital, retroactively effective March 7, 2019.
Dr. & Mrs. Warren Lovinger, Jr. presented a check for $2,000 from the Lovinger Family Foundation to the Nevada Regional Medical Center (NRMC) Foundation as the first public donation to the newly formed NRMC Endowment Fund.
Board members of Hope 4 You Breast Cancer Foundation present a check for $1,000 to Natalie Eberhard, manager of the NRMC Foundation, in the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce Office.
Mammography service at Nevada Regional Medical Center earns high marks, zero quality standard violations.
Experienced Administrator Chosen for Crucial Role to Help Hospital Thrive
Crystal Beshore, RN shares her story of personal growth through her nursing career.
Every two minutes, someone dies from sepsis in the United States – more than prostate cancer, breast cancer, and AIDS combined.
Comprehensive Pharmacy Services Awards Nevada Regional Medical Center a 2018 Best Practice Award for Hospital Pharmacy Leadership.
Steve Marquardt, CRNA talks about his side job as adjunct faculty for the University of South Florida, giving hands-on training in advanced pain management.
NRMC presents a first-aid kit to the Vernon County Youth Fair board.
The story of Tracy Simmons fight for her life and need for 80 pints of blood inspired 73 people to try and give blood Wednesday, August 8. At the end of the day, 53 units were collected. Recently the average collection at NRMC has been about 15 units.
Sepsis is an extreme response to an infection. It is life-threatening. Without the right treatment, sepsis can cause organ failure, amputation, or death.
A couple hoping for a home-birth experienced troublesome symptoms and came to Nevada Regional Medical Center for help.