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.
The 16th Annual NRMC Foundation Caring with Pride Golf Classic was held on Friday, May 17, at the Frank E. Peters Municipal Golf Course. Included are the tournament winners and fundraising results.
Nevada Regional Medical Center (NRMC) announced a new poster contest this year in honor of National Hospital Week, May 12 – 18. The contest was opened to grades K through 3, from any school, with the promise of a prize for the top entry in each class and the display of the winning posters on the digital billboard on the hospital campus at 800 S. Ash.
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.
NRMC is pleased to announce the addition of three full-time family nurse practitioners to its staff. In addition to providing care in its hospital clinics, Jessica Cornett, FNP and Teresa Reed, FNP will provide hospitalist coverage in the main hospital. Additionally, Valerie Dawson, FNP will provide care in the NRMC Wound Care Clinic.
Nevada Regional Medical Center Foundation will host the 16th annual Caring with Pride Golf Classic May 10th at the Frank E. Peters Municipal Golf Course. Proceeds from this year’s tournament will go into the NRMC Foundation Endowment Fund to ensure the support of quality healthcare in Vernon and surrounding counties for years to come.
Experienced Administrator Chosen for Crucial Role to Help Hospital Thrive
This spring, Nevada Regional Medical Center (NRMC) will host the 15th annual Community Health Fair. This is the single largest health event in Vernon County attracting more than 200 area residents each year. The health fair will be held at the Osage Prairie YMCA at 500 W. Highland in Nevada on Saturday, April 6th from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
NRMC announces it will host a free cholesterol screening on Thursday, March 7. Registration is open to the public, but appointments are limited. Elevated cholesterol levels can be an indicator of heart disease while maintaining healthy cholesterol levels can lower chances of heart disease and stroke.
Jessica Cornett and Teresa Reed graduated from Walden University,
each earning a Master’s Degree in Nursing Science on Saturday, February 9th.
Over the past year, Nevada Regional Medical Center (NRMC) has been working to adopt a series of protocols recommended by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists entitled Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS). Recognizing that within each phase of surgery, opportunities exist to minimize opioid use as well as reduce surgery complications, the ERAS method employs the use of multiple techniques to achieve these two goals.
For the second consecutive year, Nevada Regional Medical Center (NRMC) has maintained a 4-star rating on Hospital Compare.
NRMC promotes employees including Tiffany Pruitt, Cathy Gash-Kavalesky, Michael Whittington, and Vicki Sloniker to leadership of the Behavioral Health Unit.
Nevada Regional Medical Center (NRMC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dana Ellis, RN to the Board of Directors.
As the December 15 deadline for enrollment into Health Insurance Marketplace approaches, NRMC and Compass Health Network are working together to ensure families and individuals take advantage of free services that can help them attain affordable health insurance in 2019.
Nevada Regional Medical Center joins nationwide observance of National Rural Health Day
Rural Struggling Hospital on the Long Road to Success
In addition to being a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Compton now also provides wound care and recently become certified in the specialty in December 2017.
Donation allows visitors to charge mobile devices while they wait.
Ladies Night is a breast cancer awareness event that NRMC began as a way to promote education about breast cancer and encourage annual mammogram screenings for women over 40.
The Nevada Regional Medical Center Foundation will host the Night in New York Gala on Saturday, November 3 at the 3M Clubhouse.
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.
Vernon County is unique in its access to care, despite its rural location. There are relatively many providers and services are available in Nevada, as well as resources to help individuals obtain access to these services.
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.
Nevada Regional Medical Center (NRMC) is pleased to announce the transition of Susie Platt, Licensed Clinical Social Worker from social services supervisor at NRMC to therapist at Primary Care Center. Platt compliments the mental health services offered by psychiatrist, Dr. David Trobaugh and child psychiatrist, Dr. Candice Moore at the NRMC rural health clinic.
It took 80 pints of blood to help keep Tracy Simmons alive. This past December, Simmons expected a normal, uncomplicated delivery. However, she experienced what her doctors believe to be an amniotic fluid embolism, an extremely rare and often fatal complication of childbirth.
Nevada child psychiatrist, Dr. Candice Moore, joins NRMC Primary Care Center to provide services in the rural health clinic.
NRMC is pleased to announce that Amanda Turner, M.D. has joined NRMC Primary Care Center.
Through the use of auto-verification technology in Cerner's PathNet application, Nevada Regional Medical Center is able to automatically post most lab results into their EHR.
Designer Purse Bingo annual event proves to be a successful fundraiser each year.
Special Needs Fund used to fill prescribed medications for patients in need.
Donation of modern furniture updates the ER waiting room at NRMC.
Additional Surgical Services Available at NRMC with Recruiting Another Surgeon
Sepsis is an extreme response to an infection. It is life-threatening. Without the right treatment, sepsis can cause organ failure, amputation, or death.
Two Local Business Professionals Commit to Helping Hospital Growth and Financial Success
Nevada Regional Medical Center proudly announces its approval of accreditation status by Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) for the NRMC Sleep Center.
A couple hoping for a home-birth experienced troublesome symptoms and came to Nevada Regional Medical Center for help.
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