“Even the grumpiest person cannot ignore Roscoe,” said Sarah Beaman, a counselor at Lincoln Elementary School and Roscoe’s closest friend.
Dr. Stout specializes in treating adult, adolescent and pediatric sports injuries.
We are excited about the collaboration with Bothwell,” said Mike Trammell, clinic director at PEAK in Sedalia.
Dr. Guirguis joins Dr. David Oberkrom and Dr. William Smith, in addition to nurse practitioners Fay Evans and Deanna Bingham.
Samantha Unkel, Christina Oelrich and Erica Kammerich receive scholarships.
The free event will be from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Liberty Park Pool, 1600 W. 3rd Street in Sedalia.
Dr. Nourkeyhani is a hematologist/oncologist who specializes in the treatment of blood disorders and cancer.
Appointments are required, and can be scheduled by calling 573-443-8665.
The BSJ Cancer Fighting Team includes Sharon Guess, Jean Karst, Pam Bowling, Lucy Daniels and Pam Myrick.
Curriculum includes basic first aid and CPR
Coaches, athletic directors, athletic trainers, parents and others interested in learning how best to optimize the performance and health of student-athletes are invited to attend a free sports medicine clinic in Sedalia on July 29.
The free class will be led by Cindy Atkinson and will begin at 6:30 p.m., July 20, at the Centennial Park Pool.
Curriculum includes basic first aid and CPR
Recipients include: Ryan Akin of Sedalia, Cade Chiles of Warsaw, Alyson Shaw of Sedalia, and Rachel Ulbrich of Marshall.
$1,906 each to Crossroads Hospice Charitable Foundation and Benton County Hospice.
Wound centers across the nation will dedicate the week to educating physicians, patients and the public about the chronic wound epidemic and advanced wound care solutions.
If your child is in grades 6-8 and is ready to enter the world of babysitting, this class is designed for them.
Jeanne Waters, Kim Perez and Karen Weinberg recognized for outstanding service
Larry Foster was installed as board chairman, Dave Floyd was installed as vice chairman, and Cam Jennings was installed as secretary.
The Smith-Cotton Girls Soccer team made a donation of $4,385 to the Bothwell Foundation Cancer Services Fund.
The Center of Excellence Award is given to wound care centers in the Healogics network that have met the highest level of quality standards for a minimum of two consecutive years.
Curriculum includes basic first aid and CPR
The Pat Gaunt Leadership in Nursing Scholarship was presented Friday, May 12, by the Bothwell Foundation during National Nurses Week.
He brings more than 30 years of experience in a wide range of hospital settings.
Bicycle commuters are encouraged to take a photo with their bike outside the workplace and post on the “Healthy U” Facebook page.
This year’s contest theme was “We’re in it Together.”
BRHC's new executive director of clinical operations
Ava Seabury and Betty Blackwell receive awards
PCMA connects manufacturers through a series of company tours and networking events.
Time to quit? Enroll in Bothwell Regional Health Center’s Freedom from Smoking program
Terri Paul, Katelin Hladik and Betty Sue Viterna
Application deadline is April 14, 2017
The class is designed to teach young teens and preteens how to be better, safer babysitters.
Bothwell employee group ranked #11 in state for meeting attendance.
Carla Anderson, an environmental services worker at Bothwell Regional Health Center, was named the hospital’s Employee of the Month for March.
The Sedalia Scottish Rite Club donated $10,000 towards the Bothwell Foundation Gene Loveall Cancer Services Fund.
On your mark, get set, GO! It’s time for the Bothwell Foundation’s tenth annual Lub Dub Run, presented locally by Central Bank of Sedalia.
The independent imaging center, which opened in 2010, closed its doors on February 13, 2017.
The shuttle service will cover the parking lots south and east of the BRHC campus, including the hospital’s main parking lot.
“We are thrilled to have Lauren join the Bothwell Foundation team,” said Stafford Swearingen, president of the Bothwell Foundation.
Students will learn how to provide CPR to an adult, child or infant, as well as how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED) on adults and children older than 1 year.
The money they donate to the Bothwell Foundation from the contest helps us continue our efforts to educate women in Pettis and Benton counties about the importance of early detection.
The class is designed to teach young teens how to be better, safer babysitters.
Find the support needed to cope with the death of a loved one through an 8-week Grief Recovery Method.
The Bothwell Auxiliary donated $32,150 in 2016 to Bothwell Regional Health Center.
The theme for the evening is “A Night in Havana” and features Cuban cuisine, signature mojitos, a salsa band from the Kansas City area and salsa dance lessons.
Bothwell has announced the addition of several physicians along with the relocation of a few.
Bothwell Regional Health Center is pleased to announce that anesthesiologist Dr. Jared Engles has joined the team.
While death is a part of life, grieving the loss of a loved one can be difficult. People who have experienced a loss can better understand their grief and find the support they need to cope with the death through an 8-week Grief Recovery Method.
The Bothwell Regional Health Center Foundation has awarded its Medical Careers Scholarship to three deserving students Luis Estrada and Jayce Simoncic, both of Sedalia and Rileigh Grunden of Cole Camp. All three graduated in May 2016.
Bothwell Regional Health Center will hold a Safe Sitter babysitting education class from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday, June 10. The class will be in the Bothwell Education Center, 600 E. 14th Street in Sedalia.
Susan Newsom returns to her former post as site manager for both Bothwell Health Center-Truman Lake in Warsaw and Bothwell Cole Camp Clinic.
Bothwell Regional Health Center kicked off National Nurses Week on Friday, May 6, with a celebration and reception in the Bothwell Café.
The Pat Gaunt Leadership in Nursing Scholarships were presented by the Bothwell Foundation to Christina Oelrichs, Clinical Education, Cassie Kindle and Ashley Holmberg.
Bothwell Regional Health Center honored its volunteers from the American Red Cross, Bothwell Auxiliary, and Chaplain volunteers at its annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon held Thursday, April 21, at First United Methodist Church Celebration Center.
Bothwell Regional Health Center ranked first in the state for value-based purchasing, an indicator of health-care quality and safety.
Bothwell Wound Healing Center was honored with the Center of Distinction Award, presented by Healogics.
The High Hopes Cancer Support group is designed to help patients and their caregivers cope with cancer and live more effectively.
The BRHC Foundation has announced it will offer a scholarship to area nurses and nursing students.
Bothwell Regional Health Center Foundation is offering a scholarship to graduating high school seniors pursuing a degree in a health care-related field.
Bothwell will host the Spring Blood Drive with the Community Blood Center of Kansas City on Friday, March 25.
Social workers Grace Linn and Kiwi Popyk have been nominated for the Caring More Award.
Touchscreen kiosk speeds hospital check-in.
Dr. Steve Foster has joined Bothwell Urology Services, effective February 1.
Nurse Practitioner Deanna Bingham has joined the team of providers at Bothwell OB/GYN Associates.
Bothwell Regional Health Center has announced additions to its Senior Leadership Team.
The Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees named Jimmy Robertson as the organization’s new President and Chief Executive Officer.
Bothwell Regional Health Center Auxiliary presented gifts totaling $31,754 for various hospital programs.
Bothwell Regional Health Center President and Chief Executive Officer John Dawes has been awarded the Missouri Hospital Association’s Visionary Leadership Award for 2015.
Bothwell Regional Health Center has opened a new urology practice Bothwell Urology Services with urologist Dr. Kerri Barnes.
Obstetrics and gynecology specialist Dr. Tiffany Kim will discuss women’s health and ways for women to take a preventive approach at the next Doctor Is In program.
Dianne Williams named Bothwell Regional Health Center’s FY2015 Leader of the Year.
Bothwell will host HealthFest 2015, a free health fair, from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 17, in the Bothwell Education Center, across the street from the hospital at 600 East 14th Street.
New partnership, Bothwell Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, provides expanded resources for orthopedic services.
Fall Blood Drive to be held from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday, September 25, 2015 at Bothwell Education Center located at 600 E. Fourteenth Street in Sedalia.
Rheumatologists Dr. Basem Awadh and Dr. Connie Teng have joined Bothwell Internal Medicine.
Pain specialist Dr. Peri Ananth will discuss options for controlling back pain and resuming a more active lifestyle at The Dr. Is In program. Free sessions in Sedalia and Warsaw.
Dr. Tiffany Kim has joined the team of providers at Bothwell OB/GYN Associates.
Bothwell Auxiliary awards annual nursing scholarship to Sarah-Anne Hopper, nursing student at State Fair Community College.
The Bothwell Regional Health Center Foundation has awarded its Medical Careers Scholarship to Alec Wilken of Sedalia.
Bothwell Regional Health Center has been named one of America’s Top 100 Most Wired Hospitals.