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02/24/14 New Marketing & PR Director in Place
Katy Peterson joined St. Peter’s on February 17 as its Director of Public Relations and Marketing.Peterson comes to the hospital from the Montana Office of Tourism where she served as Chief of Marketing and Consumer Marketing Manager the past seven years.  She also has three years experience as Public Relations & Marketing Coordinator for Great Harvest Franchising in Dillon.A graduate of
02/20/14 Association Meeting
The St. Peter’s Hospital Association will hold its next meeting at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 5, in the Hospital’s Education Center.  All are welcome; those attending should use the Hospital’s Main Entrance off of Winnie Street.  The Association is a volunteer organization that supports St. Peter’s Hospital in providing healthcare services. All the money raised by the Association is given
02/19/14 St. Peter's Top Safe Sitter Site
St. Peter’s Hospital has been recognized as one of the top Safe Sitter® teaching sites in the nation for 2013.  The national recognition is based on the number of students attending classes.  Last year, 143 students graduated from Safe Sitter® courses held at the Hospital. Classes are coordinated by Community Education Coordinator Mallory Frank and taught by instructors Jennifer Amos,
02/18/14 Grief Support Group
Hospice of St. Peter’s Hospital is offering a newly designed four-week bereavement education support group for adults who have experienced the death of a loved one.  Sessions begin Wednesday, March 5, from 4:30 – 6 p.m. and continue every Wednesday through March 26.The focus of the group is to provide participants the opportunity to learn about the grief process and strategies for coping and
02/17/14 Help for Grandparents
A relaxed, fun and informative class for expectant or new grandparents will be offered at St. Peter’s Hospital on Monday, March 3, from 5 – 6:30 p.m.The course will be taught by Registered Nurse Educator Karrie Fairbrother. Topics will include infant development, SIDS risk reduction, injury prevention and care of common injuries. Infant choking rescue and infant CPR will also demonstrated. 
02/03/14 Makeovers for Cancer Patients
St. Peter’s Hospital hosts “Look Good…Feel Better,” Tuesday, Feb. 11, 3 – 5 p.m., at St. Peter’s Hospital, 2475 Broadway. Look Good Feel Better is a free American Cancer Society program to help women affected by cancer treatment improve self-image and appearance with complimentary beauty sessions.  Products are donated by the cosmetic industry.   Women also learn ways to work
02/03/14 Cancer Support Groups
St. Peter’s Hospital hosts “Look Good…Feel Better,” Tuesday, Feb. 11, 3 – 5 p.m., at St. Peter’s Hospital, 2475 Broadway.  Look Good Feel Better is a free American Cancer Society program to help women affected by cancer treatment improve self-image and appearance with complimentary beauty sessions.  Products are donated by the cosmetic industry.   Women also learn ways to work
02/03/14 Free Cooking Demonstration
A free healthy cooking demonstration, recipes and samples will be offered at the Culinary Medicine Cookshop, on Tuesday, Feb. 11, at St. Peter’s Hospital from 6 – 7 p.m.  The topic is “Heart Healthy Cooking,” presented by Deb Jones, Registered Dietitian, Licensed Nutritionist and St. Peter's Director of Nutrition Services. Future Culinary Medicine Cookshops include “Enjoy the Taste of Eating
01/30/14 Dr. Burkholder Retiring
Long-time Helena Family Physician and President of St. Peter’s Medical Group James Burkholder, M.D., will be retiring in February.  To thank Dr. Burkholder for his over 30 years of service to the community, St. Peter’s will be holding a reception in his honor on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 4 – 6 p.m., at St. Peter's Medical Group, 2550 Broadway.  Patients, friends, co-workers and associates are
01/21/14 Class to Help Children Adjust to New Sibling Offered
"Hey, What About Me?" a class to help children adapt positively to a new sibling will be offered free of charge on  Saturday, Feb. 1, from 10:30 a.m. - noon. at St. Peter's  hospital. The class helps children understand changes that are occurring in the family and provides activities and suggestions for developing their important new role as big brother or big sister. There will
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