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02/01/16 St. Peter’s Association Valentine’s Luncheon
The St. Peter’s Hospital Association will hold its annual Valentine’s Luncheon from noon to 1:30 pm on Friday, February 12, at the Hospital’s Education Center. Enjoy a delicious meal and desserts with entertainment provided by the Last Chance Barbershop Singers. Association members, guests and those interested in joining the group are welcome to attend. Reservations and payments must be received
01/25/16 Cancer Treatment Nurse Wins DAISY Award
Emily Burton, RN OCN, in St. Peter’s Cancer Treatment Center is the newest recipient of the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. Burton was nominated by a family member of a patient who wrote“It honestly doesn’t seem like there is enough time in a day to accomplish all of the things that she does much less with the compassion, empathy and genuine care that she has for each and every individual
12/18/15 Fighting Hunger, Healthfully
Helena, Mont.— Helena Food Share and St. Peter’s Hospital are teaming up to make it a healthful holiday for members of our community experiencing hunger.Helena Food Share, with the generous support from members of the community, has long distributed turkeys for holiday meals. This year, St. Peter's will be trimming Helena Food Share's holiday turkeys with an abundance of fresh, healthful fruits
12/16/15 St. Peter's Leadership Announcement
The Board of Directors for St. Peter’s Hospital announced today that Nathan C. Olson plans to resign as the organization’s President and Chief Executive Officer at the end of St. Peter’s current fiscal year. During his three years with St. Peter’s, Olson led the development of St. Peter’s 2020, the organization’s five-year strategic plan to reinvent St. Peter’s. A major area of Olson’s focus has
12/09/15 St. Peter’s Nurse Receives the DAISY Award
St. Peter’s Hospital presented the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses to Margo Dollan, RN, who is a float nurse in Patient Care Services. In this capacity, she serves patients in several areas including the Medical, Surgical and Oncology Departments, along with the Intensive Care Unit. She received several nominations from family members of patients who appreciated her work. One nomination
12/09/15 2015 Sock Sew
St. Peter’s Hospital Association is seeking volunteers to help sew stockings for patients who are hospitalized over the Christmas holiday, and to sew large stockings for babies born during December.  All December babies get to travel home in their stocking!    The sewing, cutting and gluing will begin at 9 a.m., on Monday, December 14, in the St. Peter’s Education Center and
09/01/15 New Surgeon Joins the St. Peter's Team
General and colorectal surgeon Emily Bubbers, M.D., has joined St. Peter’s Surgery Clinic.  Dr. Bubbers earned her medical degree from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, The Chicago Medical School.  She completed her general surgery residency Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, Ore., and a residency in colon and rectal surgery at the University of
08/31/15 New Radiologist
Interventional Radiologist Bradley Dick, MD, FACR, has joined St. Peter’s Hospital.Dr. Dick earned his medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine. He completed his fellowship in interventional radiology at the University of California, San Francisco.Dr. Dick is board certified by the American Board of Radiology and the National Board of Medical Examiners, and holds a CAQ in
08/17/15 MT Hospitals Help Save Funding for Shaken Baby Prevention program
Helena, Mont. – With an imminent cut of funds from The Children’s Trust Fund source, Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies-Montana (HMHB-MT) faced the devastating reality that it would no longer have the resources to continue its work in preventing Shaken Baby Syndrome across the state. Making matters worse, there were two incidents in the past four months in Helena alone where young Montana
08/07/15 DAISY Award
Kaycee Snelling, RN, on St. Peter’s Surgical Unit is the newest recipient of the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. Snelling was nominated by four of her patients. Their comments included, “Kaycee always makes me smile. She cares about what you have to say and always listens. Her kindness and professionalism is the image of St. Peter’s philosophy.”The DAISY Award (daisyfoundation.org) was
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