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Mountain-Pacific Quality Health to partner in trauma- informed care for Montana Indian Health Organizations

From Mountain-Pacific Quality Health HELENA — Montana Healthcare Foundation awarded Mountain-Pacific Quality Health a $98,000 grant to work in collaboration with the Indian Health Service facilities across Montana to implement a trauma-informed...

 

Chambers receives Northern Montana Health Care Awards C.A.R.E. Award

From Northern Montana Health Care Last week, Northern Montana Health Care the Compassionately Achieving Remarkable Excellence - C.A.R.E. - Award to Bill Chambers, a member of the Northern Montana...

 

Northern Montana Health Care Foundation purchases 'Baby Bili Lights'

From Northern Montana Health Care Foundation Northern Montana Health Care Foundation Board of Trustees voted unanimously to sponsor the purchase of equipment for the Northern Montana Hospital Labor and Delivery Unit. The Lullaby LED Phototherapy...

 

Big Sandy, Chester medical centers awarded grants for X-ray equipment

Press release SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Medical centers in Big Sandy and Chester are among facilities receiving funds for X-ray equipment. In its ongoing efforts to improve the quality of rural health care, The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable...

 

Help available for spit tobacco users during Through with Chew Week

Through with Chew Week is observed in Montana the week of Feb. 25 thruogh March 1. The Bullhook Dental Clinic is partnering with the North Montana Tobacco-Free Coalition to provide free oral cancer screenings to spit tobacco users during this week....

 

Northern Montana Health Care offers 'Healthy Lifestyles' diabetes prevention program

Press release Hi-Line community members are being offered a chance to prevent Type 2 diabetes together with the “Healthy Lifestyle” change program offered by Northern Montana Hospital. G Guided by trained lifestyle coaches, participants will be...

 

Be prepared for measles

A recent rise in measles activity in Washington state reminds us in Montana that we must take important steps to prevent our own outbreak form happening. Washington’s measles outbreak continues to climb with 52 cases reported as of Feb. 7. Measles...

 

Four things to know as deadline nears for choosing Medicare coverage

The deadline is fast approaching. The Medicare Annual Election Period, during which people with Medicare can enroll in a Medicare Advantage or Prescription Drug Plan, ends Dec. 7. It’s important to take this time to evaluate your health care...

 

Four things to know as deadline nears for choosing Medicare coverage

By Chuck Dow The deadline is fast approaching. The Medicare Annual Election Period, during which people with Medicare can enroll in a Medicare Advantage or Prescription Drug Plan, ends Dec. 7. It’s important to take this time to evaluate your healt...

 

Great American Smokeout: It's always a good day to quit smoking

For more than 40 years, the American Cancer Society has hosted the Great American Smokeout on the third Thursday of November. The Great American Smokeout is an opportunity for smokers to commit to healthy, smoke-free lives — not just for a day,...

 

Spotlighting health care heroes: Nephrology nurses

Press release Northern Montana Hospital will join the American Nephrology Nurses Association in a nationwide celebration this week honoring nephrology nurses during “Nephrology Nurses Week,” Sept. 9-15. Nephrology nurses care for patients with...

 

Get ready: New Medicare cards will be mailing soon

Starting this month, Medicare will mail new Medicare cards to people with Medicare in Colorado, Montana, Utah and Wyoming, to help protect you from identity fraud. The new Medicare cards no longer contain your Social Security number, but rather a... Full story

 

Northern Montana Sletten Cancer Center celebrates anniversary

Press release The Northern Montana Sletten Cancer Center celebrated its 10 year anniversary Aug. 8 with the theme "A Decade of Caring." Past donors along with members of the Sletten family were there...

 

Celebrating National Health Center Week

Total: 107,817. That's the number of patients who visited one of Montana's Community Health Centers last year. One out of every 10 Montanans received their comprehensive primary care through this...

 

West Nile detected in Hill County mosquitoes

Summer is a prime time for exposure to mosquitos in Montana, and Hill County recently has had two mosquito pools test positive for West Nile virus. A person bitten by an infected mosquito might become infected and develop West Nile fever or a more...

 

Hanson joins Bullhook Community Health Center staff

Press release Bullhook Community Health Center has announced that Terry Hanson, LCPC, has joined the health center as a behavioral health specialist. Bullhook Community Health Center provides a wide...

 

Sheehy receives Northern Montana Health Care C.A.R.E. award

Press release Northern Montana Health Care presented the C.A.R.E. Award to Jessica Sheehy, PA-C, a member of the Family Medicine Team at the Northern Montana Family Medical Center, in June. Sheehy...

 

Allergies dampen springtime enjoyment

I think that we can all agree that we are happy to have the warmer, spring weather back.  Upon welcoming the warmer weather, we are also welcoming the pesky seasonal allergens back.  Allergens are substances that cause allergic reactions.  This...

 

Women aren't getting enough nutrients. That's incredibly problematic

By Tieraona Low Dog For women, iron could be the key to boosting brain function. That’s the conclusion of a recent study that examined a group of female college students. The students performed a series of cognitive tests that progressively...

 

Meningitis is preventable

World Meningitis Day is today, April 24, so this is a good opportunity to share some information to help protect our community from this potentially deadly disease that can be fatal within 24 hours. The good news is that there are safe and effective...

 

Help overcome STDs in STD Awareness Month

April is Sexually Transmitted Disease Awareness Month, an annual observance to raise public awareness about the impact of sexually transmitted diseases on the lives of Americans and the importance of individuals discussing sexual health with their...

 

Northern Montana Care Center employee wins award

Press release Judy Solomon, admissions coordinator at the Northern Montana Care Center was recently awarded the Montana Health Care Association 2018 Commitment to Caring Award for Ancillary Service....

 

Liddle receives C.A.R.E. Award from Northern Montana Health Care

Press release Last week, Northern Montana Health Care presented the C.A.R.E. Award to Jacey Liddle, a member of the administration team. Liddle has worked at NMHC for one year. She was nominated by...

 

Kids will be kids

By Julianne LaSmith Fighting between siblings is a very ordinary thing. Most of us grew up battling our brothers and sisters over small things, and large things. Hurting each other is just part of...

 

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