The prestigious American Diabetes Association Education Recognition Certificate for a quality diabetes self-management education program was recently awarded to the Magnolia Regional Medical Center program on May 5, 2017. ADA believes that this program offers high-quality education that is an essential component of effective diabetes treatment.
Dr. James Chambliss has been named Magnolia’s Favorite Physician in the third annual Favorite Physician Contest sponsored by Magnolia Regional Medical Center and the MRMC Foundation.
The Magnolia Regional Medical Center Board of Commissioners announces the appointment of Rex Jones as Chief Executive Officer effective December 2016.
Margaret West, Chief Executive Officer at Magnolia Regional Medical Center, has announced her retirement after 30 years of service.
Dr. Ked Davis didn't always want to go into medicine, but he's happy that that is the path he ended up following. Davis was recently voted "Magnolia's Favorite Physician" in a contest that brought in 1,650 votes from local patients. He will also receive a commemorative brick in the Magnolia Regional Medical Center's Terrace of Honor.
Dr. Ked Davis has been voted Magnolia's Favorite Physician in Magnolia Regional Medical Center's second annual Doctors' Day award.
Julie Gunnels is an Emerson native and graduate of Emerson High School. Her husband is a welder and machinist at Red Dog Oil Tools, Inc., and they have three children in the Emerson schools. She is a 1997 graduate of Southern Arkansas University's nursing program and has been at work at Magnolia Regional Medical Center ever since.
Magnolia Regional Medical Center has been chosen to be supported by the SRHT Project, to assist in the transition to value-based health care
In appreciation of Arkansas hospitals’ support of organ, eye and tissue donation, staff of the Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency (ARORA) will present complimentary roses to hospital CEOs from across Arkansas. The CEOs will then personalize each rose in honor of Arkansans who became donors in 2014. These roses, along with thousands of handwritten rose dedications from across the country will be placed in the Donate Life float's Dedication Garden for the world to see.
On April 2 the public will be able to give online from smartphones, tablets or personal computers by going to ArkansasGives.org, choosing the MRMC Foundation and making a credit card donation. In addition to the value of their gift, ArkansasGives donors will help the MRMC Foundation receive a portion of the bonus dollars and help them compete for additional cash prizes that will be awarded to the organizations that raise the most individual donations and most total dollars in several categories.
The Arkansas Department of Health has recognized 28 hospitals, including Magnolia Regional Medical Center, with awards for stroke care performance.
The awards reflect documentation of incidents made through the Arkansas Stroke Registry (ASR) between July 2013 and June 2014. The awards were given to hospitals meeting 90 percent or more of the stroke care performance measures, with at least six stroke patients treated between July 2013 and June 2014.
Dr. Moises Menendez is a man of many talents. Not only does he work as a surgeon for Magnolia Regional Medical Center but in his free time he is an accomplished and passionate artist who is to have the first solo art exhibition at Magnolia Arts Center.
Using SHARE, an outside physician referring a patient to MRMC can immediately transfer the patient’s electronic medical history to MRMC, reducing redundancy and cost of treatment and improving patient care coordination. MRMC will push its patients’ admission, discharge and transfer information, lab results and X-ray reports from its electronic health record system to SHARE for outside providers caring for MRMC patients to access as needed.
In the past year, Magnolia Regional Medical Center has seen a tremendous growth in the Labor & Delivery Department. Monthly birth rates are almost double those of a year ago, and the numbers continue to grow.
Buchanan comes to Magnolia from Georgia, where he had practiced for around 21 years. He was raised in Blossom, Texas, did his undergraduate work at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, went to medical school at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas and did general surgery residency at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, N.C.
"It is important for the public to know what to do should they have symptoms of Ebola," says Gina Atkins, RN, Infection Control Nurse. "But it is equally important that we as healthcare providers be prepared to care for those patients who may come to our facility," she says.
Magnolia Regional Medical Center announces that Valley Services has assumed the management and operations of the cafeteria and patient food services.
Beginning with National Nurses Day on May 6, nurses are being honored as leaders who improve the quality of health care. Nurses practice in diverse roles, such as clinicians, administrators, researchers, educators and policymakers.
Magnolia Regional Medical Center has ranked fifth in a survey of the most affordable hospital in Arkansas, according to a website called NerdWallet Health.
Margaret West was awarded with the Distinguished Leadership Award for 2014.
MRMC is now accepting applications for Community Advisory Board Members.
Magnolia Regional Medical Center welcomes the first baby
Magnolia Regional Medical Center is looking forward to celebrating 75 years of service
The Magnolia Regional Medical Center Foundation is pleased to announce the theme for the 2014 fundraising gala.