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The Hannibal Regional Auxiliary hosted a Service Awards Luncheon to recognize their excellent volunteers over the past year.
We are pleased to announce that Complete Family Medicine, based in Kirksville, MO, will soon become part of Hannibal Regional Healthcare System. With this acquisition, Hannibal Regional is able to expand our patient-centered care westward and include new five locations.
This month’s Golden Star Winners are being recognized for their kindness, great customer service, and genuinely caring interactions with patients and team members. Congratulations to Melissa Kaylor, Dave Mundle, Dr. Roubey and Donna Healey, and thank you for being such great people!
This year’s National Hospital Week is being celebrated May 7-13. Join us in a week of celebrating “The Healing Heart of Healthcare.”
Todd Ahrens, HRHS President/CEO will once again be competing in the Hannibal Cannibal – and would like to challenge you to join him.
The results are in for the 2017 Spring In It To Win It competition!
Hannibal Regional Intensive Care Unit recently received a Top Performance Award from “The Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) ICU Liberation Campaign”.
Hannibal Regional Hospital received Saving Sight’s 2016 Excellence in Eye Donation Award, honoring the hospital for achievements in providing the gift of sight to those needing a cornea transplant.
The Accreditation Committee of the College of American Pathologists (CAP), accreditation has been awarded to Hannibal Regional Laboratory.
The Inpatient Rehab Unit at Hannibal Regional was recognized by Kindred Healthcare for the quality care that was provided to patients in 2016. Congratulations to our Inpatient Rehab team, and thank you for all you do!
Each year, more than 4 million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed, with 1 in 5 Americans developing skin cancer in the course of a lifetime. Dr. Schuyler Metlis will be hosting free skin cancer screenings at Hannibal Regional Medical Group locations through June!
Internal medicine providers, or internists, focus on adult medicine for patients ages 18 and older. At least three of their seven or more years of medical school and postgraduate training are dedicated to focused education on prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases that affect adults. Read more to get to know our team of internal medicine providers.
The Infusion Center hosted its grand opening with a Hannibal Area Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting event. Thank you to everyone who came out to support our team!
Hannibal Regional Foundation hosted their first annual Barn Bash to help raise funds for this year’s Cherish Campaign.
Hannibal Regional hosted another successful Back Pain Seminar with Dr. Basho.
The Rite Care Valley of Columbia Scottish Rite Masons recently partnered with Hannibal Regional Foundation to raise funds for Hannibal Regional’s Pediatric Speech Therapy Department.
The Hannibal Children’s Center celebrated the Week of the Young Child April 24th – April 28th with families, children, and teachers through planned themed days of fun!
National Teacher Appreciation Week was May 1st through May 5th. Teachers at the Hannibal Children’s Center were shown just how much they are appreciated as they were showered with breakfast, lunch, fun activities, and gifts throughout the week.
During the week of April 17 – 21st, 144 Hannibal Regional Hospital nurses and Hannibal-LaGrange University nursing students took part in simulation training provided by Nursing Development and the University of Missouri School of Medicine mobile simulation lab.
Hannibal Regional’s Wellness Committee wants you to walk 1,000,000 steps from May 1, 2017 – September 30, 2017. Are you up to the challenge?
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Patient Experience is the sum of all the interactions we have with our patients. Julie Leverenz would like to share with you her insights on how progress, otherwise known as change, and the trusted relationships we have between and among us as a Hannibal Regional family are the only constants in the healthcare landscape today.
Protected Health Information (PHI) is any information about a patient and can come in many different forms. It can be electronic, on paper, or spoken/heard words. It may include patient name, address, employer, date of birth, telephone number, email address, Social Security number, account number or photo. Patients receiving medical care expect this information to remain private. Every patient, or parent/guardian of a child, is required to fill out a…
This month Hannibal Regional will be focusing on Spirit of Excellence Standard Seven: Be Passionate About Excellence. Join us as we re-discover our passion for our work.
Hannibal Regional welcomes new team members to the organization!