Experts: Staff adjustments common in medical field today
Due to a decreased in-patient volume in January, Capital Region Medical Center has required its non-nursing and non-clinical staff to take time off over a six-week period as a cost-savings measure.
Prior to joining the Cole County Health Department as assistant director of nursing a little more than a year ago, Donna Seidel worked part time in a doctor’s office for nearly 12 years while her children were young.
A recent study by the Missouri Hospice & Palliative Care Association found that Missouri Medicaid recipients who choose end-of-life hospice care have lower Medicaid costs than those who don’t.
Missouri lawmakers presented several firearm-related bills Tuesday that pertain to school protection officers, landlords and tenants, a firearms safety training course and testing requirements for concealed carry weapons (CCW).
The Redeem Project will open its doors Wednesday at a new home in the basement of KNLJ-TV at 311 W. Dunklin St.
Don Barnett wanted a volunteer position with the American Red Cross Heart of Missouri Chapter that didn’t involve a lot of paperwork.
“From the get-go, I knew I had to educate myself on this disease just to find out what we’re in for,” Niemeier said.
The HALO Foundation’s Sixth Annual Artreach Auction is from 7-11 p.m. March 7 at the Community Room at Capital Mall.
Lincoln University will present “The Vagina Monologues” March 6 as part of a fundraising event to honor V-Day, a global movement that began 15 years ago to end violence against women and girls.
The Community Health Center of Central Missouri has established a Chronic Care Program to help patients with chronic disease management for conditions such as diabetes, asthma and depression.