17 January 2018

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 that equation. “Sure. I think you can jump down a two story stairwell and land on your feet. Go ahead...
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17 January 2018

Talk the Talk, Walk the Walk

By Julianne LaSmith: The complete phrase is “You can talk the talk, but can you walk the walk?” It’s the adaption of similar phrases like “Talk is cheap”, “Actions speak louder than words” or “Practice what you preach”. Too often we’re given excellent advice from people who definitely don’t walk the walk. In healthcare it...
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17 January 2018

Serving Others

By Julianne LaSmith:          Mohammed Ali once said, ““Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.” “Service to Others” is defined as “Choosing to engage without expectation of reciprocation.” Alice Chambers, RN, is a member of a group called the Baptist Nursing Fellowship (BNF). BNF was...
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17 January 2018

Dr. Michelle Donaldson to Travel with Olympic Snowboard Team

Havre, Montana  – At the end of this month while many Americans will be determining what to do with their Thanksgiving leftovers, Dr. Michelle Donaldson, Orthopedic Surgeon, will be traveling with the US Olympic Snowboard Team to Pitzal, Austria. She will be there to serve as a team physician for an upcoming training camp for...
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17 January 2018

Northern Montana Health Care Rolls Out Plain Language Codes

Havre, Montana – Emergency Alert Codes; such as “Code Blue” or “Code Grey” have been used for many years in hospitals across the country to alert and direct staff in emergency situations. Northern Montana Health Care (NMHC) previously used colors to represent the codes. The reasons for these codes range from a possible fire to...
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17 January 2018

Northern Montana Health Care Foundation Sponsors “Stop the Bleed” Program

Havre, Montana – The Northern Montana Health Care Foundation (NMHCF) Board of Trustees recently voted to fund the promotion of a grassroots movement called “Stop the Bleed” here on the Hi-Line. The Board of community members voted unanimously to provide the financial support needed to make this program a free service to the community. Dale...
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17 January 2018

Northern Montana Health Care Awards “C.A.R.E.” Award to Employee

Havre, Montana – Customer Service is important to Northern Montana Health Care (NMHC). “Being the healthcare provider of choice” is part of their mission statement. Taking the time to recognize excellence in their employees is one of the ways they try to achieve this goal. The “C.A.R.E.” Award was started as part of the Customer...
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17 January 2018

Northern Montana Sletten Cancer Center Holds Open House

Havre, Montana –October 26, 2017 – Last evening, at the Northern Montana Sletten Cancer Center the lights stayed on longer than usual. From 6:00 until 8:00 pm visitors to the Sletten were treated to refreshments, tours of the facility and the comradery of fellow cancer patients, friends and family. Some of the visitor were former...
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17 January 2018

Northern Montana Health Care Awards “C.A.R.E.” Award to Employee

Havre, Montana – Customer Service is important to Northern Montana Health Care. “Being the healthcare provider of choice” is part of their mission statement. Taking the time to recognize excellence in their employees is one of the ways they try to achieve this goal. The “C.A.R.E.” Award was started as part of their Customer Service...
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17 January 2018

Volunteerism Helps Everyone

Havre, Montana – Volunteerism is defined as the policy or practice of volunteering one’s time or talents for charitable, educational, or other worthwhile activities, especially in one’s community. While the definition states that the act is considered to benefit others, it may ultimately be a great benefit to the individual as well. Studies have shown...
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