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Regence Foundation Awards Nearly $250,000 in Grants to Northwest Nonprofits

The Regence Foundation announced today
$246,500 in grants for four Northwest nonprofits: HealthMatters of Central
Oregon, WithinReach, Critical Access Hospital Network and Northwest
Organization of Nurse Executives. The grants all support nonprofit programs
with innovative plans to improve quality of care and increase access to care.

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IBR announces Health Care Hero honorees

The Idaho Business Review has announced the recipients of its 2009 Idaho Health Care Heroes awards. Now in its fourth year, the Health Care Heroes program recognizes the invaluable contributions made by individuals and organizations in the health care field statewide.

Joining the IBR in this effort is longtime co-sponsor Idaho State University and new 2009 partner PacificSource Health Plans. Other program affiliates include the Idaho Hospital Association, Idaho Medical Association, Idaho Health Care Association, Idaho Alliance of Leaders in Nursing, and the Medical Group Management Association.

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A new approach to ‘medical homes’ will transform the relationship between you and your doc

What do you do if your baby breaks out in hives after your pediatrician’s office closes? Or you want to know if the knee replacement your specialist recommends for your mother is really the best treatment for her?

Consider the patient-centered medical home.

No, a medical home doesn’t mean you get a flat-screen TV and a comfy recliner - or even up-to-date magazines - at your doctor’s office.

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Two Nurses Stop at Crash Scene and Save a Life

Two nurses are being called heroes for using their life-saving skills to help a young lady involved in a serious crash Tuesday afternoon. For everyone involved, they say the timing could not have been better.

Thirty-year-old Erinn Powell from Wisconsin was a passenger in a pick-up truck on Highway 89 between Hoback and Pinedale when the driver fell asleep and hit an oncoming pick-up head on.

She was pinned in the wreckage between the dash and the seat. She lost consciousness and had two seizures.

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Health department offers “back to school” immunization clinics for all kids, insured or not

The Central District Health Department is trying to pick up the slack as some health providers stop offering vaccinations for kids with health insurance. Children are required to be up-to-date on their immunizations before starting school, but some medical providers are no longer offering immunizations to their insured patients, according to a news release from the Central District Health Department, based in Boise.

Some medical practices are quitting because of new requirements that they maintain separate inventories of vaccine for insured children and for kids who are eligible for low-cost vaccinations through Idaho’s Vaccines for Children program.

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ISU College of Technology’s three nursing programs are innovative, effective

It may come as a surprise to some that three of Idaho State University’s five current nursing programs are taught by and administered through the ISU College of Technology.

The College of Technology offers the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA),

Practical Nursing (PN) and Associate Degree Registered Nurse (ADRN) programs for aspiring nurses. The other two, bachelor and master’s nursing programs, are offered through the Kasiska College of Health Professions.

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ISU nursing students using ambulances for unique training

POCATELLO - Nursing students at Idaho State University are not only learning how to help critically ill patients, but how to do it in every type of environment.

As if it wasn’t hard enough to keep “Mr. Brown” alive when he is having a heart attack, but students in the Associate Degree Registered Nurse program at ISU are doing it in a moving ambulance.

And they’re the only ones in the country doing this type of training. Michelle Raley, Team Leader for the exercise said, “If it comes down to it and (I have to do a transport), I’ll have a little better experience with it and I’ll know better what they’re going to need on the other end of the phone.”

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Health Connection: Maternity care nurses get advanced training

Recognizing that cardiac emergencies can happen anytime, even during labor, Shore Memorial Hospital is taking a leading role in educating obstetrical nurses throughout South Jersey in emergency preparedness for obstetrical specific cardiac emergencies.
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Although it is rare for a woman to have a serious emergency such as cardiac arrest during childbirth, the hospital’s obstetrical nurses understand that it can happen, and are fully capable of handling this life-threatening event.

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EIRMC Celebrates Educated Nurses

By Hailey Higgins, Local News 8 Reporter

IDAHO FALLS - Nurses live their lives caring for the sick and Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center took care of their nurses. 

The hospital hosted a party celebrating nurse’s week, Thursday. Special recognition was given to nurses who advanced their degrees or certifications.

Of EIRMC’s 500 registered nurses, 87 percent received extra education.

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Shortage Of Nursing Brings More Students To ISU

POCATELLO - With the economy taking a toll on many jobs, there are some so called “recession-proof” careers such as nursing.

Local universities are seeing an influx of people going back to school for their nursing degree.

It’s a job with security and good pay. But with the shortage of nurses comes another problem.

More students than ever are entering Idaho State University’s School of Nursing. Currently, there are more than 350 undergraduate and graduate students.
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