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Mountain View Hospital Installs New Cactus Smart Sinks

Mountain View Hospital is continually seeking out how to increase our community’s knowledge about advances in the medical field. Some of our efforts have been aided through local news. Our latest story covers the installation of our new “Smart Sinks.” You can check out the story here.      

Posted on February 26th, 2014 by Balderdash

Mountain View Hospital is continually seeking out how to increase our community’s knowledge about advances in the medical field. Some of our efforts have been aided through local news. Our latest story covers the installation of our new “Smart Sinks.” You can check out the story here.      

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Mountain View Hospital in the News

Mountain View Hospital is continually seeking out how to increase our community’s knowledge about advances in the medical field. Some of our efforts have been aided through local news sources, including KIDK, News 3. Check out some of the stories they have done over the past year: Metabolic Rate: Knowing Your Body Doctors Learn with [...]

Posted on June 11th, 2013 by derek

Mountain View Hospital is continually seeking out how to increase our community’s knowledge about advances in the medical field. Some of our efforts have been aided through local news sources, including KIDK, News 3. Check out some of the stories they have done over the past year: Metabolic Rate: Knowing Your Body Doctors Learn with [...]

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Second Annual Dodging Colon Cancer Dodgeball Tournament

The Second Annual Dodging Colon Cancer Dodgeball Tournament takes aim at raising awareness in the Idaho Falls community and surrounding areas about the disease. The tournament will be held at the Idaho Falls Apple Athletic Club on Friday, March 15 and Saturday, March 16. On the 15 the tournament will start at 7 PM with [...]

Posted on February 15th, 2013 by derek

The Second Annual Dodging Colon Cancer Dodgeball Tournament takes aim at raising awareness in the Idaho Falls community and surrounding areas about the disease. The tournament will be held at the Idaho Falls Apple Athletic Club on Friday, March 15 and Saturday, March 16. On the 15 the tournament will start at 7 PM with [...]

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Keeping Birth Natural

By Ruth Brown Post Register rbrown@postregister.com To Jen Fisher, hospitals are made for sick people. She doesn’t consider pregnancy to be a medical ailment — but sees it as a natural part of womanhood. That’s why the Victor woman opted to use a midwife and deliver in her own home when she gave birth to [...]

Posted on January 30th, 2013 by derek

By Ruth Brown Post Register rbrown@postregister.com To Jen Fisher, hospitals are made for sick people. She doesn’t consider pregnancy to be a medical ailment — but sees it as a natural part of womanhood. That’s why the Victor woman opted to use a midwife and deliver in her own home when she gave birth to [...]

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Baby Born 12:12 pm, 12-12-12

By Christina Lords Post Register Idaho Fall, ID Rigby resident Kylee Smith thought she’d be getting ready for another day of work at Snake River Oncology on Wednesday morning. Only 38 weeks into her pregnancy, her baby – due Dec. 30 – had other ideas. Baby Smith had some pretty perfect timing. After about six [...]

Posted on December 13th, 2012 by derek

By Christina Lords Post Register Idaho Fall, ID Rigby resident Kylee Smith thought she’d be getting ready for another day of work at Snake River Oncology on Wednesday morning. Only 38 weeks into her pregnancy, her baby – due Dec. 30 – had other ideas. Baby Smith had some pretty perfect timing. After about six [...]

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