Dr. Kenney Farewell

BHC Auxilliary - April 2019 Minutes

Broadwater Health Center Auxilliary

April 16, 2019: The meeting was called to order by Donna Harper at 6:05 p.m. There were ten persons in attendance (list attached). The minutes from the previous meeting were read and approved. The treasurer's report showed a balance of $15,482.94. The Leprechaun Festival showed a net income of $3,725.55. Treasurer's report was approved.

Broadwater Health Center Welcomes Toni Zimmer

Toni is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker has been in the social work profession for over 25 years in both direct care and management capacities. Her background includes work with children and families, abuse, trauma, crisis intervention, opiate addiction, developmental disabilities, and in the foster care and adoption systems. She has a passion for empowering rural communities by identifying and utilizing strengths and resiliency of community members and clients served.

BHC Auxilliary - February 2019 Minutes

BROADWATER HEALTH CENTER AUXILIARY

February 5, 2019

 

The Broadwater Health Center Auxiliary meeting was called to order by Nancy Marks at 7:04 p.m. There were 12 persons in attendance on a snowy evening. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The financial report showed a balance of $11,652.39. The financial report was approved.

2018 Hospital Utilization

A Message From the Administrator

WHERE WE Were:
 
In 2012, the hospital’s Board of Directors was searching for someone with the  expertise and experience to help resurrect the closed nursing home and the nearly closed BHC hospital and clinic. They selected me due to my past turnaround experience to start October 31st 2012. 
 

Helmsley Charitable Trust Awards Broadwater Health Center Grant for CT Scanner

Townsend, Mont.—The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust has awarded Broadwater Health Center a $400,000 grant to purchase a 64-slice computer tomography (CT) scanner. Since 2015, the Helmsley Charitable Trust’s Rural Healthcare Program has awarded over $30 million to outfit 79 of the region’s hospitals with state-of-the-art CT scanners to help them provide the best care to patients close to home. 

WIC Announcement

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