Happy New Year from Our Family to Yours
Dan Ordyna, CEO, Portneuf Medical Center
From recognizing the special moments that took place to focusing on how we can best serve our community in the future, 2018 brought plenty to reflect on. It is rare to have a hospital with such depth in medical specialties combined with the newest ideas and the most up to date equipment.
As the weather cools down outside, a good, hot meal always hits the spot. Chili is a hearty, warm meal that is filling and satisfying. Here are ways to make it healthy and hearty meal.
Movember® is a national movement to raise awareness for men’s health issues – specifically prostate and testicular cancer initiatives as well as mental health.
When you think about a hospital, it is likely you think about our fabulous doctors and nurses, but there is an army of engineers behind the scenes to ensure everything is running smoothly and safely. During the ISU Football Game last Saturday, we honored Portneuf’s Materials Management and the hospital Engineering Team.
Pocatello, ID – Looking to remove some stress from their already stressful lives, a Portneuf Medical Center patient and his fiancée decided to elope and tie the knot in the hospital’s chapel Sunday.
3D mammograms improve cancer detection and reduce recall rates for women of all ages and breast types, including the nearly 50 percent of women of breast cancer screening age who have dense breast tissue.
When making the decision about breast health, it is good to know that technology is evolving. 3D mammograms, also known as tomosynthesis, are available at Portneuf Medical Imaging.
Every three minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer. In fact, Portneuf Cancer Center treated about 100 women with breast cancer in 2017. To kick off the month of October, Portneuf Medical Center proudly sponsored the 19th annual Brake for Breakfast.