Saint Francis Medical Center has named Beth Keller, PHR, business liaison in the Business Development department.
In her new position, Keller will work primarily with companies and industries in Saint Francis’ service area, educating them on the services available at the Medical Center, including the Occupational Medicine... Read more
Saint Francis Foundation and the Saint Francis Medical Center Auxiliary awarded healthcare scholarships to 23 local students on August 1. Each student received $2,000 in scholarships toward a degree in a healthcare-related profession.
The Saint Francis Healthcare Scholarship Program was created in 1980. The program is funded... Read more
Saint Francis Medical Center is pleased to introduce Steven J. Joggerst, MD, as a Medical Partner and new interventional cardiologist at Cape Cardiology Group. This highly skilled physician joins a team of seven expert cardiologists and will be a part of Saint Francis’ new Heart Valve... Read more
Saint Francis Medical Center’s Fitness Plus placed second in the Worldwide Walking Challenge sponsored by the Medical Fitness Association. Fitness Plus recruited more than 700 participants who took a total number of 50,377,895 steps during the week-long challenge. Fitness Plus will be recognized for this accomplishment... Read more
Saint Francis Medical Center wants to make sure that your child is safe when left at home alone or under the watch of a babysitter. To help ensure this safety, the Medical Center offers the Safe Sitter program for boys and girls ages 11 to 13... Read more
Saint Francis Medical Center won 21 Show-Me Excellence awards for excellence in healthcare marketing – more than any other single hospital in the state – from the Missouri Association for Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing (MAHPRM).
This statewide honor recognizes an institution’s efforts to educate and inform... Read more
Nearly 170 golfers and 30 volunteers turned out for the 11th annual Ken Hayden Memorial Golf Tournament on May 19, raising more than $70,000 in support of patients and their families at Saint Francis Medical Center.
Since its inception in 2004, the Tournament, sponsored by The Friends... Read more
Applications for the 2014 Saint Francis Foundation and Auxiliary Healthcare Scholarships are now available. The program awards 23 scholarships of up to $2,000 annually to students pursuing a healthcare-related career.
Applicants must have successfully completed one year of an accredited healthcare program and have at least a... Read more
Pat Cameron Named 2014 Auxilian of the Year
The Saint Francis Medical Center Auxiliary presented $125,000 to Marilyn Curtis, Vice President – Professional Services at Saint Francis Medical Center, at the annual Auxiliary and Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon on April 22. The donation is the third installment of... Read more
Saint Francis Medical Center has named Aaron Spratt, MBA, director of Information Systems. In this position, he will lead the Information Systems team of analysts, programmers and project leads. He will also continue to ensure that Saint Francis’ electronic medical records (EMRs) maintain compliance for ARRA... Read more
Tickets are on sale now for Macy’s fashion and fundraising event, “Fashion Focus: Tips and Trends,” benefitting The Friends of Saint Francis.
On Tuesday, April 8, from 6 to 8:30 pm at West Park Mall, guests will get a sneak peek of upcoming fashion trends and learn... Read more
Saint Francis Medical Center celebrated the delivery of its first baby in 2014. At 1:22 pm on Wednesday, January 1, a baby boy was welcomed into the world by proud parents Caitlin Cook and Matthew Lincoln of Marble Hill, Mo. The caring Family BirthPlace nursing staff... Read more
Saint Francis Medical Center celebrated the delivery of its first baby in 2014. At 1:22 pm on Wednesday, January 1, 2014, a baby boy was welcomed into the world by proud parents Caitlin Cook and Matthew Lincoln of Marble Hill, Mo., and caring Family BirthPlace nursing... Read more
Big changes were happening in the Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Saint Francis Medical Center on December 10 as staff moved tiny patients into a new, larger space. The expanded Level III NICU is one of the first areas completed as part of... Read more
Saint Francis Medical Center has named Jim Lawrence, RN, MBA, as the new director of business development. In this role, he will lead all aspects of business development and relationship building with physicians, consumers and businesses. In addition to his new role, Lawrence will continue to... Read more
Saint Francis Medical Center kicked off its annual Pink Up Cape breast cancer awareness campaign with a bang on September 24. More than 1,200 guests, including breast cancer survivors, their families and supporters, gathered in the Cancer Institute for food, entertainment and shopping, all benefitting Dig... Read more
Saint Francis Healthcare System today announced it has purchased 18 acres of land located at US 60 Outer Road and Harris Drive in Dexter and will build an outreach healthcare facility on the site.
Current plans call for ambulatory services, primary care, rehabilitation therapies and wellness. Specific... Read more
More than 260 golfers and 40 volunteers turned out for the 26th annual Friends of Saint Francis Benefit Golf Tournament on August 23 at Bent Creek Golf Course in Jackson. Funds raised support patients and their families at Saint Francis Medical Center.
Proceeds from this year’s tournament... Read more
Saint Francis Medical Center has been named one of the 100 “Best Places to Work in Healthcare” by Modern Healthcare magazine for the sixth consecutive year – an honor no other employer in Missouri has achieved.
The prestigious program is open to companies across the healthcare industry... Read more
Saint Francis Medical Center’s Fitness Plus recently finished second in the Worldwide Walking Challenge sponsored by the Medical Fitness Association. Fitness Plus recruited more than 700 participants who took a total number of 38,169,706 steps during the week-long challenge in April. Fitness Plus will be recognized... Read more