CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: SURGERY SPOTLIGHT

This December, when the new St. Bernards surgical and intensive care services tower opens, patients will have even more opportunities to receive the surgical care they need. 

The new 245,000 square foot tower will create a new front door for the hospital, and include an expanded and comprehensive intensive care unit as well as an expansion and upgrade of all surgical areas.

There will be 14 surgical suites in the new tower and each will include cutting-edge technology and space for surgeons, staff and equipment. 

For more information, visit stbernards.info.

GET COLORFUL FOR A CAUSE: KIDS COLOR RUN
Get ready for a colorfully fun time at the St. Bernards Kids Color Run on Saturday, Sept. 14 at 8 a.m.

This two-mile fun run, which supports various programs through the Get in Gear series, will begin at St. Bernards Auditorium and is open to children in kindergarten through sixth grade, as well as parents and guardians. 

Volunteers will be tossing non-toxic colors on race participants throughout the well-marked course.

Cost per child to register is $10 and includes a t-shirt and medal. Parents may participate for free or register and receive a t-shirt for $10.

To register, or to learn more, visit Race Roster online or call the St. Bernards Foundation at 870.207.2500. 
Did you know you can request an appointment with any St. Bernards physician online? 

Click the link below to make an appointment today!

SPOTLIGHT: ST. BERNARDS TOTAL LIFE HEALTHCARE 

Sometimes older adults need a little extra help. St. Bernards offers an all-inclusive elderly care program called Total Life Healthcare, which offers services including transportation, home health, hospital care, adult daycare and many others.

Learn more about Total Life Healthcare by checking out the video below!

St. Bernards Total Life Healthcare

DR. EUDY BOSLEY JOINS ST. BERNARDS
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Psychiatrist Eudy Bosley, MD, has joined the medical team at St. Bernards Behavioral Health.


She is board-certified in psychiatry and has worked as a psychiatrist for the Oklahoma Department of Health and the Tulsa Center for Behavioral Health since 2016.

Dr. Bosley is currently seeing patients at St. Bernards Behavioral Health, located at 2712 E. Johnson Avenue in Jonesboro.

For more information, please call the St. Bernards Healthline at 870.207.7300.
THE IMPORTANCE OF BREAST CANCER SCREENINGS

One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime. 

The key to fighting these numbers is early detection.

Dr. Isam Abdel-Karim, a hematologist/oncologist with St. Bernards Cancer Center, recently spoke with Region 8 News about the importance of early detection. 

For more information, check out the St. Bernards Newsroom.

UPCOMING EVENTS WITH ST. BERNARDS

Did you know St. Bernards hosts many events each month, including support groups, community screenings and childbirth and CPR classes?

Check out the calendar on the St. Bernards webpage to learn more!