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Eureka clinics combine on March 1

North Valley Hospital and Kalispell Regional Healthcare are combining their Eureka primary care clinics.
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Wound Ostomy is moving

Beginning February 13, the Wound, Ostomy and Hyperbaric Center will be located at 210 Sunnyview Lane, Suite 105.
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Visitor restrictions are now in effect

Due to the increase in influenza cases in the community and increased admissions to KRMC, we are now restricting visitors.
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KME hours changing March 1

Kalispell Medical Equipment's closing time will be 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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Perinatology and pediatrics - quality care starts in the womb

New pediatric specialists bring new services to the Flathead Valley.
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After surgery, 3-year-old is all smiles

On January 4, Donald had his final operation. Donald and his family traveled from Helena to see KRMC's pediatric surgeon.
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Welcome, Dr. Wilson

Oral and maxillofacial surgeon Bernadette Wilson, DDS, MD, comes to KRH with years of specialized training and experience.
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Valet parking returns to KRH

Free valet parking service for patients and visitors is now available on the Kalispell Regional Healthcare campus.
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Let the good times roll

Celebrate Mardi Gras and a good cause with Cancer Support Community Kalispell.
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Visitor restrictions for pediatric unit

Due to the increase of pediatric respiratory illnesses in the community, visitor restrictions are now in effect.
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New cardiac procedure has better outcomes

Two physicians successfully performed KRMC's first-ever transcatheter aortic valve replacement.
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Family medicine residency continues to grow

The program aims to lessen the gap between rural communities and family physicians.
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Citrus and celebration

The holidays are a wonderful time for family, friends and celebration. They are also the most difficult time of year to stay healthy in our diets and habits.
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Eureka clinics to join forces

North Valley Hospital and Kalispell Regional Healthcare are developing a plan to combine their Eureka outreach clinics.
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Radiation method spares heart

For women with left-sided breast cancer, a special treatment reduces radiation to the heart.
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Supplying hope to Africa

Used equipment from The HealthCenter is seeing a second life in hospitals across Africa, thanks to a Lakeside man.
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Learn the facts on Down syndrome

October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month.
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Fall colors in food

Here in Montana, our fall colors are breathtaking golds, deep reds, dark evergreens and bright orange, to name just a few.
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Montana Perinatal Center awarded ultrasound practice accreditation

Under the direction of Dr. Debra Guinn, Montana Perinatal Center provides a multidisciplinary approach to high-risk pregnancies.
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Berries, breakfast and bedtime

Berries are thought to have the highest anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity of all fruits.
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Go local for health

A healthy pregnancy is just a farmers market trip away. Why not encourage your desire to eat by picking up some of the freshest, most nutrient-packed items to enjoy for the week to come?
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Montana family thankful for new local pediatric surgeon

Krista Olesen is grateful for the support and care her 7-year-old daughter, Aspen, received from the pediatric specialist team at Kalispell Regional Healthcare.
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New building will expand pediatric services

Kalispell Regional Healthcare is committed to helping Montana’s families get the care they need here at home instead of having to travel out of state.
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The power of food in health

Pediatric cardiologist Austine Siomos, MD, shares nutrition advice for children and families.
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Gluten sensitivity can be managed with diet

Up to 1 percent of our population has a serious condition called celiac disease, which results in damage to the small intestine if the person eats food containing gluten.
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Christina Armstrong, 2016 KRH Nurse of the Year

Always vigilant, always improving, always positive. This is how her colleagues describe Kalispell Regional Healthcare’s 2016 Nurse of the Year, ICU Registered Nurse Christina Armstrong.
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New stroke support group begins April 27


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Asthma used to take her breath away, but now Crystal Romine is breathing easy

Bronchial thermoplasty is a new treatment for severe asthma in adults who have had little luck with other interventions.
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Montana Perinatal Center's superstar: Hallie Flores

The team at the Montana Perinatal Center, a department of Kalispell Regional Medical Center, works with inspiring women every day.
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North Valley Hospital and Kalispell Regional Healthcare Governing Boards closer to affiliation

The Governing Boards of both entities have finalized the agreement and governance bylaws to create a formal affiliation.
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How times have changed: Understanding prenatal diagnosis and genetic counseling in 2016

In perinatology, we combine ultrasound and genetic testing with the patient’s family history and reproductive history to evaluate a pregnancy’s specific needs.
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Optimizing pregnancy outcomes: Lessons in a nutshell

What happens during pregnancy influences the future health of both mother and child.
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The flu season is coming: How you can protect your family now

Every pregnant woman should receive the flu shot regardless of the trimester.
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Stroke: Knowledge can prevent long-term disability

A new education effort is underway to create awareness of the signs of stroke.
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Probiotics: The little bugs that could

You may have read or heard talk lately about probiotics and how they are supposed to be good for you.
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Going Paleo from a standard American diet can be a tough transition

What’s wrong with our modern diet? Lots!
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Diet basics

If your great-grandma wouldn't recognize it as a food, it probably isn't.
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Celiac, wheat allergy, gluten sensitivity are common digestive problems

Tom Flass, MD, explains the differences.
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