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Christmas in July toy drive benefits pediatric patients

Through August 1, Kalispell Regional Healthcare invites employees, visitors and community members to donate new and unwrapped toys for pediatric patients.
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American Heart Association recognizes KRMC for excellence in heart attack treatment

Kalispell Regional Medical Center has been recognized by the American Heart Association’s Mission: Lifeline® program for excellence in improving quality of patient care for heart attack treatment.
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Kalispell Regional Healthcare rallies cancer survivors and supporters to join dragon boat teams

KRH has signed on as title sponsor of the Montana Dragon Boat Festival, which returns to Volunteer Park in Lakeside this September.
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Becker’s Hospital Review names KRMC one of 100 Great Community Hospitals

Kalispell Regional Medical Center was recognized as one of 100 Great Community Hospitals for 2016 by Becker’s Hospital Review. KRMC is one of only two Montana hospitals on the list.
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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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Free screening of ‘Being Mortal’ documentary open to public


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CSC Weekend lights up late August

Two premier events will put the new Cancer Support Community (CSC) Kalispell at center stage the last weekend of August.
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Stroke program earns high honors

Kalispell Regional Medical Center’s stroke program has earned one of the highest recognitions from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.
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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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Ready for Rad Ride?

After an amazing launch in 2015, this year’s Rad Ride is planned for Saturday, August 27 with more ride distances to choose from, a great lineup of activities for the kids, a delicious lunch and nonstop fun beginning with the 9 a.m. start time.
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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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Kids Fair delights youngsters

The world of doctors, EMTs and nurses became real to a group of 2- and 3-year-olds through kindergartners at Kalispell Regional Medical Center just before Easter. For two hours on March 25, 107 Kid Kare youngsters and students from Stillwater Christian School visited KRMC’s first-ever Kids Fair.
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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


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Sharing the teddy bear love

On March 15, Kerrie Tkachyk hauled more than a half-dozen large garbage bags full of brand-new stuffed animals to Kalispell Regional Medical Center. They’re all intended for other children who find themselves in need of comfort in a scary hospital setting.
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Competitive Edge

In the world of physical fitness and sports performance, what’s old is new again. The barbell, once a staple of the weight room, is back. Total body strength is the new “fit” and barbell training is the best way to build it.
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2016 Employer of Choice

Northwest Women’s Health Care is a pretty special place to work, and the Flathead Job Service Employers’ Council (JSEC) wants everyone to know about it.
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KRH Works to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screenings Rates Across the Country


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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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Big Sky Family Medicine is moving

The medical team at Big Sky Family Medicine is moving into its new home on Monday, February 22. The office is moving from its location on Conway Drive and into a main-floor suite at 160 Heritage Way - just use the main entrance and take the door on the right.
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Nurturing community partners

Flathead Industries kindly allowed us to share an article from their December 2016 newsletter, detailing the motivations and benefits from an employment collaboration Executive Chef Seth Bostick has crafted with their clients.
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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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KRMC expands use of human milk nutritional products for sick preemies


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