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Ask The Cardiologist Lunch & Learn Event

edoebel | January 16th, 2020

Come and ask the cardiologist your heart questions. Buena Vista Regional Medical Center hosts Jon A. Peacock, FACC, MD and the BVRMC EMS Team during a free luncheon on Monday, February 17, 2020 in the Kallmer Education Center from 12:00-1:00 p.m. Seating is limited, please RSVP to 712.213.8683 by February 13, 2020. This event is…read more

Message Your Doctor Securely

Diane Porter | January 13th, 2020

With secure patient messaging from MyUnityPoint, your care team is always just a click away. Buena Vista Regional Medical Center and UnityPoint Clinic uses secure patient messaging to provide a confidential and convenient way for us to communicate with you about your health care. Confidentiality is our primary concern. Secure messaging is private and secure…read more

BVRMC Event to Help Dementia Care Givers

Diane Porter | January 13th, 2020

Teepa Snow MS, OTR/L, FAOTA, one of the nation’s most dynamic and uplifting dementia care experts, and founder of Positive Approach® to Care (PAC), will present Coping with Challenging Situations in Dementia Care on Thursday, April 9 at King’s Pointe Waterpark Resort in Storm Lake. Nurses, Nursing Home Staff and at home caregivers, and anyone…read more

Ask the Cardiologist- Free Lunch & Learn Event

edoebel | January 8th, 2020

Come and ask the cardiologist your heart questions. Buena Vista Regional Medical Center hosts Jon A. Peacock, FACC, MD and the BVRMC EMS Team during a free luncheon on Monday, February 17, 2020 in the Kallmer Education Center from 12:00-1:00 p.m. Seating is limited, please RSVP to 712.213.8683 by February 13, 2020. This event is…read more

Bags with Goodies Donated to BVRMC for Oncology Patients

Diane Porter | January 7th, 2020

December 17 is a special day for Carrie Schmidt, it’s her dad’s birthday. Carrie’s dad, Ed Demers, died at the age of 42 from leukemia. Years after his passing she became a Thirty-One bag consultant and found a way to pay tribute to Ed’s memory every year and help patients fighting cancer at Buena Vista…read more

2019 Auxiliary Scholarship Winners

Diane Porter | January 7th, 2020

Congratulations to The 2019 BVRMC Auxiliary Scholarship Winners  A coffee reception for the 2019 Auxiliary scholarship winners was held on Friday, December 22. Those that were able to attend are shown in the photos below. 2020 scholarship applications are now available at www.bvrmc.org  The following are the winners along with the scholarship they received. High…read more

BVRMC Foundation Elects Officers for 2020

Coleen Imming | December 31st, 2019

At its monthly meeting held December 19, 2019, the Buena Vista Regional Healthcare Foundation elected Officers for 2020.  Larry Schultz, Storm Lake, Chair Suzette Radke, Aurelia, Vice-Chair Joshua Newhouse, Storm Lake, Secretary-Treasurer. Other Foundation Board members are Duane Miller, The Reverend Duane Queen, Terry Mason, Jan Worthan, Chad Halder, Tim Smith and Howard Hatlielid, all…read more

Stay Safe on Ice and Snow. When in Doubt, Walk Like a Penguin.

edoebel | December 31st, 2019

Winter is here and you never know when you will find a slippery spot walking outdoors. Reacquaint yourself with how to navigate slick icy surfaces. When in doubt, walk like a penguin. Lean forward just a little and keep your center of gravity over your front leg. Shuffle your feet and take short steps. Keep…read more

BVRMC Receives the 2020 Women’s Choice Award® as one of America’s Best Hospitals for Obstetrics

edoebel | December 30th, 2019

More moms choose BVRMC. Buena Vista Regional Medical Center has been named as one of America’s Best Hospitals for Obstetrics for a second consecutive year. According to the Women’s Choice Award®, BVRMC is in the top 17% of 4,982 U.S. hospitals offering obstetrics. Trish Winger, Director of First Embrace Obstetrics, credits the superior care by…read more

2019 Top Baby Names at BVRMC

edoebel | December 26th, 2019

Buena Vista Regional Medical Center announces the top 2019 baby names. “Everyone did a great job of being creative or original with their baby’s name. We had 25 names that were given to more than one baby and most of those only shared with one other baby,” reported Tracy Terry, First Embrace Obstetrics. “It’s really…read more