When Sharon Acra and her family moved to Columbia, she interviewed for a staff nurse position at three hospitals in the area. “Boone was the one that impressed me the most,” she says.
Our son Cooper was born at Boone Family Birthplace at 37 weeks on April 22, 2014 by emergency C-section and was in the ICN until the following Saturday, April 26.
My name is Darren Gabbert and I have an advanced form of muscular dystrophy.
Because of the medical expertise and outstanding patient care I received at Boone, I survived three pneumonias in 1993, 1995 and 1997. I had been blessed to be pneumonia free for over 15 years, until January of this year.
When you’re running a farm, you can’t let a little pain get in the way of a day’s work.
That’s what Lowell Woods thought five years ago as he was moving cattle from one pasture to another on the 1,300-acre farm he operates with his wife and son in Baring, Mo.
I had surgery on January 15, 2013 for an open abdominal aortic aneurysm repair. During my six day stay, I was assigned to the second, third and fifth floors on the new south tower.
The students spent dozens of hours making crafts and selling them to their peers before school this week. The hand-made items ranged in price from $1 bookmarks to $4 extra-large hair bows.
In her service as a nurse, Jeannie Grant goes above and beyond to care for each of her patients like they are members of her own family.
She often thinks back to the experience of taking care of her grandma before she passed away. “Now, I just try to take care of every patient as if they’re my grandma,” she said.
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