Salads, hot meals, pie, snacks, coffee, ice cream — there many wonderful things at the Boone Hospital Center cafeteria. But one of the best things about the cafeteria is that Maddy Norvell works there.
A big fan of the Mizzou Tigers, Lisa Tribble of Unionville had long held plans to attend the university’s Homecoming festivities this year.
However, Homecoming is taking on a new significance as Lisa will be named the Homecoming game’s honorary captain, representing cancer patients at Boone Hospital’s Stewart Cancer Center.
Coming to the hospital for a surgery creates anxiety for many patients, especially first-timers.
Fortunately, Boone Hospital Center has nurses like Joni Cupp to help make patients feel comfortable and put their fears at ease.
One night last year, Aaron Buran had a revelation while watching a UFC fight on television.
It was a heavyweight bout featuring the sport’s strongest hulking fighters. Despite their size, Aaron was surprised to discover he was actually larger than all of them. The weight class tops out at 265 pounds — he weighed 266.
Cheryl Long has a detail-oriented mind and a knack for multitasking.
“I’ve always been a tinkerer and I’ve always loved looking for things to do,” she said.
Something is moving across Mid-Missouri this summer. Thousands of little feet are counting up the miles as 1,091 kids run, walk, bike and even skip an entire marathon.
As she helps patients recover from heart surgery, registered nurse Marla Jones enjoys watching them regain strength and learn to live healthier lives.
Boone Hospital Center and the Columbia Daily Tribune would like to announce a new arrival coming in June — the first annual Hello, Baby! Expo.
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