Boone Memorial Hospital Employees host Spring Clean event

Hospital Employees at Boone Memorial hosted the 2nd Annual Spring Clean during the week of April 22nd - April 26th. Chief Operating Officer, Mark Linville, came up with the idea last year. "I thought it would be a good way to keep our hospital looking vibrant and new, just like the day we opened in 2016. Plus it's a great morale booster and promotes teamwork. Several departments came together to make the event a success," said Linville. A few projects consisted of power washing, painting, mulching, planting shrubs and flowers, scrubbing down walls and light fixtures, and more. Employees who contributed at least 2 hours or more were entered to win $50 gift cards and a 65" Television. Winners

Ramage Elementary students learn about medical careers at Boone Memorial

On Tuesday, April 23rd, approximately 40, fifth grade students from Ramage Elementary School visited Boone Memorial Hospital. Students were placed in two separate groups and led on a one-hour tour throughout the facility by Human Resource Director, Kelley Epling and Marketing and Public Relations Director, Karlie Belle Price. "The students were very well behaved and respectful throughout the entire tour," said Price. "We enjoyed having them." A staff representative from each department spent a few minutes sharing college/certification requirements, salary expectations, career benefits, as well as challenges of their position. Departmental stops included Laboratory, Radiology, Sports Medicine

BMH Welcomes Executive Director of Ancillary Services, Angie Christian

Angie Christian joined the Administrative Team at Boone Memorial Hospital on March 4, 2019 as the Executive Director of Ancillary Services. She will direct all aspects of Inpatient Pharmacy, Laboratory, Physical Therapy, Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Infusion, Respiratory Therapy, Cardiac Rehabilitation, and Dietary. Prior to coming to Boone Memorial Hospital, Angie was the Vice President of Nursing for a national infusion company and previously a Regional General Manager overseeing two of its pharmacies. In addition, she has experience working as a private nurse for a cardiology practice and as a hospital staff nurse in the emergency room, operating room, and on the post cardiac catheterizat

Local organ recipient shares story at BMH CORE Flag Raising of beating the odds when given 48 hours

Tekisha Eubanks, 28, of Chapmanville West Virginia was the key note speaker at Boone Memorial Hospital's CORE Flag Raising Ceremony held Thursday, April 11th. CORE (Center for Organ Recovery & Education) events take place across the United States each year in April to celebrate Donate Life Month. This past year, Tekisha was given mere hours to live. "I was told I needed a liver within 48 hours or I was going to die," said Tekisha. It all began in September of 2018 when she was treated for a bad gallbladder. "I had already been seen by a surgeon and was scheduled for the removal of my gallbladder. On the day of my surgery I was fully prepped, IVs in place and ready to go. My surgeon came in,

Boone Memorial Hospital Board of Directors Pledges $250K to fight addiction

At its February meeting, Boone Memorial Hospital Board of Directors pledged two-hundred and fifty thousand dollars to combat the addiction epidemic in rural West Virginia. “Part of our mission is to promote wellness and health to benefit the community at-large,” said Board President Bob Brown. “We feel it’s important and necessary for Boone Memorial Hospital to uphold its mission by becoming a key player in the fight against addiction.” Success of the hospital’s current 340B Drug Discount Program, implemented in 2012, allowed the facility to make the two-hundred and fifty thousand dollar pledge. The 340B Drug Discount Program is a US federal government program that requires drug manufacturer

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2020 BMH Events
*Calendar is updated monthly
*Click on the links underlined in blue to learn more about each event

April

23       

CORE Month (Centers for Organ

Recovery and Education) 

(CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19)   

 

May

29th     

Golf Tournament (CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19)

30th     

Reverse Auction Benefit Dinner                (CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19)

July

COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing Clinic

August

Walk-in Clinic temporarily moved to State Street, Madison

*Ongoing

COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing Clinic

           

October

*Ongoing

COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing Clinic

13th, 15th, 17th

Drive Thru Flu Shot Clinic     
Location: BMH Campus: Main Entrance

23rd & 24th

FREE Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing Clinic 

Location: Magic Mart Lot (Danville)

TEST RESULTS INFORMATION

October (throughout the month):

- 1/2 Price Mammograms

- Prize Drawing for mammograms

- BMH Goes Pink

ANNUAL HEALTH FAIR CANCELLED

November

TBD     

BMH co-sponsors In Action 

Thanksgiving Dinner (Scott High 

School Site). Volunteers welcome.

 

December

TBD       

Christmas Spirit Events led by hospital employees (caroling,

angel tree, read aloud & more)

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