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Bothwell Regional Health Center Joins Collaborative Network in Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Bothwell Regional Health Center in Sedalia, Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City, Hannibal Regional Healthcare System, Lake Regional Health System in Osage Beach and University of Missouri Health Care in Columbia have formed a collaborative network to improve access and better coordinate health care for patients in the communities they serve

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Inside of BRHC Chapel (courtesy of BRHC)

Donors Fund New Bothwell Regional Health Center Chapel

The month of June carries a poignant significance for Connie McLaughlin. It’s the birth month of her husband Bill McLaughlin, as well as the month in which he died.

When Bill McLaughlin, who would have been 81 on June 15, died on June 28 of last year following a lengthy battle with heart disease, stroke and cancer, Connie wanted to do something special to honor his memory

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Bothwell Regional Health Center CEO John Dawes Wins American Hospital Association Grassroots Champion Award

John Dawes, president and chief executive officer of Bothwell Regional Health Center, was recently awarded the American Hospital Association (AHA) Grassroots Champion Award for the state of Missouri.

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CASA Walk to Courthouse Will Raise Awareness for Sexual Assault

The group Citizens Against Spousal Abuse is recognizing Sexual Assault Awareness month with a walk this Thursday, April 24 in Sedalia.

CASA's mission is to empower domestic and sexual violence survivors to regain control of their lives through education, advocacy, and coordination of community resources. CASA is committed to providing safe temporary shelter,

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Gov. Jay Nixon at Bothwell Regional Health Center on April 9, 2014.

Gov. Jay Nixon Discusses Medicaid Reform and Expansion at Bothwell Regional Health Center

Sedalia, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon visited Bothwell Regional Health Center in Sedalia today (April 9) to call on legislators to prevent further damage to the economy and stop flow of taxpayer dollars to other states as a result of the General Assembly’s inaction on Medicaid.

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Warsaw Trivia Contest Will Raise Money for Local Cancer Patients [INTERVIEW]

Trivia is one of those strange, delightful things that you never realize you know until tested.  You might not remember which movie won Best Picture in 1976 until someone asks (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest,  just so you know).  And now, you can utilize all that long forgotten knowledge that still lingers in your brain with the fine folks at the Quizzing for a Cure trivia contest, planned for Saturday, April 5, at the John Boise Middle School in Warsaw.

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Quizzing for a Cure Trivia Contest Returning to Warsaw Schools, Benefiting Cancer Patients

Everybody loves a good trivia contest. And I'm not just saying that because I cruelly defeat my boyfriend every single time we play trivia games - it's because it's fun. That's why the great folks in Warsaw have this event planned, all to benefit a great cause. The Third Annual Quizzing for a Cure trivia contest is planned for Saturday, April 5, at the John Boise Middle School in Warsaw.

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Healthy U Participants Inspire Sedalia to Get Healthier [INTERVIEW]

Healthy U is a fun, interactive journey to improved health, wellness and balance for students. With engaging programs, motivating challenges and great rewards, the campaign utilizes personalized program guidance for students of all health and fitness levels.  This challenge has been designed for all types of students to participate.

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Sedalia Gets Moving with Bothwell Regional Health Center’s Couch to 5K Challenge [INTERVIEW]

Community members looking for motivation to get or stay active this spring will want to sign up for Healthy U’s second annual Couch to 5K program with Bothwell Regional Health Center.

Healthy U, a community health and wellness initiative, will host a kick-off meeting at 6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 27, at the Bothwell Education Center. Information about the program and training schedules will be distributed at the meeting. The program is free and open to the public, but registration is required. The deadline to register for the Couch to 5K is March 3.

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Bothwell Regional Health Center Educates New Parents in Sedalia

I know that a lot of you out there have had some babies over the years.  One, two, nine, what have you - babies are freggin' everywhere. As they say, raising kids doesn't come with a manual... OR DOES IT? Bothwell has some classes you can take coming up so you're not completely clueless when there's a baby in your life!

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