Registration is now open for Harrison County Community Hospital’s ninth annual Hospital Hill Fun Run & Walk, which will be held on Saturday, October 13, 2018. The Fun Run & Walk offers 1-mile and 2.5-mile routes through Bethany, both beginning at the hospital.
Harrison County Community Hospital has purchased a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine that will offer greater access to the test beginning in November.
Nikki Hendren, who directs Harrison County Community Hospital’s rehabilitation therapy department, recently completed a master of science degree in occupational therapy and passed the national certification exam.
Dr. Haroon Khalid, a specialist in allergies, asthma and immunology, will hold monthly clinics at Harrison County Community Hospital on the second Friday of each month beginning August 10.
Despite temperatures reaching into the nineties, a record number of golfers participated in Harrison County Community Hospital Foundation’s tenth annual golf fundraiser at the Bethany Country Club on July 13.
Bethany Medical Clinic, Harrison County Family Health Center and North Harrison Medical Clinic are launching a new appointment reminder system on July 16. The day before an appointment, patients will receive a reminder by phone, email or text message.
Harrison County Community Hospital Auxiliary recently purchased more than $1,600 in equipment for the hospital and its home health agency. “Through donations of equipment and by supporting the next generation of healthcare workers, our Auxiliary members truly are helping us care for the health of our communities,” said Tim Hill, the hospital's marketing director.
Harrison County Community Hospital will celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dr. Terry E. Hall's medical practice in Bethany with refreshments and an open house on Sunday, July 8.
Harrison County Community Hospital was honored for its patient safety efforts at a Missouri Hospital Association meeting in Columbia on June 7. The awards resulted from HCCH’s participation in the Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (HIIN), a nationwide effort to reduce preventable hospital readmissions and patient harm.
Two of Harrison County Community Hospital’s registered nurses recently earned certification to place peripherally inserted central catheters, commonly known as PICC lines.