MEEKER I “Our goal is to maximize all of our resources to provide the best healthcare at our Meeker campus,” Ken Harman, Pioneers Medical Center (PMC) CEO said. “We are excited to announce the arrival […]
A combined effort, spearheaded by White River Electric Association, with Pioneers Medical Center and the Meeker Volunteer Fire and Rescue has allowed for the purchase of 4 AED (automated external defibrillator) units for the Meeker […]
With a state of the art computer-driven biofeedback system, pelvic floor electrical stimulation unit and a specifically designed exercise program from a qualified physical therapist, local help is now available for issues with urinary incontinence, […]
MEEKER I Pioneers Medical Center, thanks to the support of local businesses and individuals, awarded $7,300 in scholarships
MEEKER I Pioneers Medical Center Home Health will offer its monthly Foot Clinic Tuesday, March 23 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Pines Apartments. A registered nurse and certified nurse assistant will trim […]
MEEKER I Pioneers Medical Center is stepping up its recruiting efforts to fill two positions on the medical staff. The positions were formerly held by Drs. Victor Mihal and Branch Bullard.
MEEKER — Pioneers Medical Center Home Health will be offering its monthly foot clinic on Tuesday, April 28 from 10-11 a.m. at the 200 Main St. (Fairfield Center).
MEEKER — Patients and physicians at Pioneers Medical Center can now access the latest diagnostic imaging technology for CT (computed tomography) scanners.
MEEKER — Meeker’s Board of Trustees has designated the second meeting of every month as a “workshop” time for discussion concerning major town projects. The workshops are open to the public. For February 17, the […]
Longtime Meeker sheep rancher Tom Theos, 89, died Feb. 24, 2009, at Pioneers Medical Center in Meeker. Funeral arrangements are pending, and friends are asked to call Cochran Memorial Chapel at 878-5722 for service details. […]
RBC — While funding required to maintain the levels of service provided by local governments may be decreasing, the needs aren’t.