St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation
Treatments for some patients at the St. Vincent Healthcare Frontier Cancer Center could by Aug. 1 not only get much easier and less intrusive, but also a lot quicker.
During the last recession, almost no one was building apartments in Billings. But, over the last three years, construction of rental housing has really taken off.
More than 100 St. Vincent Healthcare staff and friends said goodbye Thursday to a beloved president and chief executive officer and welcomed the man who will succeed him on Monday.
Eat five servings of fruits and vegetables every day. Limit screen time to two hours per day. Participate in one hour of physical activity each day. Steer clear of sugary drinks.
As a teenager, Peter Yegen III helped trail dozens of bulls from his granddad’s ranch, now part of the Peter Yegen Jr. Golf Club, up Zimmerman Trail.
In collaboration with Billings Title 1 elementary schools, the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation has received a grant to help combat childhood obesity through running clubs. The grant from Saucony and the Saucony Run for Good Foundation provides needed running gear for students participating…
Last December, all Stephanie Gold wanted was to come home for Christmas.
SAINTS success. The annual SAINTS fundraiser for St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation drew a sell-out crowd of more than 1,000 to an evening featuring an auction, dinner and dance. Proceeds will benefit growing pediatric specialty care services at St. Vincent hospital.
Continuing to build upon the many successful Healthy By Design initiatives, Heather R. Fink has been hired as the community health improvement coordinator.
Scraped knees and elbows, bruises and scabs are a rite of passage for most 6-year-old boys.
Two leaders of St. Vincent Healthcare sat down with U.S. Sen. Jon Tester on Wednesday and aired their concerns about how looming cuts to federal health care funding could impact Montana hospitals.
As St. Vincent Healthcare continues assembling a stable of pediatric specialists, it is positioning itself to build what one day could be called the Montana-Northern Wyoming Children’s Hospital.
Nine-year-old Lydia Phillips had one reaction when her soccer coach advised players they should perform 100 toe touches and run two miles every day to get in shape for the season: “I can’t do this!”
St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation has kicked off a $3.8 million project to install water, sewer and other improvements on half of its land at King Avenue West and Shiloh Road.
St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation will use a $5.2 million grant to expand the cancer services of the Big Horn Basin Regional Cancer Center in Cody.
Winners of the 2012 Roche Jaune Awards for Business Excellence have been named and were set to be announced Thursday at the Billings Depot.
As the weather turns cooler, an effort by Called to Serve to keep Montana families warm gave away hundreds of brand new coats Saturday morning to Head Start families.
One of the biggest and fanciest parties in Montana is coming up Saturday night.
The first phase of St. Vincent Healthcare’s remodeling of its Orthopedic Center for Excellence was unveiled Wednesday.
A sea of lime-green T-shirts flowed down North 30th Street after the 5K runners in Saturday morning’s Heart and Sole took off.