St. Vincent Healthcare
St. Vincent Healthcare is offering a free informational seminar for anyone interested in learning more about the "Freedom From Smoking," cessation program and low-dose CT lung cancer screening options.
They knew Dusty was getting better when she started singing again.
Dear Dr. Baskett: I am worried about my weight loss during the holidays. What can I do?
A patient is wheeled through Billings Clinic's hectic Emergency and Trauma Center.
Rikki Rumph, clinical coordinator for the Billings Clinic Emergency and Trauma Center, talks with a colleague in Billings Clinic's busy Emergency and Trauma Center.
Scott Miller carries equipment from the St. Vincent H.E.L.P. (Helicopter Emergency Lifesaving Program) Flight helicopter after a recent patient transportation mission.
Pat Miller, of Billings, meets with Dr. Jason Fitzgerald after her minimally invasive aortic valve replacement.
Susan McCaughey can monitor her son’s blood sugar levels from home with advanced technology.
Seven-year-old Owen McCaughey wears a medical bracelet stating he has diabetes.
Seven-year-old Owen McCaughey shows the monitor and delivery system used to control his Type 1 diabetes with his mother, Susan.
Dr. Sharon Zemel
Even though they take every chance they can to spend time with their newborn son, Khalen, at St. Vincent Healthcare’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) since his birth in late September, Nick and Kyrsten Bronson can’t always be there.
A man traveling westbound on Interstate 90 in a red pickup left the roadway for unknown reasons and crashed into the side of the Hampton Inn at 5110 Southgate Drive on Thursday morning.
A Bismarck, N.D., man shot by a Sidney police officer last Friday is recovering at St. Vincent Healthcare and was in fair condition on Wednesday afternoon.
Jessi Clavadetscher visits her preterm son, Grant, with nurse Jessica Baker in the neonatal intensive care unit at St. Vincent Healthcare on Wednesday morning. Grant was born weighing 3 pounds, 13 ounces on Oct. 30.
Walter Runsabove, right, West High School Home to School coordinator, and Brad Hawley, PACS administrator, help students Devin Oleyte, left, and Ethan Birdinground arrange tepee poles on Monday in the courtyard of St. Vincent Healthcare. The tepee is being assembled for American Indian Herit…
Patti Jo Johnston, a registered nurse and organ recovery coordinator at St. Vincent Healthcare, shows one of the quilts given to family members of organ donors in the hospital’s ICU. One block on the quilt (not shown) is white fabric on which a hand print of the donor can be painted.
Ceramic hearts for making jewelry are among items given to families of organ donors.
Rogers Ssembatya’s story is complicated.
Dear Dr. Baskett: I have been losing weight and am trying not to snack during the day, but I find that I get so tired in the early afternoon; it is hard for me to stay awake at work. What can I do?