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Style Report: Pink Gets Edgy for Spring!

coach pink western rivets bag stylespygirlPink is the new black! But this ain’t your mama’s pink… Check out the new punky pink looks rebel princesses will be rocking this spring!

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Sophie and her Neonatologist: A NICU Success Story

Neonatologist Stewart Lawrence, M.D., was recently honored as a 2014 NICU Hero by Mead Johnson Nutrition and Hand to Hold, a national nonprofit Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Dr. Lawrence practices at Saint Alphonsus with Mountain States Neonatology, an affiliate … Continue reading

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Sisters Embrace the New in the Heart of Africa

Saint Alphonsus welcomes back Sisters Beth Mulvaney and Brenda Cousins who recently spent three weeks in Uganda. As elected delegates to the 2014 General Chapter of the Sisters of the Holy Cross, the Sisters traveled more than 14 hours and … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Idaho, and America!

I love the 4th of July! We are so blessed to live in a free country and I love the opportunity to celebrate our nation’s birthday.  It might be because I grew up as an ‘Army brat,’ living on post, … Continue reading

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Meet Me Monday: A 2 Year Recap

The 2nd anniversary of Meet Me Monday was celebrated June 9 with an enthusiastic crowd of 165 participants. Of course, the Orth family (Brian, Toni, and twins Taylor and Tyler) was on hand for their 104th Meet Me Monday in … Continue reading

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32nd Annual Capitol Classic

It was a splendid day for the 32nd annual Capitol Classic Children’s Race, the one-mile race from just below the Boise Train Depot to the Idaho State Capitol.  The sea of orange shirts was quite the sight as over 1,300 … Continue reading

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What’s Not to Love About Mondays?

I am always pleased when we can provide opportunities for better health and involve the whole community in doing so.  One of our fun programs to do just that is Meet Me Monday. I have asked Corey Surber, Director of … Continue reading

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Hospital & Healthcare Worker Week

This week is National Hospital and Healthcare Worker week, which provides a great opportunity to reflect on the impact hospitals and the people who deliver health care have on their communities. At Saint Alphonsus, we see our hospitals as more … Continue reading

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Nurses Week Appreciation

During Nurses Week, I would like to take the opportunity to celebrate and thank our nurses for their commitment, knowledge, and compassion.  As a former nurse myself, I recognize the significant contribution nurses provide to ensure the delivery of excellent … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer and Genetic Testing

A few nights ago, KTVB Channel 7 ran a story on Annie – one of Dr. Prier’s patients at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center.  At the age of 28, she faced a positive BRCA diagnosis, and had to make some … Continue reading

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