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After-School program in Monument Valley helps youth fight diabetes through active life-styles - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Nine, 3/17/

Diabetes education and prevention at the UNHS Monument Valley Community Health Center is also focusing on students at Tse'bii'nidzisgai Elementary School with an after-school fitness program to encourage exercise and healthy life-styles for ...

UNHS economic impact on county is significant - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Nine, 3/17/16

For nearly 50 years, U.S. health centers have delivered comprehensive, high-quality preventive and primary health care to patients regardless of their ability to pay, becoming one of the largest safety net systems in the country. Utah Navajo Health ...

UNHS named among the nation's top non-profits - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Nine, 3/17/16

Utah Navajo Health System Inc. has been ranked 14th among the nation's 25 fastest growing non-profit organizations. According to the report on nonprofits from FindTheCompany, UNHS had total assets in 2014 of $32,636,077 with a Compound Annual ...

Local artist adds touch of local history & culture to Blue Mountain Hospital - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Nine, 3/17/16

When Blue Mountain Hospital first opened its doors in July of 2009, hospital administrators commissioned a painting to depict the history of the settlers of Blanding and the White Mesa area of San Juan County. Kelly Pugh, a Blanding native and ...

Studer Group training is paying dividends for BMH and UNHS - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Nine, 3/17/16

If you ask administrators at Blue Mountain Hospital or Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. to name a reason for the success of their organizations over the past year, they might just mention their partnership with the Studer Group®. BMH and UNHS have ...

Gear Up Your Greens - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Nine, 3/17/16

During the month of March we see green everywhere! Green isn't just a fun color to wear on St. Patrick's Day, it is also an important color in our food. Fruits and vegetables are colorful for different reasons, not only do they make food look ...

Blue Mountain Hospital passes recent Joint Commission survey with flying colors - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Nine, 3/17/16

For the second time in three years, Blue Mountain Hospital has been accredited by the Joint Commission and awarded the Commission's Gold Seal of Approval, following an intensive survey of the facility in January. According to BMH CEO Jeremy ...

Orthopedic Surgeon joins Blue Mountain Hospital team - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Nine, 3/17/16

Dr. John LeBlanc DO, an Orthopedic Surgeon, who has practiced in Arcata, California for more than a decade, has agreed to become the newest member of the Blue Mountain Hospital surgical team. Dr. LeBlanc was born in Bakersfield, California but spent ...

Kay Shumway's photos bring beauty of San Juan to BMH - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Eight, 2/18/16

When Kay Shumway retired from his position as a Dean at the College of Eastern Utah-Blanding Campus he had no intention of becoming a well-known landscape photographer, re- nowned for capturing the beauty of San Juan County. Shumway said his original ...

Navajo Mountain Clinic gets face lift in preparation for upcoming JC visit - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Eight, 2/18/16

The administration and staff at Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. have been busy preparing for the much-anticipated visit from the Joint Commission inspectors. These preparations have included not only medical and clerical preparations, but an emphasis ...

Tele-urology is latest in Tele-medicine offerings at UNHS and BMH - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Eight, 2/18/16

In an effort to continue providing our patients with the finest in health care, Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. has expanded its tele-medicine arsenal with University of Utah Health Care to include tele-urology. According to UNHS Medical Director, ...

Let's face the fat - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Eight, 2/18/16

Fats have a not-so-good reputation. In general, fats are thought to literally cause "fat" on our bodies and clog our arteries to the point of causing a heart attack. There is truth to those scenarios, but there is more to fat than the ...

Vitamin C and the common cold - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Seven, 1/21/16

With cold and flu season underway some may be suffering from a long lasting cold and others might be trying to fight off the virus. Vitamin C has long claimed to be the number one antioxidant associated with fighting off the common cold. Does taking ...

Jamie Harvey takes reign as new UNHS Board Chairman - Volume Three, Number Seven, 01/21/16

The outlook for Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. is bright for the coming year and the new Chairman of the UNHS Board of Directors is optimistic that the best days for UNHS are ahead. Jamie Harvey has been a member of the UNHS Board of Directors since ...

New technology will benefit UNHS dental patients - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, 01/21/16

You've seen commercials for 'Same Day Loans', 'Same Day Bathrooms', "Same Day Delivery' and in Chicago they even have a 'Same Day Cafe', and now the UNHS Dental Department is able to offer 'Same Day ...

New UNHS Provider home at UNHS MVC - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Seven, 1/21/16

The newest addition to the UNHS Community Health Center in Monument Valley is a modular duplex home that will be used as housing for providers at the clinic. Crews have been working on the project for a month and they expected to have the home ...

2015 Banner Year for BMH & UNHS - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Six, 12/17/16

To paraphrase an old Frank Sinatra song, 2015 was a very good year. Blue Mountain Hospital and Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. had their best years ever in 2015 and all indications point to another happy new year in 2016. BMH CEO Jeremy Lyman and ...

RESEP Program still offers help to radiation victims - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Six, 12/17/16s

After thirteen years of helping those who have suffered from radiation exposure, the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) and the Radiation Exposure Screening and Education Pro- gram (RESEP) continue to offer assistance through Utah Navajo ...

Burdett Shumway is BMH Employee of the Year - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Six, 12/17/15

Perhaps the only person in the room that was surprised to hear Burdette Shumway's name called as the Blue Mountain Hospital Employee of the Year for 2015 was Burdette, himself. The announcement was made on December 10, during the hospital's ...

Occasionally indulging - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Six, 12/17/16

You can occasionally indulge, right? What do you do when an occasional indulgence becomes not so occasional? Hopefully you are trying to eat healthy and your day to day menu reflects your good efforts. We all tend to splurge a little for special ...

Is magnesium the latest miracle supplement? - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Five, 11/12/15

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the human body and may be more important than previously realized. Magnesium is getting a lot of attention in the medical nutrition therapy arena due to increased understanding of its role in heart ...

UNHS celebrates fifteen-year anniversary - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Five, 11/12/15

More than 1,000 residents from around San Juan County joined Utah Navajo Health System administrators and staff in their Fifteen-Year Anniversary Celebration on October 9 in Montezuma Creek. When UNHS first opened its doors with a single clinic in ...

Zombie Run was Halloween hit - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Five, 11/12/15

Halloween in Blanding might never be the same after last weekend's First Annual Zombie Run! 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run transformed some of the city's streets, including the street in front of Blue Mountain Hospital into an enormous spook alley! ...

Training is key for UNHS EMS and UNHS staff - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Four, 10/8/15

The EMS program at Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. continues to be one of the top volunteer paid EMS organizations in the region, and continuing education and training are major contributors to that success. Through courses like Advanced Cardiac Life ...

Fitness program promotes active, health lifestyles - Medically Speaking, Volume Three, Number Four, 10/8/15

Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. is offering free fitness classes this fall at Whitehorse High School for those who wish to participate in an organized exercise program and keep active. According to Lauren Hannibal, UNHS Nutrition-ist/Dietitian and ...
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