James Navarro, 52, is grateful to be alive after spending about 65 days and counting battling COVID-19 at Bothwell Regional Health Center.
The addition of three new women’s health practitioners means that women in the area now have more choices. Dr. Loraine (Lori) Nolla, Tracey Arwood, certified nurse midwife, and Leah Crouse, nurse practitioner, have joined Dr. Michael Carozza, Dr. David Oberkrom, and Megan Ray, nurse practiti…
An anesthesiologist at Bothwell Regional Health Center recently used his vacation time to care for critically ill patients suffering from COVID-19 near New York City.
In about one hour, Tracie Southerlin learned her heart score was zero and that her husband’s score was 3,540. In this case, bigger does not mean better.
Dr. Douglas Kiburz fits the description of a modern-day country doctor. As an orthopedic surgeon at Bothwell Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, he cares for patients with a continual eye on finding the newest treatments and technology. He also rides 1880 high wheel bikes, writes and performs…
Marsha Boeschen was 13 when her life changed forever after she found her father dead from a sudden heart attack. Little did she know then just how much heart disease would become a part of her life.
A new year brings new resolutions, leaving many people searching for a support system. Healthy U, a project of the Healthy Living Action Committee (HLAG), is kicking off its sixth annual Healthy U Couch to 5K program, providing an encouraging community for those looking to lead a healthier l…
February is American Heart Month, and Bothwell Regional Health Center and Bothwell Foundation have partnered to provide free cardiac calcium or heart score screenings Feb. 8 and 15.
According to the national Lions Club website, “being a Lion is about leading by example, building relationships and improving the world through kindness.” For the last eight years, Sedalia Lions Club members have been extending kindness in the form of bags filled with gifts for sick children…
Improved communication, collaboration and trust between the Pettis County Ambulance District and Bothwell Regional Health Center means better patient care for area residents.
What you eat today, walks and talks tomorrow. That’s a “sound bite” that Dr. Doug Kiburz, orthopedic surgeon, likes to use when counseling patients who are prepping for joint replacement surgery.
Thanksgiving is known as the biggest eating day in America, but right behind it is Super Bowl Sunday. Whether or not you’re a football fan, you probably have plans to attend a watch party, if not for the game then for the socializing and especially for the food.
“Need advice? The doctor is in.” The difference is this doctor is real and doesn’t charge 5 cents for nonsensical advice like Lucy did in the popular Peanuts comic strip by Charles Schulz.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, heart disease is the number one cause of death for both men and women in America. Each year, 647,000 people lose their lives to the disease, which in many cases is preventable or treatable.
The holidays are fast approaching, and if you don’t want to spend them sniffing or sneezing and suffering from the flu, then it’s time to get your flu vaccine.
For Dr. Michael Carozza, being an obstetrician and gynecologist is not just about helping women with their health care needs, it’s also about creating relationships. Carozza joined the Bothwell OB/GYN Associates team in late September and immediately began working on both.
By the end of the year, Bothwell Regional Health Center imaging technologists will begin providing level 2 or high-risk ultrasounds for pregnant women, which will allow them to stay in Sedalia for evaluation of a high-risk pregnancy.
The West Central Suicide Coalition, comprised of members from Katy Trail Community Health, Burrell Behavioral Health, Compass Health, DeFeet, Sedalia School District 200, and Bothwell Regional Health Center, has been working for more than a year on a comprehensive suicide intervention and pr…
With the availability of a stereotactic breast biopsy system in Sedalia, women facing abnormal mammograms no longer have to wait for weeks or leave the area for additional tests.
A new program is helping area businesses and industries with their occupational health and wellness needs by connecting their employees to health care services and education.
The Bothwell Foundation in partnership with Bothwell Regional Health Center and the Missouri Heart Center, will host a “Wear Red” luncheon on Friday, Feb. 28.