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  • It’s Here: State-of-the-Art PET-CT

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Jul 05, 2017

    Imaging technology that both measures how quickly a tumor is growing and pinpoints its exact location is now available to residents of Yavapai County at Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) East in Prescott Valley.

    "This is the most advanced imaging technology of its kind available,” said Mary Sterling, YRMC’s Director of Imaging Services.

    The “Time-of-Flight” (TOF) technology, as it’s called, combines Positron Emission Tomography and Computed Tomography (PET-CT) in a single imaging unit. The job of the PET scan is to detect molecular activity within the body for diagnosis of cancer and other diseases. The CT scan precisely locates the cancer.

    A remodeled area adjacent to Imaging Services on the first floor of YRMC East in Prescott Valley is home to the new PET/CT unit. It includes a room with comfortable chairs and blankets, where patients can relax before their examinations.

    “PET is a nuclear medicine procedure,” said Sterling. “This means patients receive a small amount of radiation called a radioisotope before exams. They need a comfortable place to relax for an hour before the procedure. This helps us to get the best scan possible.”

    During its first year at YRMC East, the PET-CT technology will be used to:
    • Diagnose and stage all types of cancers.
    • Monitor treatment progress in patients who have undergone radiation therapy or chemotherapy.

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  • The BreastCare Center at Yavapai Regional Medical Center Asks: Are You Tough Enough to Wear Pink?

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Jun 12, 2017

    Prescott Frontier Days®, Inc. – host of the World’s Oldest Rodeo® – and Wrangler’s® Tough Enough to Wear Pinkä initiative recently presented The BreastCare Center at YRMC with a $2,500 donation.

    “We’re thankful for this generous gift,” said John Amos, President and Chief Executive Officer, YRMC. “Thanks in part to the widespread community support we are making progress in the battle against breast cancer. The most recent studies by the National Institutes of Health and National Cancer Institute indicate a significant decrease in the breast cancer mortality rate in Yavapai County.”

    Tough Enough to Wear Pink was founded in 2004 to support rodeos – like Prescott’s World’s Oldest Rodeo – as they raise funds for community organizations dedicated to preventing, detecting and treating breast cancer, such as The BreastCare Center at YRMC.

    As part of their fundraising efforts in 2016 Prescott Frontier Days sponsored a booth where rodeo attendees purchased Tough Enough to Wear Pink t-shirts, bracelets, bags, hats and other items.

    Additionally, on June 3, 2017 Prescott Frontier Days sponsored a dinner and a silent auction at the Freeman Building on the Prescott Rodeo Grounds. Proceeds from the event – combined with sales from the Tough Enough to Wear Pink booth – will be used to help refurbish patient waiting and treatment areas at The BreastCare Center at YRMC.

    “Our community is fortunate to have The BreastCare Center at YRMC,” said Mary Ann Suttles, Prescott Frontier Days Board of Directors. “Prescott Frontier Days and Wrangler are pleased to support the outstanding care delivered at the Center. For more information about Prescott Frontier Days and this year’s Wrangler/Tough Enough to Wear Pink June 29 program, contact the Prescott Frontier Days office at (928) 445-3103.


  • YRMC Schedules Annual Meeting for Thursday, April 27, 2017

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Mar 29, 2017

    The Yavapai Community Hospital Association, which does business and operates as Yavapai Regional Medical Center, will hold its annual meeting on Thursday, April 27, beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the Spruce Room on the Campus of YRMC West in Prescott. The public is invited to attend.

    The purpose of YRMC’s annual meeting is to summarize the hospital’s achievements during the previous calendar year.

    • Greg Lazzell will present the Council of Electors’ Report and will Introduce New and Reappointed Trustees.
    • Paula Kneisl will present the Chairman of the Board of Trustees’ Report.
    • Larry Owens, MD, Chief of Staff, will present the President of the Medical Staff’s Report.
    • Nancy Thomes will present the Director of Volunteers’ Report.
    • John Amos will present the President and Chief Executive Officer’s Report.
    • In addition, two Yavapai Community Hospital Association members will be elected to one-year terms on the Council of Electors.

    Copies of YRMC’s 2016 Annual Report will be presented to members of the Board of Trustees and made available to members of the public.

    For more information on Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s annual meeting, contact the Administration Office at (928) 771-5676.

  • Bioresorbable Heart Stent Opens Patients’ Arteries and Options

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Dec 19, 2016

    Making something disappear may seem like magic, but heart specialists at Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) know the dissolving heart stent is all about science.

    Introduced by medical device developer Abbott, Absorb is the only fully dissolving – or bioresorbable – stent approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of coronary artery disease. While most heart stents are metal, this first-of-its-kind stent is made of a naturally dissolving material.

    “Yavapai Regional Medical Center is proud to be among the first hospitals in Arizona to make this revolutionary device available to our heart patients,” said John Amos, YRMC’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “This is another example of innovation and leadership by the exceptional team at The James Family Heart Center at YRMC.”

    Stents – small mesh tubes – are used to open blocked arteries in the heart. These stents help restore blood flow and reduce the chance of a heart attack. YRMC cardiothoracic surgeons and interventional cardiologists place stents into clogged arteries using balloon catheters. The heart specialist inflates the balloon, which expands the stent. Once it’s locked in place, a stent allows blood to flow through previously clogged arteries.

    “People are familiar with dissolving sutures,” said Anthony V. Torres, MD, YRMC’s Chief Medical Officer. “The bioresorbable stent uses the same principle but at a more sophisticated level. The bioresorbable stent is a temporary scaffold that opens clogged arteries in the heart and resorbs over time.”

    Previously, only permanently placed metal stents were available. The bioresorbable stent is made to disappear completely in approximately three years, after it has done its job of keeping a clogged artery open and promoting healing of the treated artery segment.

    Heart specialists will continue using permanent metal stents to open obstructed arteries. However, for people with certain kinds of heart disease, and whose bodies metabolize cholesterol differently, the bioresorbable stent provides another option. This is welcome news for many Arizonans as the American Heart Association ranks heart disease as the second leading cause of death in the state.

    Want to find out if you’re eligible for the bioresorbable stent? Ask your primary care physician or cardiologist. If you don’t have a physician, contact the YRMC Physician Referral Service at (928) 771-5106, visit us online (www.yrmc.org/find-a-doctor) or contact the outstanding cardiologists at YRMC PhysicianCare Cardiology (www.yrmcpc.org) in one of our two Prescott locations – (928) 445-6025 or (928) 778-0309 – or our Prescott Valley location at (928) 442-8117.

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  • YRMC Launches Revolutionary Heart Procedure

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Oct 31, 2016

    TAVR is “Life Altering” for People with Advanced Aortic Valve Disease

    In November, cardiac care in northern and central Arizona takes a major leap forward with the introduction of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) at The James Family Heart Center at Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) West.

    “TAVR is a significant milestone on many levels,” said Pierre Tibi, MD, Cardiothoracic Surgeon and Medical Director, The James Family Heart Center at YRMC West. “It’s life altering for people who are not eligible for traditional valve replacement surgery due to their complex medical status. It’s also important because it expands and elevates healthcare throughout our region.”

    Valve replacement surgery – considered the gold standard for treating heart valve disease by cardiothoracic surgeons – is an open heart procedure during which the chest is surgically separated. TAVR, however, is performed through extremely small openings that leave the chest bones in place. While valve replacement surgery typically requires a seven-day hospitalization, people undergoing TAVR are usually hospitalized for three days and back to a normal routine soon after.

    “We’re introducing TAVR at exactly the right time,” Dr. Tibi said. “We didn’t want to adopt it before it was determined to be a technique that had merit. We also didn’t want people leaving the community for the procedure.”

    TAVR procedures will be performed in YRMC’s recently opened Hybrid Operating Room, considered to be among the finest in the nation. In the Hybrid OR, James Family Heart Center heart specialists diagnose patients using permanently integrated imaging equipment. Immediately following the diagnosis, they are able to perform a non-invasive, therapeutic procedure. The Hybrid OR also can convert to a state-of-the-art operating suite. This allows a seamless transition to a fully functional surgical suite without moving the patient.

    “YRMC’s leadership made a substantial investment in the Hybrid Operating Room,” said John Amos, Chief Executive Officer, YRMC. “Because of the vision of Dr. Tibi, our medical staff and YRMC’s Board of Directors, as well as the support of the YRMC Foundation and our community, we have all of the tools in place for TAVR.”

    During minimally invasive TAVR procedures in the Hybrid OR, specially trained YRMC interventionalists and surgeons will repair the aortic valve without removing the old, damaged valve. Instead, they will insert a replacement valve into the aortic valve’s place. Once the new valve is expanded, it will push the old valve leaflets out of the way and the tissue in the replacement valve will take over the job of regulating blood flow. This process is somewhat similar to stent replacement as TAVR uses a catheter to deliver a fully collapsible replacement valve to the valve site.

    Who is eligible for TAVR? The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) currently recommends TAVR for people considered too high risk for traditional valve replacement surgery. For that reason, most TAVR candidates are in their 70s or 80s and often have other complicating medical conditions, such as diabetes or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

    “Eventually, TAVR likely will be expanded to include people considered less high risk,” Dr. Tibi said.

    The introduction of TAVR at The James Family Heart Center is supported by an expansion of YRMC’s Heart Program. Over the past several years, YRMC PhysicianCare Cardiology has grown to include a cardiac electrophysiologist and three new cardiologists.

    “I’m impressed by the quality of physicians, nurses and other healthcare providers in our Heart Program,” said Dr. Tibi, who moved to the Prescott area from Phoenix in 2009 to help establish The James Family Heart Center. “I’ve watched the development of heart programs throughout Arizona for years. YRMC’s is the most stable and steadily growing program that’s been started in the past 15 years.”

    For more information about TAVR at YRMC visit www.yrmc.org/services/james-family-heart-center/faqs

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  • Hats Off to Prescott Frontier Days and Wrangler’s Tough Enough to Wear Pink for Their Support of The BreastCare Center at YRMC

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Oct 24, 2016
    Prescott Frontier Days, Inc. – host of the World’s Oldest Rodeo – and its partnership with Wrangler’s Tough Enough to Wear Pink initiative recently donated $2,000 to The BreastCare Center at YRMC.

    Founded in 2004, Tough Enough to Wear Pink supports rodeos - like Prescott’s World’s Oldest Rodeo - as they raise funds for community organizations dedicated to preventing, detecting and treating breast cancer, such as The BreastCare Center at YRMC.

    On May 14, Prescott Frontier Days sponsored a dinner and silent auction at the Freeman Building on the Prescott Rodeo Grounds. Proceeds from this sold-out event combined with sales of Tough Enough to Wear Pink items sold throughout the Rodeo were donated to the BreastCare Center at YRMC.

     “These donated funds help women throughout our communities to receive essential mammography services at the BreastCare Center,” said YRMC BreastCare Center Director, Nancy Ledoyen. “The funds are also used to assist our patients who have difficulty securing transportation to physician appointments and treatments and at times to buy groceries.”

    “Everybody knows a survivor, a family member or friend fighting the disease or has lost a loved one to breast cancer,” said Mary Ann Suttles, Director, Prescott Frontier Days. “We wanted to do something lasting with the Wrangler funds here in our community so we have partnered with the outstanding staff and physicians at YRMC’s BreastCare Center to help advance breast health.” 

  • Yavapai Regional Medical Center Reaches Agreement in Principle with U.S. Department of Justice

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Oct 05, 2016
    Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) recently finalized an agreement in principle to settle with the U.S. Department of Justice regarding allegations that YRMC failed to repay the federal government for alleged overpayments that were caused by an error in its Medicare Cost Reports.  The cost reports at issue were for fiscal years 2006 through 2009 during the tenure of YRMC’s former Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer. 

    Hospital spokeswoman, Robbie Nicol, said, “As soon as we knew of this allegation on July 20, 2016, we immediately took action and, working collaboratively with the federal government, we were able to quickly reach an agreement in principle to resolve the issue.  Neither YRMC nor any of its current or former employees admitted any wrongdoing, nor has the government asked us to do so.”

    Nicol continued by saying, “It’s very important to emphasize that the allegations were not related to the quality or type of care provided to patients.”

    Nicol also said, “It is equally essential to emphasize that the error did not affect any Medicare patient’s individual out-of-pocket costs for deductibles, co-pays, etc.  The error had already been corrected in 2010, which is long before the recent notification we received from the government.”

    YRMC has cooperated fully with the federal government’s investigation and the parties have reached an agreement in principle on a settlement of $5,850,000.  The settlement is a one-time cost.

    YRMC agreed to settle with the government to avoid the costly burden of a lawsuit. This settlement allows YRMC to devote its undivided attention to providing quality care to the residents of our entire community.

    Nicol said, “This matter is certainly no reflection at all on the outstanding patient care our YRMC staff provides nor is it a reflection on the hundreds of other staff members whose roles are to support patient care.  YRMC staff members are dedicated to their patients and their work.  They take great pride on the impact they have in the lives of people throughout our wonderful community.”

    Nicol added, “All of us in the YRMC Family are honored to work in healthcare and fulfill YRMC’s Mission.  We touch lives every single day.  It’s a privilege to work with all the people here and I’m proud of everyone’s dedication and professionalism.”

     

  • Wells Fargo Provides Generous Support for YRMC’s Partners for Healthy Students

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Sep 02, 2016

    Robbie Nicol, Executive Director of the Yavapai Regional Medical Center Foundation, announced the Foundation’s receipt of a $15,000 donation from Wells Fargo. This donation will support Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s Partners for Healthy Students program. In 2015, the program’s School-Based Kids Health Clinics and the Mobile Kids Health Clinic provided no-cost health services to uninsured and underinsured children through more than 1,300 visits.

    This program, now in its 17th year, is a great example of YRMC’s expanded view of health. “While health will always be associated with healthcare, at YRMC we believe it also extends to family, school, work and community life,” said Nicol. “Through our Partners for Healthy Students program we help children stay healthy and in the classroom where they are active and alert and striving to achieve academic excellence.” 

    “Strengthening the communities we serve for current and future generations is at the core of Wells Fargo’s Vision and Values,” said David Dinerman, Wells Fargo Business Relationship Manager. “Through strategic relationships with outstanding nonprofit organizations such as Yavapai Regional Medical Center and investments in worthy programs such as Partners for Healthy Students, we’re creating solutions that strengthen people, families, and communities.” 

    “We are extremely grateful to Wells Fargo for their continued support,” said Amy Negovan, CPNP, Program Director, Partners for Healthy Students. “We can’t eliminate illness, but we can and do foster health. Our program positively impacts children, their parents, their teachers, and their fellow students every day. We are honored to provide these important services for our community.”

    The YRMC Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that raises charitable support for Yavapai Regional Medical Center programs, facilities, and healthcare services.

  • YRMC East Celebrates 10 Years of Excellence

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | May 16, 2016

    Prescott Valley Campus Launched Medical Hub

    Turn back the calendar 10 years and you’ll see the Human Genome Project was publishing the final chromosome sequence in Nature…Daniel Powter’s song “Bad Day” was heading for platinum status…and people were slipping their feet into brightly colored clogs called Crocs.

    In May 2006, Western Yavapai County residents – especially those in the Prescott Valley area – were celebrating the opening of Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) East. The hospital welcomed its first patient on May 15, 2006 and has been growing ever since.

    “YRMC East has experienced both incredible growth and tremendous support since opening 10 years ago,” said John Amos, President and Chief Executive Officer of YRMC. “I was honored to serve as the first Administrator of YRMC East. From the beginning, the community showed steadfast loyalty to YRMC East.”

    According to Frank Almendarez, YRMC East Campus Administrator, that community support has allowed YRMC to identify programs and services that are important to the community. “If you compare a picture of the 2006 YRMC East Campus to one taken today, you can see the positive change and growth,” Almendarez said. “This is due to the vision of YRMC’s Board of Trustees and its leadership team, both who understand and respond to the healthcare needs of our communities.”

    YRMC East is now the heart of a thriving medical community. The following major programs and services have been launched since 2006:

    • The Family Birthing Center – Relocated to YRMC East in May 2010, the Family Birthing Center features 16 spacious, private birthing rooms. It’s also now licensed as a Level II Continuing Care Nursery by the Arizona Department of Health Services and certified by the Arizona Perinatal Trust to care for high-risk newborns and their moms.
    • The BreastCare Center at YRMC – Opened in October 2011, the BreastCare Center offers comprehensive and coordinated breast care services. Additionally, the Center includes Arizona’s first breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) system designed specifically for breast imaging. Recently, the BreastCare Center introduced breast tomosynthesis, a new mammography technology that creates three-dimensional images.
    • Advanced Wound Care Center – This state-of-the-art Center relocated to the Del E Webb Outpatient Center in June 2012. YRMC’s Advanced Wound Care Center includes accomplished healthcare professionals who specialize in the complex aspects of wound care. The Center also is home to western Yavapai County’s only Hyperbaric Medicine Program, which features two hyperbaric oxygen chambers that help heal wounds.
    • YRMC Outpatient Service Center – Designed with patient convenience in mind, the Outpatient Service Center opened near YRMC’s East Campus in 2015. The Center brings together top primary care and medical specialists under one roof with easy access for patients. It also includes an Outpatient Clinical Laboratory as well as Cardiac Diagnostic Imaging Services and is home to Prescott Valley Medical Imaging.
    • The Infusion Center – This state-of-the-art YRMC facility opened in 2015 to serve residents undergoing antibiotic therapy, chemotherapy and other healing therapies. The Infusion Center includes 12 state-of-the-art infusion bays. In addition, the Center incorporates patient conveniences such as personal televisions and basic cable as well as connections for laptops and tablets.

    “YRMC’s East Campus has evolved into a medical destination,” Almendarez said. “We’re committed to continuing that trend over the next decade and beyond with new programs and services as well as jobs for the people of our communities.”

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  • Welcome to Our Neighborhood!

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | May 02, 2016

    YRMC’s Celebrate Life Health Expo ’16 Features Health-Focused Communities

    What’s more inviting than a friendly neighborhood? For Celebrate Life Health Expo ‘16 participants, the answer is six welcoming, activity-filled neighborhoods.

    “This year’s Expo features ‘neighborhoods’ for people of all ages as well as health, wellness and career interests,” said Robbie Nicol, Executive Director, Community Outreach and Philanthropy, Yavapai Regional Medical Center. “We’ll have health screenings, activities, career advisors and even opportunities to meet one-on-one with YRMC physician specialists.”

    The Expo – sponsored by YRMC – takes place:

    Saturday, May 21, 2016
    8:30 am
    Health Expo Mall Walk
    10:00 am - 2:00 pm
    Celebrate Life Health Expo
    Prescott Gateway Mall – 3250 Gateway Blvd., Prescott, AZ 86303

    • Get a jump on the day by joining the mile-long Health Expo Mall Walk around Gateway Mall. Join the warm-up for walkers, which will be led by Sgt. Steve Rosen of Kickstart Boot Camp for Women in Prescott. Those who complete the walk will receive a free fanny pack and a pedometer.

    Here’s a glimpse of some activities you’ll find in our Expo neighborhoods:

    Kids’ Neighborhood

    • Sign up for Computerized Cognitive Assessments for student athletes at-risk for concussion ($20 for a baseline screening). Sponsored by the YRMC Spine Center and Mountain Valley Regional Rehabilitation Hospital.
    • Meet with a pediatrician from Ponderosa Pediatrics.
    • Tour YRMC’s Partners for Healthy Students Mobile Health Clinic.
    • Experience the spot … A Child’s Museum.
    • Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office – Child safety demonstrations.
    • Meet other medical professionals, such as family chiropractors and Kids dentists.
    • GoNoodle – A demonstration of desk-side fitness activities sponsored by YRMC.

    Heart Health Neighborhood

    • Meet one-on-one with a YRMC cardiologist, interventional radiologist and other specialists.
    • Lifeline Screening – Affordable, high-quality heart and other screenings. Pre-registration is required. Visit www.lifelinescreening.com, insert the Gateway Mall zip code (86303), complete the screening questions and follow the instructions on how to make an appointment for May 21.

    Spine Health Neighborhood

    • Meet with a YRMC physiatrist that specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation.
    • See what radiologists from Prescott Medical Imaging and Prescott Valley Medical Imaging learn from interventional x-rays.
    • Get a back massage from a professional therapist.

    Health & Wellness Neighborhood

    • Get healthy cooking tips and recipes from the host of YRMC’s online cooking show, Your Healthy Kitchen.
    • Learn how to select produce and prepare meals on a budget from Prescott Farmers’ Market.
    • Easy breathing demonstrations from YRMC’s Respiratory Therapy services.
    • Gather information on affordable health coverage.

    Careers & Jobs Neighborhood

    • Talk to human resource experts from a variety of fields.
    • Learn how you can re-career at any age.
    • Check out educational opportunities for a variety of career paths and occupations.

    Volunteers’ Neighborhood

    • Learn about volunteer opportunities at YRMC and organizations throughout our communities.
    • Meet pet therapy dogs from YRMC’s PAWS program.
    • See chic, fun and unique merchandise available at YRMC’s Gift Shops. All purchases are tax-free!

    “The mall stores and vendors are all in with YRMC’s Celebrate Life Health Expo,” said Nicol. “This will definitely be a full day of fun for families.”

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  • Yavapai Regional Medical Center Launches the Philips Ambient Experience MRI

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5686 | Apr 08, 2016

    The Imaging Services Department at Yavapai Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce that it has added the Philips Ambient Experience MRI to its already impressive suite of services.

    Many patients who require an MRI are uncomfortable with the confined nature of traditional MRI procedures. Additionally, some patients are unable to stay still for long periods of time, making a traditional MRI difficult to use. The Philips MRI reduces scan time by 30% to 50%, reducing the amount of time the patient is actually in the MRI.

    As its name indicates, the Philips Ambient Experience MRI has an open design and soft lighting, bringing a more welcoming atmosphere to the procedure room. Patients can personalize their experience by choosing the lighting from a touchscreen monitor. They can also choose from a number of calming videos that are projected during the procedure.  Patients can even bring music from home to enhance their experience.

     “We’re putting the patient in control of their experience,” says Mary Sterling, Director of Imaging Services at YRMC, “and when you’re in control, you’re more relaxed. This new technology is a practical solution for patients who previously were not good candidates for MRI.”

    “Many patients report that they are calmer and more comfortable with our new Philips MRI,” says Sterling, “This aligns beautifully with our Vision of a Total Healing Environment at YRMC, where peace of mind and peace of heart are as important as physical cure and comfort.”

    Physicians are pleased that the digital scan technology of the Philips MRI offers superior quality images, helping to make diagnosis more accurate.

    If you would like to experience a short virtual tour of the Philips Ambient Experience MRI, visit the YRMC Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/YavapaiRegionalMedicalCenter and click on the Videos tab.

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  • YRMC Schedules Annual Meeting for Wednesday, April 27

    by Community Outreach and Philanthropy, (928) 771-5676 | Apr 06, 2016

    The Yavapai Community Hospital Association, which does business and operates as Yavapai Regional Medical Center, will hold its annual meeting on Wednesday, April 27, beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the Thumb Butte Room on the Campus of YRMC West in Prescott. The public is invited to attend.

    The purpose of YRMC’s annual meeting is to summarize the hospital’s achievements during the previous calendar year.

    • Linda Medina, RN, will present the Bylaws Committee Report and Approval of Proposed Bylaws Amendments. Anyone wishing to receive a complete copy of the existing bylaws and proposed amendments may do so through the YRMC Administration Office at (928) 771-5676.
    • Rowle Simmons will present the Council of Electors’ Report and Introduction of Reappointed Trustees.
    • Paula Kneisl will present the Chairman of the Board of Trustees’ Report.
    • Larry Owens, MD, Chief of Staff, will present the President of the Medical Staff’s Report.
    • Nancy Thomes will present the Director of Volunteers’ Report.
    • John Amos will present the President and Chief Executive Officer’s Report.
    • In addition, two Yavapai Community Hospital Association members will be elected to one-year terms on the Council of Electors.
    Copies of YRMC’s 2015 Annual Report will be presented to members of the Board of Trustees and made available to members of the public.

    For more information on Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s annual meeting, contact the Administration Office at (928) 771-5676.