“Through its mobile nurses program, the Pueblo community is given access to services such as flu shots, blood pressure checks and bone density screenings,” says Jeff Tucker, public relations specialist with Parkview Medical Center. “But the mobile nurses also provide important community education, including seminars on hands-only CPR, and presentations to both children and adults on the dangers of smoking. Recently the nurses have become certified in plant-based education and have held events such as grocery store tours to encourage the public to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into their diets along with more exercise.”
Part of the Centura Health network, St. Mary-Corwin is a full-service hospital specializing in orthopedics and joint replacement, cancer care, emergency services, innovative cardiovascular treatments, breast care, robotic-assisted surgery and women’s services. St. Mary-Corwin is a Cigna Center of Excellence for for obstetrics and cardiac care. The Cancer Assessment Resource Education Survivorship program received an Innovator Award from the Association of Community Cancer Centers. Like Parkview, St. Mary-Corwin has invested in the latest technology, including the Epic electronic record and billing system.