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Thursday night’s open meeting about Drew Memorial Hospital’s proposed 1/4 cent extension of the expiring 1/2 cent library tax provided a chance for members of the public to meet the new surgeons, as well as hear updated statistics on surgery, and see the drawings of the new facility.
The question & answer session was also informative, especially dealing with the current 40 year old operating room.
At Monday’s Quorum Court meeting, the QC asked to meet with local doctors to get their opionion of the proposed hospital expansion (and contionuation of the 1/2 cent library tax) Members of the DMH board also attended.
DMH CEO Scott Barrilleaux give a more detailed report about the upcoming hospital expansion.
DMH’s Scott Barrilleaux is on the front cover of this weeks Arkansas Business magazine, following an interview on the issue of private options affect on local hospitals’ operating budgets.
MonticelloLive interview Barrilleaux, Tuesday morning, where he summarized his interview with AB, and explained in layman’s terms
what “private option” is, and how it works.
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After serving 10 years on the Drew Memorial Hospital Board of Directors, with around 6 of those years as chairman, Jim Searcy has announced that he will leave that position when his term expires on June 30.
Searcy told MLive, (more…)
At Monday night’s quorum court meeting, DMH CEO Scott Barrilleaux updated the county on the status of the approximately $1.5 million total aettlement, in regards to the recently discovered 4 year long Medicaid filings dealing with mis-coded billing of circumcisions between the labor/delivery/nursery departments.
They’ve recently received their Arkansas medical license, and began work at DMH over the weekend, following their move to Arkansas from Louisiana..
In what has become a local health tradition, groups of families and friends lined up at First Assembly of God Church to take part in the Drew County Health Depts, annual “Free Flue Shot Clinic,” Friday.
The 553 total is in addition to the “school clinics” where the dept. visits all local schools, providing flu shots to the students, prior to the publc event.
Saturday, the Drew Memorial Hospital’s Auxiliary prepared over omelets, as a part of their anual Omelet Breakfast fundraiser project.
The Auxiliary uses the funds to purchase items for the hospital, both for operational uses, as well as many itemsfor patient comforts.
At Tuesday’s financial meeting of the Drew Memorial Hospital board, the recent $904,000 ARRA appeal reimbursement was discussed.
It was also reported that $462,000 of that amount is being held back because of the way circumcisions were entered into the Medicaid system, back in 2011.
Posted below is the most important segment of the final successful determination of Drew Memorial Hospital’s recent appeal to Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Friday afternoon, Chicot Memorial released this updated statement about a patient, which has been the topic of many area rumors.
The 3rd annual “Dancing with the Monticello Stars” was held Tuesday night by the Southeast Arkansas Health Foundation, raising $30,847 for Drew Memorial Hospitas projects.
Last year , the foundation contributed $100,000 in donations to be used in the oncology dept., and a $15,000 donation to purchase a fetal monitor, among other items.
This years winners were….
Allan Nichols, Director of Mainline Health Systems, addressed the City Council at their meeting at last week’s City Council meeting, to ask for permission to purchase property adjoining the new fIre station on North Main Street, for the purpose of building a larger clinic.
The Drew Memorial Hospital Board of Directors met in a special called meeting, Monday morning, and approved a “settlement” with “employees.”
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