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New CT scanner at CFVH

PLAINS - Thursday afternoon the staff at the Clark Fork Valley Hospital celebrated a new member of the facility with an open house reception. The new member: a new General Electric Optima CT660....
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CFVH recognized for rural healthcare

PLAINS – A group of cyclists, biking across a wide swath of the country this summer, stopped by Plains last week. The cyclists, 30 individuals biking from Skykomish, WA to Sioux Falls, S...
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AH 1500 Travels through Plains

30 Cyclists Conquer Mountains and Miles to Raise Funds to Improve Health Care Delivery in Rural Ecuador The Andean Health 1500 campaign expects to raise $500,000; rural health clinics in the Nor...
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Exhibit seeks art work

There is no shortage of artistic talent in the area and there is a gallery opportunity for those with recent works yearning for a wall. The Art on the Walls exhibit has long been a way for artists to...
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Donation aids cancer detection at Plains Hospital

Clark Fork Valley Hospital received a significant donation to help provide mammographies to women through a program operated by Rocky Mountain Bank of Plains and the bank's parent company. Un...
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RMB Takes a Swipe at Breast Cancer

The fight against breast cancer in Sanders County gets a big boost this month, after a check presentation to Clark Fork Valley Hospital in the amount of $1,000. The presentation from Rocky M...
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New Director of Patient Care Services

Joan Manzella, RN joins our staff as our new Director of Patient Care Services. She recently relocated to Plains from Ooltewah, Tennessee where she taught Associate level Nursing Clinical Studie...
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Hospital joins Veterans Choice Program

Hospital joins Veterans Choice to improve healthcare access Clark Fork Valley Hospital is now part of the Veterans Choice Program (VCP), which enables military veterans to go to the Plains healt...
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Plains Resident Joins Hospital Board

Kevin Meredith, Plains resident and 1999 PHS graduate hopes to bring an added perspective to the CFVH Governing Board as its newest member. Meredith attended Montana Tech for three years and fini...
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Students learn skills for medical careers

Thirty-nine students from Sanders County schools spent five hours at Clark Fork Valley Hospital learning about the health profession and getting some hands-on training, including the art of sewing up...
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