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From interviews with providers, to the inside story on the latest medical technology or wellness treatment. Stay informed on what matters, with news from Silverton Health.

Silverton, Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel Team Up on Telemedicine Project

June 16, 2016

Staff and medical providers at Silverton Hospital have a new tool to turn to when a newborn infant is in crisis. Legacy TeleBaby Resuscitation is a Skype-like high definition telemedicine robot that allows Silverton staff to communicate with expert neonatal nurse practitioners at Legacy Health’s Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel in Portland.

Silverton Hospital celebrates First Baby of 2016

January 04, 2016

Fireworks rang in the New Year across the Willamette Valley and at the Family Birth Center at Silverton Hospital it was no less celebratory as our first baby of 2016 was welcomed on Friday, January 1.

Silverton Hospital to Participate in ACNM Reducing Primary Cesareans Project

December 15, 2015

Silverton Hospital has been accepted into the American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) Reducing Primary Cesareans Project and is the only hospital in the Northwest to participate and only one of three from the West Coast. In total, 21 hospitals from across the United States will be working with ACNM to improve healthy outcomes for mothers and families by focusing on reducing the incidence of first cesarean section in low risk women who have never given birth.

Keizer Health Center certified as Reach Out and Read site

November 11, 2015

Silverton Health’s Keizer Health Center has been certified as a Reach Out and Read (ROR) site due to the hard work of pediatricians Dr. Jill Pearson and Dr. Scott Hamblin. “Outside of the aspects of instilling a love of reading in kids, we find that the bonding that occurs between parents and children during reading fosters communication and a sense of respect, trust, security and most of all – love,” said Dr. Pearson. “You would be surprised how many parents think it’s not that important, or that they don’t have the time or the resources to provide this crucial part of a child’s development. We intend to change that.”

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