Copper Queen News & Events

Sierra Vista Herald March 6, 2016 Christine Steele DOUGLAS — Copper Queen Medical Associates will begin holding telemedicine endocrinology appointments on Wednesdays. Patients will first be seen by Family Nurse Practitioner Pearlie Wilson for their Primary Care Provider visit at 11 a.m. or 3 p.m., followed by their telemedicine appointment with TMCOne’s board-certified endocrinologist Dr.…

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Sierra Vista Herald May 5, 2016 BISBEE — Five local area students have received $2,500 scholarships from The Copper Queen Community Hospital Development Fund. •Dayana Gomez will graduate from Douglas High School in 2017 and will attend the University of Arizona where she plans to majoring in Biology. Dayana is also currently a student at…

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Sierra Vista Herald May 2, 2015 BISBEE — Copper Queen Community Hospital offers monthly mobile digital mammography at Copper Queen Community Hospital Douglas Medical Complex and Copper Queen Medical Associates Palominas. The next screenings are scheduled for May 6, June 2, July 1, and Aug. 5. Screenings are available from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.…

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MONTOYA | DOUGLAS DISPATCH April 21, 2016 Officials from Copper Queen Community Hospital welcomed Dr. Roland Snure, General Surgeon, as part of the staff at Copper Queen Medical Associates, during a celebration held at the Gadsden Hotel on April 14. Dr. Snure is a Douglas native, whose family has lived in Cochise County for over…

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Sierra Vista Herald Apr 11, 2016 Founder of Red Cross first nurse in Bisbee BISBEE — Jane Delano was a remarkable nurse who served in World War I and was committed to the American Red Cross. Most importantly, she served the citizens of Bisbee in the late 1890s treating typhoid patients. She was committed to…

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  Sierra Vista Herald April 4, 2016 BISBEE — The Lions Club mobile eye unit visited the Copper Queen Hospital on Friday and provided free eye exams and eyeglasses to local residents. The effort is funded with a portion of the proceeds from the hospital’s annual golf tournament, which raised more than $35,000 in November.…

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BY AALIYAH MONTOYA | DOUGLAS DISPATCH March 29, 2016 The first annual D Hill 5K Run/Walk event, held around Airport Park and D Hill on March 19, raised over $7,903 to benefit the community’s Light the D project. Event organizers from the Light the D Committee, Douglas Rotary Club, City of Douglas, and Douglas Unified…

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Sierra Vista Herald Mar 28, 2016 BISBEE — Three nurses from Copper Queen Community Hospital recently completed coursework and advanced from Registered Nurse I to Registered Nurse II. The nurses include Renee Anderson, of Sierra Vista, who has been with the hospital for three years, Kristin Castro, of Bisbee, and Amber McLane, of Hereford, who…

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Sierra Vista Herald Christine Steele Mar 18, 2016 BISBEE — Physicians and staff at Copper Queen Community Hospital got treated to a delicious brunch Friday morning to celebrate National Doctor’s Day. A doctor’s wife in Georgia came up with the idea for a day celebrating doctors in 1933. The date of March 30 was chosen…

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Sierra Vista Herald March 7, 2016 by Christine Steele BISBEE — Jim Dickson, CEO of Copper Queen Community Hospital, said the city of Bisbee should not be counting on revenues from ambulance transfers to bail them out of their financial crisis. At Tuesday night’s Bisbee City Council meeting, Bisbee resident Susan Blackford presented a petition…

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