Regional West Medical Center Sends Parents Home With New Gifts
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb., - The Nebraska Public Power District has presented Regional West’s Birth and Infant Care Center with approximately 800 plug-in night-lights. These night-lights will be given to new parents to take home with them when they leave the hospital.
“The Birth and Infant Care Center is very grateful for the continued support of our local residents, and the generous outpouring of supplies that we are able to send home with our new families.” said Connie Rupp, interim nurse manager Birth and Infant Care Center.
The Nebraska Public Power District honored Regional West with the gift as a partner in safety and a demonstration of caring for their customers. “Please accept these safety night lights from all of us at NPPD and thank you for helping us to light the way to safety.”
The Birth and Infant Care Center at Regional West is dedicated to making a baby’s birth a warm, comfortable and joyous experience. Our caring professional staff is committed to making patients feel well educated and comfortable in the days leading up to, during and immediately after birth. Spacious rooms, state-of-the-art equipment, trained nursing staff and calming environment are all part of making the birthing experience a positive experience.
Regional West Health Services, with over 1,300 employees, provides comprehensive and innovative health care services for the people and communities of western Nebraska and the neighboring states of Colorado, South Dakota and Wyoming. With over 110 active physicians, 95 percent of whom are board certified or board eligible, plus an additional 25 consulting specialists, Regional West offers care that spans more than 40 medical specialties. Regional West Medical Center, a subsidiary of Regional West Health Services, is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and is one of only three Level II Trauma Centers in the state of Nebraska.