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  • CVMC's Central Valley Home Health and Hospice Nurse, JulieAnn Parkin, Named Nurse of the Year by Utah's HHAU.

    Nephi, UT August 6, 2021 – The Homecare and Hospice Association of Utah (HHAU) announced that Julieann Parkin, RN at CVMC Central Valley Home Health and Hospice, Nephi, UT was named the 2020 Nurse of the Year. Julieann is a registered nurse and was recognized for the invaluable work that she has done for her agency. “When I saw the opportunity to recognize someone from our agency for ...

  • TeleHealth partnership with Intermountain Healthcare

    Central Valley Medical Center now provides an extra level of support to stroke and critical care patients in the Emergency Department. Telehealth is a unique collaboration between the CVMC Emergency Department (ED) and Intermountain Healthcare. Using Telehealth technology, including high-definition cameras, audio equipment, and televisions in inpatient rooms, clinicians at CVMC’s Nephi ...

  • COVID Vaccine Distribution Information

    Public Reminder: Please be aware that, CVMC WILL NOT BE DISTRIBUTING THE COVID-19 VACCINE TO THE PUBLIC. Please, Contact your LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT to schedule an appointment or to find out when vaccination clinics will be held. You must schedule your appointment ahead of time. Do not just show up without an appointment, as each local health department may have a different process for ...

  • First Baby of the Year for 2021 at Central Valley Medical Center Is Welcomed Home!

    With the birth of a new year, we are celebrating the first birth in 2021 at Central Valley Medical Center! Being the first baby born at CVMC in 2021 he was delivered by Dr. Reed Skinner on January 1 st at 12:25 p.m. weighing in at 9 pounds 3 ounces and 21 inches long. The new baby boy was given the name Mateo by his proud parents Elysia and Kyle. Being the first to be born gives fun bragging ...

  • CVMC Helps Community in More Ways Than Healthcare

    Central Valley Medical Center, also known as CVMC, is an independent, 25-bed, not-for-profit, Critical Access Hospital (CAH) located in the heart of Central Utah. The hospital serves persons of all ages and ethnicities. In its early days, the hospital operated as a county-owned health care institution. However, for over 30 years, CVMC has been successfully managed by Rural Health Group, Inc. CVMC ...

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