January 7 2020
BIG SPRING, Texas- Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020 – Scenic Mountain Medical Center is proud to share that the first baby of the New Year was born at 10:00 am on January 4, 2020. The baby boy named Zayvian Cross was 8 pounds 7 ounces and 20 inches long. His parents are Terrence Cross Jr and Miranda Hilario. A baby gift basket was presented to the parents and the partners and sponsors of this basket include...
Steward Expands Its Footprint in West Texas And Open Its 37th Hospital Nationally.
January 5 2019
One white sock can draw attention and even raise some questions, and that is exactly what Scenic Mountain Medical Center (SMMC) staff members were going for, when they joined the White Sock Campaign. For three days, local businesses and organizations received visits from SMMC representatives wearing one white sock.
November 12 2018
Scenic Mountain Medical Center offered a small token of appreciation to Veterans, in recognition of Veteran’s Day. Veterans were given the opportunity to stop in the Yellow Rose Café and enjoy a free breakfast or lunch.
August 22 2018
Sepsis, sometimes incorrectly called “blood poisoning” is the body’s overwhelming, and often deadly, response to infection. Sepsis can result from an infection anywhere in the body, including the lungs, skin and urinary tract.
Pink the Basin, a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of women's health issues and foster educational and service initiatives that positively embrace women's health, donated $10,500 to provide financial support for women in Howard County that can not afford a mammogram.
Scenic Mountain Medical Center is doing their part with this free three day asthma camp to give children the confidence that asthma shouldn't prevent kids from being kids.