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Read more about our January Employee of the Month, Controller Kim Morrow!

BBGH Celebrates First Baby of 2022

Develop healthy sleep habits

BBGH's Senior Life Solutions offers therapy for individuals experiencing symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

Read about the November Board meeting.

The US Department of Agriculture announced recently that there would be an increase in the amount received in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, SNAP, formerly called Food Stamps.

Congratulations to our November Employee of the Month...

Read about October's board meeting.

BBGH September Board Report

Learn more about our Employee of the Month!

BBGH August Board Report

Learn more about our Employee of the Month!

Beginning July 15, many parents started receiving advance payments of the Federal Child Tax Credit.

How BBGH provides opportunities for a career in healthcare

Box Butte General Hospital was recently recognized as an Abusive Head Trauma / Shaken Baby Prevention Education Champion. 

BBGH July Board Report

Read about Congressman Adrian Smith's visit to Hemingford

Learn more about this month's Great Care Chat feature!

Read the Board Report updates from June.

Learn more about Social Security Survivor Benefits.

BBGH welcomes Bill Luke, Interim Chief Financial Officer

A helpful article from Alliance Poverty Task Force's Patricia Jones.

Read about our June Employee of the Month

Learn more about this week's Great Care Chat feature!

Learn more about this week's Great Care Chat feature!

Read the BBGH March Board Report.

March into Spring!

Read about our Employee of the Month for March!

Spring letter from Lori Mazanec, CEO

BBGH February Board Meeting

Read Jessica's nomination.

See what Dietitian Barbara Intermill, MS, RDN, CDCES, LMNT has to share.

BBGH January Board Meeting

BBGH Welcomes Personal Trainer Christian Hagen

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

BBGH November/December Board Meeting

BBGH Selects Winner of Name Contest for Germ-Zapping Robot

The holidays bring the community closer together but illnesses like the flu ruin the cheer and keep families apart.