Pulse podcasts 


2019

Kelly Neumann, physical therapist at HSHS TherapyCare in Chatham, talks about the benefits of dry needling. Kelly and Ally Barth share some new therapies and classes available to the public through HSHS TherapyCare! Listen here.






Mary Rogers, outreach representative for HSHS St. John's Hospital talks about the upcoming season opening of the Old Capitol Farmer's Market in downtown Springfield! Support local growers and stop by our tent for a goodie bag!
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Dave Newton, program coordinator for Children's Miracle Network at HSHS St. John's Children's Hospital and Dede Stewart, nurse manager for the NICU at St. John's Children's Hospital, talk about the "Make May Matter" campaign and the fundraising effort to bring more kangaroo chairs to the NICU. Find out why this special chair is so important to NICU babies and their parents!




Dr. Doug Carlson tells us how we can tell the difference between a cold and allergies in our young ones, and how best to treat their symptoms! Listen here.



Meet Erica Bruns, director of operations at HSHS St.John's Hospital. Erica discusses some of the her first impressions on Springfield and her colleagues at St.John's. Listen here.








Go217! is an amazing program provided by HSHS St. John's Hospital to the community of Springfield and the surrounding areas. We spoke with Jennifer Snopko about some of the events coming up this year! Listen here.







February is Heart Disease Awareness month and Cardiologist Dr. Roberto Pacheco, with Prairie Heart Institute, sat down with us to discuss the ways you can prevent or even reverse heart disease. Listen here.







We sit down with Megan Leathers and Courtney Carter, child life specialists at HSHS St.John's Children's Hospital. Megan and Courtney play an important role in fostering a healing environment for our youngest patients! Listen here