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College of Massage Therapy

Did you know Bingham Memorial Hospital is home to the College of Massage Therapy? As Massage Therapy continues to grow in the healthcare field, the relationship we share with the College of Massage Therapy is one of equal benefits. Massage … Continue reading


Jonathan Godfrey, MD.

Bingham Memorial Hospital is pleased to welcome Jonathan Godfrey, MD, a fellowship trained gastroenterologist to our medical staff and the Idaho Physicians Clinic. Gastroenterology is the department of medicine that specializes in the treatment of stomach or digestive disorders. The … Continue reading


Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day from Bingham Memorial Hospital! We are sponsoring this year’s Blackfoot Chamber of Commerce Summerfest Firework show, and encourage everyone to take advantage of the safe and professional fireworks held for the public on Thursday, July 4th at … Continue reading


Summer Asthma

With the gorgeous weather we have been having recently, everyone across east Idaho is taking advantage of the outdoors; however those with asthma might experience a harder time breathing. According to the National Institute of Health, approximately 22 million Americans … Continue reading


Keeping Safe In the Sun

This Friday marks the official first day of summer! While we are ready for a few months of warm fun, we have three reminders for how to stay safe in the heat. First, with the weather heating up and thousands … Continue reading


Allergy Season

Idaho is beautiful and blooming in spring and summer. Unfortunately, this means irritating allergies for many of us. The most common seasonal allergy culprits are pollen; namely tree, ragweed or grass pollen. Ragweed pollen season usually peaks later in the … Continue reading


High Blood Pressure

Did you know that 74 million adults have high blood pressure in our country? If you’re one of these people, you know that you have to take care of yourself. It’s a dangerous condition. High blood pressure can cause a … Continue reading


Sports and Physical Fitness Month

The time has come for the indoor activities to make their way into the sun. Being active is an important part of your overall health, but many Americans have one concern: joint pain. When left untreated, joint pain can cause … Continue reading


Better Hearing and Speech

The children are playing, the birds are chirping, and the music is loud. The problem is, a large number of Americans can’t hear them due to hearing loss. Loss of hearing is the third most common physical condition, next to … Continue reading


An Ounce of Prevention

Growing up, our grandparents didn’t know all the dangers of the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Today, we know the risks and how to protect ourselves: with sunscreen. However, there are still lots of questions when it comes to sunscreen.  Dermatologists suggest … Continue reading

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