Baxter Regional Medical Center welcomes Jaren Beavers as the new coordinator
of the Schliemann Center for Womenand#39;s Health Education.
Jaren was raised in Baxter County and is a graduate of Mountain Home High
School and Arkansas State University-Mountain Home. She has been employed
in the healthcare and childcare fields over the last 15 years. With a
personal history of female health issues, Jaren is an advocate for womenand#39;s
health education and has a special passion for reaching out to provide
health education for teens. She and her husband, Matthew, enjoy eco-friendly
living and spending time with family and friends in the beautiful Ozarks
that they are proud to call home.
Schliemann Center for Womenand#39;s Health Education is part of Baxter Regional Medical Centerandrsquo;s effort to provide superior
healthcare for women at all stages of their lives. The center offers services
for all women, whatever their age or role in life. Classes and support
groups at the center focus on such topics as babysitting, bereavement,
breastfeeding, childbirth, menopause, nutrition, wellness, heart health
and more. The center opened in 2005 as the Women’s Health Education
Center and was dedication on October 21, 2008, as the Schliemann Center
for Women’s Health Education in honor of Josee Schliemann, a dedicated
friend of BRMC and founding member of the Women’s Health Advisory Board.
The Schliemann Center is located on the BRMC campus, across Hospital Drive
from the Main Entrance, and is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
For more information, call (870) 508-2345 or email