Notes of Care | 3.27.17


Excellent Care at ECM

A Heart Attack Survival Story

When Bill Norvell felt sick, he drove himself to ECM Hospital. He was having a heart attack. Bill spent 5 days in the intensive care unit and says he received excellent care from the moment he walked in the doors. Dr. Lango put four stents in his heart to open blocked coronar…

An RN Goes Above & Beyond at CVMC

Even A Patient’s Beloved Dog Received Extraordinary Care

Michael Cowan and his dog, Flower, have a lot to say and so much to be thankful for when it comes to the extraordinary care they received from Ashlee Manning, RN. Mr. Cowan wasn’t feeling quite right one evening and drove himself to the…

Taking Care of Our Own

A CMH Team Member Becomes a Patient

Trenda Medley has worked at CMH for thirty-seven years, and is currently in Patient Access/Registration. Trenda was admitted to Med Tele through the ED in early February, and shared with us the excellent care you all showed her while she was here. She wrote: “Tha…

Daffodil Days at National Park

Support for the American Cancer Society

National Park Medical Center is celebrating Daffodil Days in support of the American Cancer Society!  Every year, NPMC employees cut, assemble, sell and distribute daffodil orders in recognition of the event.  Why the daffodil?  Because as the first f…

Notes of Care | 3.13.17


Extra Attention Saved a Life

A KershawHealth Nurse Went the Extra Mile

Nurses at KershawHealth go above and beyond. Becky Yarborough made the extra effort and put in the extra time to call and check up on her patient after a visit, and again to retrieve her patient’s records during a lunch break – two actions that ultimat

Celebrating 65 Years Together at PRMC

A Heart-Melting Anniversary

Earl and Wanda Waters were not expecting to celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary at Paris Regional Medical Center. Earl was admitted as a patient to our Rehab Unit just a few short days before his wife Wanda. The day Wanda was transferred to our Rehab floor, just so ha…

ECM Cares for Tiny Teagan

Care Close to Home Made All the Difference

Little Miss Teagan Rae was ready to enter the world! She came five weeks early, weighing only 4 pounds. Teagan was treated in the special care nursery at the Women’s Pavilion at North Alabama Medical Center-ECM for 10 days. Her parents, Tracy and Chad B…

The Pulse | 3.6.17


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