A Passion for Saving Lives and Educating Others
Paris Regional Medical Center’s Director of Education, Diane Nation, RN, BSN, NE-BC, is a tenured nurse that always shows excitement and enthusiasm to teach others. Whether it’s teaching hospital nurses how to run a Code Blue, or teach…
Family Thanks CMH for Providing Exceptional Care
John came to us through CMH Regional Health System’s emergency department (ED) several weeks ago, knowing he was seriously ill, but unsure what was wrong. Their ED providers quickly determined his kidneys were failing, and he was admitte…
Young Patients Provided with Hand-Stitched Toy at SJRMC
“You have to keep taking the next necessary stitch, and the next one, and the next. Without stitches, you just have rags.” – Anne Lamott, author
It’s true: stitches and hospitals go together all too well. The highly skilled and co
Southwestern LPN Bonds with Patient with Terminal Diagnosis
Recently a patient was admitted at Southwestern Medical Center for routine testing, for what they thought would be a treatable condition, but the diagnosis turned out to be Stage IV cancer. Kaylie Cannon, LPN, became that patient’s c…
Shoals Employees Celebrated for Commitment to Safety
Safety is a priority at Shoals Hospital. Every day, they mark on a board in the hospital cafeteria, so that they are accountable to each other as well as those who entrust their healthcare to the Shoals staff. Shoals reached a milestone in recen…
ULTRASOUND TECH QUICKLY RESPONDS TO VISITOR DISTRESS
Megan Slater, an Ultrasound Tech at Community Medical Center in Missoula, Montana, went above and beyond last week to respond to a serious situation.
While on her lunch break, Megan was walking outside the hospital when she noticed a visitor an
PRMC Volunteer Recognized for 18 Years of Service
Ophelia Payne has volunteered at Paris Regional Medical Center since 1999. Over the years, Ophelia has put in more than 13,000 hours of selfless duty to patients, employees and their families.
This year, Ophelia was honored with the coveted RSVP Vo…
ORHC’s Cardiac Rehab Staff Provides Top Notch Care
Joanna Bartos knew there was something wrong when she started feeling very tired and simple activities were becoming increasingly difficult.
“I used to be able to vacuum the whole house,” recalls Joanna. “But over time, I was barely