Future Health Care Professionals Volunteer at ECM

VolunTeen Program Gives Students Opportunity to Grown into a Health Care Career

Nearly 40 volunteers, including high school and college students, have dedicated their time to volunteer at Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital this summer. The VolunTeen program continues to grow, with this group bein…

WVMC Committee Hosts Community Event

Community Service Committee Donates Proceeds to Local Program

Willamette Valley Medical Center (WVMC) has an employee-led community service committee that organizes two annual events for the community, in addition to managing quarterly highway clean-up teams. This year, WVMC hosted a free e

PRMC Hosts Community Baby Shower

New Parents and Expectant Mothers Supported at Community-Wide Event

Paris Regional Medical Center (PRMC) hosted its Second Annual Community Baby Shower on behalf of the Women’s and Children’s Hospital. The baby shower was open to the public and hosted a group of over 200 expectant mothers, n

NPMC Staff Encourages Co-Worker During Cancer Treatment

Longtime Employee Wrapped in Love at NPMC

When Jean Foxworth, registered nurse for Med Surg at National Park Medical Center, was diagnosed with breast cancer in March, she knew the road to recovery would be hard. But with a lot of love from her co-workers, she’s been surrounded by encouragement th

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PRMC Director Teaches Trauma Prevention at Local Schools

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…

Patient With Rare Condition Attributes Success to CMH

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…

SJRMC Auxiliary Provides Hope, One Stitch At a Time

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

SWMC Employee Goes Above & Beyond

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 Achieves Safety Record Milestone

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…
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