Monthly Archives: September 2010

Guest Blogger #3. Drum roll please…

The final guest blogger for the week is Christa Atchison.  Christa is the Executive Director of the Greater Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce and Christa’s primary responsibility is Economic Development.  If you haven’t noticed our national economy is not exactly … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger #2 – Drum roll please…

Guest blogger number 2 is Lindsay Martin.  Lindsay is an RN and she is Co-Director of the ICU.  Lindsay has a great sense of humor and I knew she would write a great blog – I just had to convince … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger #1 – Drum roll please…

There will be three guest bloggers this week and the first two are nurses who have chosen career paths that are somewhat non-traditional.  The first guest blogger is Jennifer Huff.  Jennifer is an RN and she is also a coder.  Everything … Continue reading

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I may be a few minutes late.

I hate being late, as a matter of fact it drives me crazy if I’m not at least 5 minutes early. It’s taken me 20 months to admit that my schedule no longer belongs to me, it belongs to my … Continue reading

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Help, I need questions!

You’re looking at the blog right now, use the “Leave a Comment” link below and ask me a question.  Please…it’s more difficult than you might think coming up with 5 blog topics per week.  Once per week I would like to devote a … Continue reading

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ED Puzzle

This is a picture of an ambulance delivering patients to GVMH the day the hospital opened.  I added this picture because it relates to the topic of today’s blog which I saved until Friday for a reason – it’s difficult and it’s long.  … Continue reading

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“Prep” work is important

Today’s “by request” blog is courtesy of Susan Kemper.  Susan recently began working in the endoscopy department and she asked that I blog about why it’s important do a thorough “prep” before having a colonoscopy.  I’ve never had a colonoscopy … Continue reading

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