Monthly Archives: September 2010

There’s no corn in this silo…

The second edition of this week’s “by request” blog is a request from Meredith Cooper.  Meredith asked that I do a blog on “tearing down interdepartmental silos”.  The topic came up after a management team meeting last week.  We are in … Continue reading

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By the numbers

This week’s blogs will all be “by request”.  I am blogging this week on topics suggested by one or more persons and I’d like to do at least one blog per week on the topic of your choice so let … Continue reading

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Wow! You’ve got to see the admitting area.

Our first stage of remodel is complete and the admitting area is open for business.  You will not recognize the area, it doesn’t even look like the same space.  It will be even more impressive when the new furniture is … Continue reading

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Money, get your free money here.

MU two of the most hallowed letters in the alphabet to all hospitals.  I know most of you are thinking “MU”, in Craig’s blog, must be a reference to the University of Missouri and Craig is going to try to … Continue reading

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College football season’s in full swing…

…and the Kansas City Chiefs are in first place (this is likely the only time I’ll be able to type these words all year so I couldn’t pass up the opportunity).  The following was written by fellow MU Alum and … Continue reading

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What’s your favorite season

 I’m learning this blog stuff as I go and one of the options I’ve not yet explored is having a “Poll” in the blog.  I had lunch in the hospital cafe’ the other day with Gerry Wahl and Brenda Smarr.  … Continue reading

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Taxicab Confessions.

Here’s a great story that speaks to the level of customer service provided at GVMH.  A patient from Warsaw visited our Emergency Department one night a few weeks ago and at the visit the ED physician suggested the patient return … Continue reading

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