Monthly Archives: March 2015

Plan your work and work your plan

During highschool and college I did landscaping work for a small business owner in my hometown.  I’d characterize my boss at the time as a workaholic.  We start work before daylight and end well after dark.  The job wasn’t always … Continue reading

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Diabetes Walk 2015

The annual GVMH Foundation Diabetes Walk is this Saturday at the Clinton High School. You’re invited! 11th Annual Diabetes Walk Saturday, March 28, at Clinton High School You don’t have to be on a team to participate! Come at 8 … Continue reading

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March Madness

I’m kind of a passive basketball fan.  I watch college basketball off and on throughout the season but it’s rarely appointment television for me.  That all changes during the first two rounds of the NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament. During the … Continue reading

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Act without expectation

Of all the quotes I’ve ever read I believe this one best defines what great health care is really all about. Act without expectation, I could stop typing now but… Most health care organizations have great mission statements and many … Continue reading

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Feed your wolf

I recently posted this photo on my Twitter account and it got several retweets so I thought it was worth sharing on the blog. Each of us are responsible for our attitude and outlook and we have a choice to be … Continue reading

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Constuction Update

It’s been a while since I’ve posted a construction update and things have really changed since the last set of photos.  The ground floor is almost completely shelled in with concrete. All of the concrete walls are up and forms … Continue reading

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You don’t have to be sick to get better

We are in a time of flux in US health care.  There is a shift in the way providers are being paid to provide services.  To this point health care providers have relied on quantity to pay the bills.  The … Continue reading

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