Monthly Archives: April 2015

Get Involved

National Volunteer Week came and went and I forgot to post this blog.  Things happen, distractions occur or maybe I was too busy volunteering to post it…. I do a lot of volunteer work in the community.  Being involved and … Continue reading

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Star Ratings

Just last week Medicare published Star Ratings for all hospitals in the United States.  The ratings are designed to assist consumers in identifying where they want to access care.  The rating system is similar to that used by the hotel … Continue reading

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Things that matter

We all have a limited amount of time and in my case a limited ability to focus.  It’s easy to get derailed and focus on things that really don’t matter.  Here’s a story to illustrate the point. Big Rocks, a … Continue reading

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Special delivery

You might have heard about Amazon’s plans to begin delivering packages via delivery drone.  There has also been talk of pizza makers utilizing drones to delivery a hot pie to your door.  Hospitals are now getting in on the conversation … Continue reading

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Legos or lava?

If your kids like Legos like mine do then I’m willing to bet you’ve stepped on one barefoot and you understand why this picture forms the basis of a blog. You can make a lot of neat stuff with Legos.  … Continue reading

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Dinosaurs and demolition. Construction update

This picture was provided by Amanda Lankford and she took it out of a third floor window overlooking the current ambulance bay. That is one mean machine and Amanda described it perfectly she said it looks like a “dinosaur”.  Construction … Continue reading

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Want to go far? Go together

We provide great care for patients every day but no matter how great the care the process is what matters most and the process involves more than the care delivered. Think about a patient coming into the hospital to receive … Continue reading

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