The award was given to Crews for her lifelong devotion to advocacy for her patients that enhances their health and well-being.
“The addition of these four ORs and hybrid OR suite will dramatically expand our ability to perform the most complex tertiary surgical procedures while also caring for our trauma patients.”
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Jennifer Young Pierce, M.D., M.P.H., FACOG, is the director of the Division of Cancer Control and Prevention at the USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute, where she conducts research in cancer care delivery and supportive care for cancer patients and survivors, and is a principal investigator on grants totaling $1.3 million.
Providence is now one of 11 facilities in Alabama to be accredited as a Comprehensive Center by the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program.
The park is filled with more than 50 life-size bronze sculptures (and a few larger-than-life displays) depicting children, families and animals, providing a place of enjoyment for employees, patients and the community.
“Layla’s Story,” a video that captured the determination of a young girl fighting for her life and the hope of her parents during the course of 18 surgeries at University Hospital, has won a Silver Telly, one of the highest honors bestowed by the renowned Telly Awards.
While patients received their chemotherapy infusions, they were invited to pass the time by creating original pieces of art using natural materials, watercolor pencils and other supplies.
The Mayer Mitchell Award for Excellence in Cancer Research was established in 2009 by USA trustee Arlene Mitchell in memory of her late husband, Mayer Mitchell, a formative figure in the establishment of the Mitchell Cancer Institute.
When chaplains are serving as part of an interdisciplinary team, they are visible and regarded as an integral part of patient care.
AdaptX's AI-driven software allows clinical leaders to assess, improve and manage care for patients, using real-world data from electronic medical records.
A large inflatable brain offered visitors an interactive experience to learn how the brain works from the inside out.
“The same drive and calling that pushed me to become a physician also mandates caring for and considering the needs of other people, in every aspect of life,” said Richelle Jefferson, M.D.