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“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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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.
“We have gotten really good at taking care of patients when they come into the hospital, but the recovery of patients and the prevention of diseases are about involving the person and the community.”
Matthew Carnes, M.D., an assistant professor of internal medicine at the Whiddon College of Medicine, is board certified in internal medicine and in gastroenterology and hepatology, both by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Hosted by the USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute, the event was a celebration of breast cancer awareness.
“It is great to be recognized for the academic footprint all of the faculty in the neurosurgery department are helping to create,” Richard P. Menger, M.D., M.P.A., said.
Deborah Browning, M.S.N., RN, CENP previously served as chief nursing officer beginning in 2021 and then interim administrator.
USA Health is feeling the effects of the national blood shortage.
To offer a place to practice self-soothing techniques through all five senses, The Wave Wellness Room has been created for employees at Children’s & Women’s Hospital.
“We want to make sure children are riding as safely as possible in properly installed seats,” said Kelly Ison, M.D., a pediatrician at Pediatric Associates of Mobile/USA Health.