New eCards for BLS, ACLS, & PALS

The  American Heart Association (AHA) has discontinued paper cards and now provides eCards for BLS, ACLS, and PALS classes.  In approximately 1-2 weeks our current paper card stock will be depleted and Clinical Education will start to issue eCards. After completing BLS, ACLS, or PALS you will receive an eCard[…]

March Power Hour 3/6/2019

You won’t want to miss this one! Every day healthcare providers face ethical challenges, especially when it comes to our diverse patient population. Join us to achieve a fresh perspective on social justice and how you can learn to remove the unconscious bias. Wednesday, March 6, 2019 1:30pm – 2:30pm[…]

Age-Friendly Lecture Series: Mentation

AAMC’s Institute for Healthy Aging is hosting an Age-Friendly Lecture to explore best practices and concepts around mentation for older adults. This interactive session presented by Jennifer L. Fitzpatrick, MSW will show you how to identify isolation, re-engage older adults and caregivers experiencing it, and prevent the senior isolation crisis from becoming worse.[…]

A hero is found in Short Stay

Marty is a true hero. Marty has worked on the Short Stay Unit for about 10 years as a Customer Service Representative and has continued to put a smile on the children’s faces the whole time. When a child comes out of surgery and gets settled in the Phase ll[…]

  1. Lynn Dorsey: Great Job, as always! Thanks Marty.

  2. Terry Pearson: The kids are delighted when he comes and brings a "friend". Marty is quite a guy!

  3. Tracie Ackermann: Marty, you are one of the kindest and caring people I have met. You not only take care of the…

  4. Lisa Allen, RN: Marty, this is an absolutely wonderful thing you are doing!!! I commend you for what you do! Such kindness is…

  5. Jennifer Christ: Marty is simply amazing! We love what he does for AAMC patients and families. He is always available when needed…

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Congratulations Nurse Residents!

On Thursday, January 29th AAMC proudly graduated 11 nurse residents surrounded by their family and co-workers who helped them along the way. The Nurse Residency Program is a 12-month program that helps transition a newly licensed registered nurse into the working profession. Our coordinators Anne Marie and Racquel meet with[…]

February Journal Club 2/18/2019

Topic: Nurse staffing and nurse outcomes: A systematic review and meta-analysis Presenter: Megan Porter, MS, MSN, RN Date: Monday, February 18th   Time: 12pm-1pm Location: 2 South Conference Room Save the date for next month’s Journal Club on Monday, March 18th, presented by Edwards Surgical Pavilion OR