When we have to facilitate a hospital transfer, we have to shift into high gear. Not only do we have to ensure a safe and smooth patient transition, we have to re-route other facility operations as we shift focus, all while being concerned for our […]
This is a picture of Anita Dorr.I recently learned that it turns out that Anita started out as an OR nurse, became a nursing supervisor, then joined the Army Nurse Corps to care for the injured during World War II. When she returned from […]
I have a confession…I am a car girl. I love cars, especially muscle cars. If I win the lottery, I will buy a 60’s model GTO. My current car isn’t my dream car, but it is a beautiful color blue, and I treat it lovingly. […]
I am sure that many of us were faced with weather challenges recently. Here in the south, we hear the words ice and snow… bread and milk get purchased, gas tanks are filled, woodpiles are checked,and everyone rushes to get home. Similar events occur […]
If you are anything like me, you sighed out loud in hearing about the outbreaks this week at some care facilities linked to potentially contaminated scopes. The word superbug should be only something found in scary movies, yet is unfortunately very real.
I recently had the opportunity to review all the stuff we do at the front desk. It made me realize how important that front desk staff person is to the center. Not only are they the facility gatekeeper, they are the worried caregiver soothers, traffic […]
My mom is a retired teacher. I remember having to go to school in late summer with her so that she could set up her classroom. I loved the anticipation of it all…the fresh chalk, creating bulletin boards, and the new books. It inspired […]