Graduates completed nine months of learning focused on critical thinking, patient safety, resource utilization, communication and teamwork, evidence-based practice, and professional development.
We're proud to honor the many veterans within our Methodist Family with a special Honor Roll posted on Employee Connections, Honor Roll lists on display in Methodist hospital chapels and posters in Methodist cafeterias.
Luke Kelseth, a noninvasive cardiovascular coordinator in the Central Telemetry Department, is November's Methodist Hospital Employee of the Month
The Good Catch Award is designed to recognize staff members committed to patient safety.
“Every single person I interacted with made me feel like their one and only patient,” said patient Staci Raddish, who nominated the unit for the award.
Kara Zirpel, service secretary on the OB/GYN unit, is the Methodist Women’s Hospital Employee of the Quarter for the fourth quarter of 2019.
Methodist now has over 220 AgeWISE nurses infusing geropalliative care nursing principles throughout its hospitals.
Michelle Simon, a physical therapist in the inpatient physical therapy department at Methodist Hospital, and Melissa Feldhacker, nurse coordinator on the mother/baby unit at Methodist Women’s Hospital, are the 2019 Caring Kind award winners.
It was the Fourth of July. Progressive care nurse Chelsea Clarke, BSN, RN, was looking forward to an evening of fun and fireworks following her 12-hour shift.
She treats all of her patients the same – like family. But geriatric and emergency nurse Jessica Lock, BSN, RN-BC, is especially drawn to the elderly.
Enjoy stories of Methodist's outstanding care and medical innovation in The Meaning of Care Magazine.
Congratulations go to Methodist staff members who recently completed educational degrees.
“It’s not often that an operating room nurse endures the vulnerable position of becoming a surgical patient,” wrote Angela Knigge, BSN, RN. But Knigge, an operating room (OR) nurse at Methodist Hospital, did become such a patient.
The Methodist Health System Marketing Department was recently honored with 18 awards in two national competitions, including top honors for The Meaning of Care Magazine.
The Hidden Halos Program enables grateful patients and their family members to recognize exceptional caregivers at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital.