CenterView: June 14, 2010
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UMHC RNs, from left, Susie Bell of Batson Critical Care Transport, Phillip Grisham of 2 North and Mignon Banks of Labor and Delivery
The nursing shortage that was part of life at the Medical Center for so many decades has quietly and without much fanfare dissolved. The nursing turnover rate at University of Mississippi Health Care (UMHC) is 6.8 percent, down from 22 percent in 2006-07.
The ZIP code may have changed but the expertise remains the same at University Physicians-Women's Specialty Care in Flowood. Last month, women's specialty services - including maternal-fetal medicine, pediatric gynecology, urogynecology and gynecologic oncology - moved to the Mirror Lake building off Lakeland Drive.
Dr. Trey Sutton says it was a longtime friend and mentor who encouraged him to become a dentist, and once Sutton earned his degree, that same mentor hired him to be a partner in his Gulfport practice.
Every four years, Jackson assumes center stage in the world of fine arts when it hosts the USA International Ballet Competition. And volunteers from the University of Mississippi Medical Center have played an integral role in maintaining the dance festival's reputation for outstanding hospitality.
In return for a seven-year residency in orthopedic surgery during which he earned a Ph.D., Dr. Arun Aneja figures he's earning a chance to help millions of people.
Dr. Rebecca Waterer, associate professor of medicine, helps Matt Miller, M3, don his new white coat during the second Jeanette Pullen Chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society Student Clinician Ceremony June 7 at the Norman C. Nelson Student Union. The ceremony, sponsored by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation, marks the transition of medical students from the classroom to the clinical years.