By providing a neonatologist, a hospitalist and a nurse manager for the Level II NICU at Delta Health-The Medical Center in Greenville, UMMC is helping critically ill babies in the Delta region get the best possible start.
Just when you think you've got the principles of mask-wearing down, or a plan for what over-the-counter medications you should take to ease symptoms of COVID-19, the rules seem to change. Conflicting information about the pandemic can result from too many sources spouting incorrect information and the need for science to catch up with an evolving virus.
Kaye Flanagin not only looks out for patients, but those who care for them. As nurse manager of the adult nursing float pool, she deploys nurses to fill staffing needs resulting from call-ins, employees on leave or staff openings. It's a challenging job, especially in a pandemic, but Flanagin says she is grateful for the opportunity to serve.
While the COVID-19 pandemic was bearing down on the Medical Center, members of UMMC's Information Systems team were putting the finishing touches on a telephone system conversion that allowed hundreds of faculty and staff to work from home. The new software also greatly improved the reliability of the institution's internal communications system.
Several interesting events are scheduled for the upcoming week at the Medical Center.
Medical Center leadership is proud to announce the following addition to its faculty and leadership staff.
Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of Dec. 7-13.