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Vaccinations raise hopes, brighten smiles of UMMC employees

Vaccinations raise hopes, brighten smiles of UMMC employees

COVID-19 vaccination appointments are now available to all UMMC employees and students following last week’s immunizations of employees whose jobs put them at higher risk for contracting the virus. The vaccinations will continue with a few days’ break for Christmas until the Medical Center’s supply runs out.

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UMMC-led study: Children should avoid gatherings, not school

UMMC-led study: Children should avoid gatherings, not school

Social gatherings are putting more Mississippi children at risk than school attendance, according to a study led by UMMC experts in collaboration with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The findings were featured in the CDCP's Morbity and Mortality Weekly Report, the agency’s primary publication for scientific public health info and recommendations.

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EversCare fights increased food insecurity during pandemic

Food supply needs have grown in the Jackson metropolitan area since the advent of COVID-19, according to Victoria Gholar, director of strategic initiatives and resource management in the John D. Bower School of Population Health. Donations to help the EversCare food pantry can be made through UMMC’s Office of Development.

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EversCare fights increased food insecurity during pandemic

Photos: UMMC staff partake in safe holiday celebrations

Photos: UMMC staff partake in safe holiday celebrations

While COVID-19 has changed the way many celebrate the holidays, UMMC faculty, staff and students have worked to brighten the season safely. Festive decorations, food drives, socially distanced parades for Children’s of Mississippi hospital patients and even visits by Ralphie, the Medical Center’s Elf on the Shelf, have brought joy in December.

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Simple steps can ensure holiday gifts bring all joy, no harm

No one wants Christmas travel to be a trip to the Emergency Department. To help make safety is a consideration when buying gifts for children, Elizabeth Foster, manager of Safe Kids Mississippi, says to include safety gear, such as helmets, when putting a bicycle under the tree.

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Simple steps can ensure holiday gifts bring all joy, no harm

Web of Science gives Medicine chair highly cited distinction; MLS student earns national scholarship

Web of Science gives Medicine chair highly cited distinction; MLS student earns national scholarship

A highly regarded information and technology provider for the global scientific research community taps UMMC's Department of Medicine chair for a coveted researcher list, while a national proficiency organization bestows a scholarship upon a junior medical laboratory science student.

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New year rich with virtual Grand Rounds, seminars

Several interesting events are scheduled for the upcoming year at the Medical Center.

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New year rich with virtual Grand Rounds, seminars

Cardiothoracic surgeon, history professor join UMMC faculty

Cardiothoracic surgeon, history professor join UMMC faculty

Medical Center leadership is proud to announce the following additions to its faculty and leadership staff.

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UMMC staff receive service recognition

Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of Dec. 21-27.

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UMMC staff receive service recognition
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