Children’s of Mississippi’s pediatric intensive care unit is the only one in the state – and one of 33 across the country – with the AACN’s Beacon Award status. The honor recognizes excellence in patient care as well as work environment and the nursing workforce.
Josi Johnson, queen of the Mid-South Little Britches Rodeo Association, was at home visiting Children’s of Mississippi patients Friday since she’s grown up with care at the state’s only children’s hospital. Born with the genetic condition Stickler Syndrome, the Decatur native is a barrel-racer and a freshman at East Central Community College.
For as long as she could, Gabrielle “Gabi” Morris kept her secret from almost everyone. The secret has a name – and when she learned it, she saw nothing ahead of her but a life of embarrassment and anger. Instead, it gave her a purpose and set her on a personal journey toward a destination she has reached at last.
October is the gateway to cold and sinus season for many Mississippians. An FDA panel recently admitted the most readily-available decongestant might not work for all, leaving experts to advise caution for those stuffy noses and heads.
Several interesting events are scheduled for the upcoming week at the Medical Center.
Medical Center leadership is proud to announce the following additions to its faculty and leadership staff.
Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of October 16 - 22.