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Tuesday, January 25, 2022
The host organization of the Sanderson Farms Championship announced a $1.5 million gift to Friends of Children’s Hospital from proceeds of the PGA TOUR event. Topping the $1.45 million gift made last year, the gift will go toward the Campaign for Children’s of Mississippi, the philanthropic drive that made the Kathy and Joe Sanderson Tower possible. Read More
Monday, January 24, 2022
Three national studies that include Children's of Mississippi patients show that children who haven't received the Pfizer vaccine, including ineligible babies and eligible teens, are much more likely to develop severe COVID-19 or MIS-C. The best protection: vaccinating every person in their home who is able. Read More
The year-long pathway to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at UMMC is continuing a trend in high enrollment, with students answering the call for more nurses. The immersive program includes a skills lab in the students’ second week of studies.
Published on Monday, January 24, 2022
More than 1,000 Medical Center COVID-19 patients so far have required care in the ICU, sometimes needing mechanical ventilation so that they can breathe. No matter how grim a prognosis might be, UMMC's critical care team and other specialists exhaust every option to save lives.
UMMC's Office of Well-being works tirelessly to help faculty, staff and students live their best and healthiest lives. The office has secured a prestigious federal grant to expand programs so that anyone in the Medical Center family can get help in coping with the emotional rigors of the pandemic.
Throughout her young life, Elizabeth Wicks has earned her place on extremely short lists of distinction: high school valedictorian, college hall of fame inductee, future physician and more. Now, the medical student at UMMC has made it on one of the shortest lists of all in the area of research, and it has permitted her to work alongside a winner of the Nobel Prize.
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