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Monday, November 11, 2019
When family members make the often difficult decision to donate their loved one's organs, they are helping to create heroes. Their loved ones are recognized on the Wall of Heroes, a sacred place at the Medical Center for the photographs of donors of all ages. Read More
Some therapies and new drugs may put cancer patients at greater risk of heart problems. The cardio-oncology program at UMMC works with patients who enter cancer care with cardiac risk or conditions, as well as those who receive cancer therapies that may increase their risk of heart issues. Read More
After suffering a spinal injury in a car accident, Summer Jefferson, a biochemistry major at the University of Mississippi, was determined to return to Ole Miss for her senior year. It seemed an unlikely goal – until a unique arrangement was formed with students in the Accelerated B.S.N. Program in Oxford.
Published on Thursday, November 7, 2019
UMMC’s first new school in 15 years played host to a ribbon cutting and open house Tuesday. John D. Bower School of Population Health faculty and staff welcomed guests to tour the school's space in the Translational Research Center.
Ten years ago, UMMC recognized its first exceptional frontline caregiver with the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. Since then, 121 nurses have earned the coveted daisy pin to place on their name badges. Last Friday, UMMC broadened its participation in the national DAISY program by presenting the Medical Center’s first DAISY Nurse Leader Award.
Published on Monday, November 4, 2019
Every day at the Medical Center, patients with pulmonary disease, asthma, sleep apnea and other respiratory maladies depend on medical professionals like Kimberly Carter and Trina Dobson for their care. In tribute to their vital work as respiratory therapists, UMMC recently recognized Carter and Dobson as the first recipients of the PHIL Award.
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