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Monday, December 6, 2021
Mississippi’s premier wine and food festival returns next May with a new beneficiary: The MIND Center at UMMC. Proceeds from the internationally-sourced Santé South will support world-class research and clinical care for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia in Mississippi. Tickets go on sale Friday, December 10. Read More
Medical Center faculty and staff often are recognized regionally, nationally and internationally for their academic or medical achievements. These accolades place UMMC among health science centers worldwide. Read More
BankPlus brought Santa, Christmas trees, and even snowflakes to patients in the state’s only children’s hospital Wednesday. Small trees and ornaments, books and blankets went with patients to their hospital rooms to brighten the holiday season.
Published on Monday, December 6, 2021
Holiday wish lists for toys and supplies on Amazon and Walmart let Children’s of Mississippi supporters help patients in the state’s only children’s hospital from their computers or cell phones. Online lists, curated by caregivers, include toys for all ages along with personal care items, pajamas and more.
The children’s hospital’s second annual Thanksgiving Parade included carts decorated with turkeys, characters from “Frozen,” Mickey Mouse, superheroes and Christmas trees. Child life team members and UMMC students in medicine and nursing brought greetings and surprises to Children’s of Mississippi patients.
Published on Monday, November 29, 2021
Even Mississippians who seem to be in overall good health can have a hidden heart condition, or may not realize that family history or lifestyle puts them at risk for cardiovascular problems. University Heart cardiologists who see patients at UMMC’s Grants Ferry clinic want everyone – even those with no symptoms – to take advantage of a new screening program so that they can make good decisions about current or future treatment.
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