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Monday, May 20, 2019
They promise never to transport a patient this fast and furious: Four or five people, running alongside a gurney, giving it as much a speed as they can muster between start and finish line. That’s how it works during the Medical Center’s annual gurney races, a highlight of this year’s Employee Appreciation Week. One team walks away with the prized Golden Stethoscope, and this year, it was the Tamponade Squad from the Cardiovascular ICU. Read More
Olubusola Hall has overcome challenge after challenge to achieve her dream of becoming a pediatric nurse practitioner and eventually providing medical services to children in her home country of Nigeria, where affordable care for many children is not available. Read More
Brock Whitson has no immediate plans for a career change. The adrenaline-surging excitement that comes from playing a vital role on UMMC’s helicopter transport team is everything he ever hoped for in a career. But he knows he won’t always be able to sustain such a rapid pace. To prepare for that future, Whitson will receive his MHS from the School of Health Related Professions during Commencement 2019.
Published on Monday, May 20, 2019
When hospitals and emergency responders in east-central Mississippi needed help coping with patients suffering from multiple traumas, the Medical Center did more than offer its expertise. It made the decision a decade ago this month to bring critical care directly to the patient by establishing a Meridian base for AirCare, the state’s most sophisticated medical helicopter transport.
Edgar Meyer has made a serious impact across the UMMC campus through his leadership on the Associated Student Body, his faith-derived sense of service and his efforts in the classroom and lab as a student in the School of Graduate Studies in the Health Science’s Ph.D. program in clinical anatomy.
Published on Thursday, May 16, 2019
Throughout her young life, Denise Powell has been fortunate to work, or hang out, with celebrities who make the news and celebrities who report it. But the medical school graduate says her real privilege as a physician will be working with the less fortunate and the unknown.
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