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CenterView: February 07, 2011

CenterView is published every other week, and is the internal publication of the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC). Content features news of interest for and about Medical Center faculty, staff, and students. Content may be reprinted with appropriate credit.

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From Left, Todd Perry, Bo Sullivan, Cathy Delaney and Jamie Miller
From Left, Todd Perry, Bo Sullivan, Cathy Delaney and Jamie Miller

Original crew members reminisce as AirCare celebrates 15 years

AirCare, UMMC's helicopter transport service, turned 15 this month. The first AirCare helicopter made its maiden flight on Feb. 2, 1996.

Future physical therapists gain experience advocating at Capitol

Physical therapy student Ellen Clarke has a front-row view of state politics, literally. With a senator for a father, she has personally watched the political process unfold from the floor of the Senate chamber.

Taste of the U co-chair honored for providing world-class care for Mississippi's children

Dr. Owen "Bev" Evans may have stepped down as chair of the Department of Pediatrics this month, but he's stepping up to lend his time and talent in another way.

Improved teamwork drives Information Systems to medical mall

As part of the University of Mississippi Medical Center's long-range transition to make more clinical operations available on its main campus, Division of Information Systems staff have relocated to the Jackson Medical Mall That Cochran Center.

HR departments retain customer service focus throughout relocation

Over the last few weeks, the Department of Human Resources at the University of Mississippi Medical Center has come to resemble an old high school buddy: You may not see him as often as you used to, but he's always available whenever you call.

Study indicates Mississippi Protocol effective in treating preeclamptic women

A recently released University of Mississippi Medical Center study of 190 pregnant women with HELLP Syndrome, a severe form of preeclampsia, further underscores the effectiveness of a locally formulated treatment called the Mississippi Protocol.