Michael Cook, RN, of Forward Township, a Behavioral Health Unit nurse, will represent Jefferson Regional Medical Center at the 13th Annual Cameos of Caring® Awards Gala on Nov. 5 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh.
The Western Pennsylvania Kidney Support Groups work to bring people in the region together who are on dialysis, are kidney transplant recipients, living donors, or their caregivers, to talk about the common experiences. The group meets on the second Saturday of each month at the James Bibro Pavilion building on the Jefferson Regional Medical Center campus.
Women’s health care concerns are unique and special at each stage of their lives. All too often, because their busy schedules revolve around others – at their jobs and at home with their children, their aging parents and their partners – little time is left to focus on their own well-being.
Revived overdose patients are advised to let medics take them to a hospital emergency room while the effects wear off. If they accept the help, it gives emergency room physicians or hospital staff to talk with them about their addictions and explain resources that can help.
John J. Dempster, president and CEO of Jefferson Regional Medical Center, announced the promotion of Mary Mylo, RN, BSN, MPM, to Associate Quality Executive. She previously was the Director of Performance Improvement at Jefferson Regional.
John J. Dempster, president and CEO of Jefferson Regional Medical Center, announced the appointment of Marcie S. Caplan as Senior Vice President, Physician Strategy and Program Development, with oversight of outpatient centers and responsibility for clinical program growth.