Archive - March 2019

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Nurse Receives DAISY Award for Excellence
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Join Ramsey Ellis, M.D., on Friday, April 5th, for a Special Presentation on Hand and Wrist Care
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LCMH to Recognize Nurses on Certified Nurses Day: March 19th
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Nurse Manager advocates for others to get Routine Screenings after undergoing Colon Cancer Treatment
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Special Crisis Fund Aids Little Company of Mary Patients in the Fight Against Breast Cancer

Nurse Receives DAISY Award for Excellence

Congratulations to Victoria Golden, RN, Lactation Consultant who recently received the DAISY Award at Little Company of Mary. What is the DAISY Award? The DAISY Award is an international program that rewards and celebrates the extraordinary clinical skill and compassionate care given by nurses every day. Little Company of Mary Hospital is proud to be…

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Join Ramsey Ellis, M.D., on Friday, April 5th, for a Special Presentation on Hand and Wrist Care

On Friday, April 5th, at 1 p.m., Ramsey Ellis, M.D., fellowship-trained hand and wrist surgeon with the Bone & Joint Specialists, will be speaking at the NEW Evergreen Park Community Center ( 3450 West 97th St. Evergreen Park) on hand and wrist care. To register for this free event, send an email to jwittleder@d124.org with…

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LCMH to Recognize Nurses on Certified Nurses Day: March 19th

­ March 19th is Certified Nurses Day, an annual worldwide event dedicated to celebrating board approved certifications as a means to ensure high standards of patient care and to promote continuing excellence in the nursing profession. Certification validates a nurse’s specialty knowledge for practice in a defined functional or clinical area of nursing. Little Company…

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Nurse Manager advocates for others to get Routine Screenings after undergoing Colon Cancer Treatment

March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in men and the third most common cause of cancer death in women. In other words, colorectal cancer is serious. Just ask Mary Grimm, 66, nurse manager at Little Company of Mary…

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Special Crisis Fund Aids Little Company of Mary Patients in the Fight Against Breast Cancer

Two decades ago Beverly Area friends and neighbors organized a walk to help support breast cancer patients and the services needed to treat them. Today, their hard work is showcased not only by the state-of-the-art diagnostic technology found at Little Company of Mary Hospital (LCMH), but also a crisis fund that was developed to help…

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