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Staff at First Port City Bank donates Picnic Tables for Hospital Week

Thank you to the staff of First Port City Bank for the generous donation of 3 picnic tables for Hospital Week! This is a wonderful addition our employees and Manor residents will enjoy using throughout the year! We appreciate your support and partnership! We also want to thank the students in Greg Harrell’s construction class for building these and bringing them to us! You guys do a wonderful job and we are blessed to have such talent in our community!

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Daisy Award Winner – Hannah Bius – 1st Qtr 2024

We want to start Nurses Week off with celebrating Hannah Bius as our Daisy Award winner for the 1st qtr 2024!! Here is what the patient that nominated her had to say: As for many people, no one likes to get sick, let alone have to go to the ER. On this particular day I had symptoms that caused me to visit the Emergency Department. The nurses came along to assist and take care of me, but my appointed nurse, Hannah, was not only very skilled in her job, but she was also very sweet, pleasant, caring, and thoughtful. She made sure all of my needs were met and her voice made me know that she truly cared. She explained every procedure she was about to do and every medicine she was going to give. She found ways to make me comfortable and ensured all the procedures needed for my diagnosis were performed. While my visit was somewhat unpleasant because of the pain, it was also pleasant and memorable all because my nurse Hannah Bius paid attention to detail, cared for me, but most of all, she cared ABOUT me and my health. Thank you nurse Hannah Bius!
Thank you so much Hannah for being such an amazing nurse! We are grateful to have you on our team!
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Labor and Delivery Dept receives ALPHA Award

Our Labor and Delivery Department was recognized with the ALPHA Award at the GaPQC (Georgia Perinatal Quality Collaborative) annual Conference held in April at the Emory Conference Center. Recipients of this award have showcased a steadfast commitment to data transparency and accountability ensuring that critical information is accurately documented and reported. By consistently adhering to data submission requirements, our facility is playing a pivotal role in facilitating evidence-based decision making and driving continuous improvement efforts with the healthcare community. Memorial Hospital & Manor’s Labor and Delivery unit has participated in the Georgia Perinatal Quality Collaborative since 2018; working on initiatives to help decrease Maternal Mortality & Morbidity in the state. Congratulations to everyone on our L&D Team!

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Employee of the Month – Jamie Williams – April 2024

We would like to congratulate Jamie Williams as our April Employee of the Month! The patient that nominated Jamie had this to say about him: “Jamie Williams is special! He is always upbeat and positive. I enjoy having physical therapy with him because he makes it fun.” Jamie’s supervisor had this to say about him as well: “Beyond his excellence in patient care as a PTA, Jamie is a steward of MHM for the health and well-being of all his patients. He’s a patient advocate and has become an exceptional liaison for his patients and families with the rest of the interdisciplinary health care team. He has brought attention to patients’ signs and symptoms of new issues for further exam as he looks at his patient as a whole person and not just the ‘part’ that he’s treating which is necessary in successful rehabilitation.”
Thank you Jamie Williams for being such an important asset to your team and our hospital!
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Wound Care Center – Winner of two Awards

Physicians, leaders and clinicians at Memorial Hospital and Manor are proud to announce that the Center for Advanced Wound Healing has been awarded the prestigious Robert A. Warriner III, M.D., Clinical Excellence Award by Healogics, the nation’s largest provider of advanced wound care services. This Center has scored in the top 10 percent of eligible Healogics® Wound Care Centers® on the Clinical Excellence measure, which is the Comprehensive Healing Rate weighted by wound mix. This award is named for Dr. Robert A. Warriner III, a pioneer in wound care and the former Chief Medical Officer for Healogics.
Memorial Hospital and Manor is proud to announce that the Center for Advanced Wound Healing has also earned the Center of Distinction Award, making this center a 3 consecutive year recipient of this honor. Center of Distinction is achieved by showing outstanding clinical outcomes for twelve consecutive months, including a patient satisfaction rate higher than 92 percent. This recognition is a testament to the exceptional care and dedication demonstrated by the Center’s physicians, leaders, and clinicians.
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Employee of the Month – Trina Ross – March 2024

We want to congratulate Trina Ross as our March Employee of the Month! Trina is our Office Lead in Memorial Pediatrics . The following is what the person who nominated her had to say . “Trina has been and is a reliable, dedicated and knowledgeable employee. She always presents with a smile and does not hesitate to go out of her way to assist others. Her stance seems to be “whatever it takes” to make sure patients and fellow employees get the desired results and outcome. If there is a crisis in the department or with a patient her ability to draw from her vast experience is always comforting. She provides the oil to make things run smoothly in pediatrics.”
Thank you so much Trina for everything you do for your team and our patients!
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Summer Shadow Program

This summer your 14+ child that is enrolled in middle or high school can come shadow with us! Please call 243-6161 and speak with Deborah Brown for questions and get registered! We are excited to mentor the next generation in healthcare!

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Toy Drive sponsored by local Motorcycle Club

On Saturday April 6th, 2024 MHM’s Emergency Department was blessed by the Remaining Few Motorcycle Club based out of Bainbridge. Amanda Ashton organized this toy run in memory of her daughter, Audrey Lynn Finuff, who passed away in a tragic accident several years ago. This is the 4th Annual toy run they have had. The toys donated are for sick pediatric patients that come through our facility or the children of patients that that may need a comfort item. They had an amazing turn out and we are greatly appreciative of them selecting us as the recipient this year of their donations.

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Fashion for a Cause supporting MHM

We would like to thank 229 Gifts on the Square for sponsoring this Spring’s Fashion for a Cause event, for which they choose our hospital to benefit from the proceeds. $4,200 was raised and donated toward the purchase of a Panda Infant Warmer for our Labor and Delivery Department. Thank you so much for being such a great community partner and a special thanks for the hard work put in by Renee Fisher and Suzi Kraft! We appreciate you and all the wonderful ladies that were models in the show. For the article covered in the paper please visit: https://link.zixcentral.com/u/8d4e7e67/Vv9Pv5ny7hGXw_nMKXgf9A?u=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.thepostsearchlight.com%2F2024%2F03%2F27%2F229-gifts-raises-money-for-hospital-with-fashion-for-a-cause%2F

 

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Stephen Gambrell – Assistant Administrator, Clinical and Support Services

Please welcome Stephen Gambrell, our new Assistant Administrator, to the community! Stephen is taking on the role previously held by Lee Harris. He has over 10 years of experience in hospital management and we are excited for the knowledge and vision he brings with him for our furthering our services to the community! Please say hello when you see him out and about!